The Ultimate Guide To Lash Bath

As a lash artist, you know that creating stunning lash extensions is an art form. However, it’s not just about applying lashes; it’s also about ensuring they stay beautiful and long-lasting. That’s where the “lash bath” comes into play. In this guide, we’ll break down the basics of lash baths in simple terms, explaining why they matter and how to incorporate them into your lash extension practice.



A lash bath is like a spa day for lash extensions. It’s a gentle and effective way to clean and care for lash extensions. You use a special lash cleanser, a soft brush, and a gentle touch to get rid of dirt, oils, makeup, and other things that can be collected on lashes. Lash baths help keep the lashes looking great and can even make them last longer.

A lash artist is pumping foam on client's lash extensions
A lash artist is cleansing client’s lash extensions


Lash baths are super important, and here’s why:


Longer-lasting lashes: Lash baths stop stuff like oils and makeup from building up on the lashes. When that happens, the lash extensions can stay in place longer. That means fewer trips for touch-ups!


Healthy lashes: Keeping lashes clean is a must for lash health. Lash baths prevent problems like eye infections and lash mites by making sure nothing icky sticks around.


No more discomfort: After a lash bath, clients usually feel more comfortable and less itchy. That’s because there’s nothing irritating their lashes.


Loyal clients: Going the extra mile by offering lash baths can help you stand out in the beauty world. Happy clients who get great care are more likely to come back and tell their friends.



Doing a lash bath is easy, and you can even teach your clients how to do it at home:

Step by step process of  washing lashes
Step-by-step lash bath process

Get our stuff: First, you need the right supplies: lash cleanser, a soft brush or wand, and a clean, soft cloth or pad.


Prep the lashes: Make sure your client’s face and lashes are clean and free from makeup. You want to start with a fresh slate.


Use lash cleanser: Put a tiny bit of lash cleanser on the brush or wand. Gently work it into the lashes while your client keeps their eyes closed.


Clean the lashes: Use gentle, downward strokes to clean the lashes from the base to the tips. Be super careful and don’t scrub too hard; you don’t want to damage the lashes.


Rinse and dry: After cleaning, rinse the lashes with lukewarm water to get rid of any leftover cleanser. Then pat the lashes dry with the soft cloth or pad.


Brush and style: Gently brush the lashes to make sure they look perfect. You can use a clean lash brush or a mascara wand for this.



Choosing the right lash cleanser is super important for a great lash bath. Look for a cleanser that’s made just for lash extensions. These cleansers are gentle on the lashes but tough on dirt. When you teach your clients how to take care of their lashes at home, suggest a good lash cleanser to help them keep their lashes in top shape.

A common kit often used to wash lashes
A common kit often used in lash bath

By adding lash baths to your lash services and teaching your clients about them, you show that you’re a pro who cares about their lashes. It’s all about making your clients happy and keeping them coming back for more.