Lash Extension Intake Form

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Offering eyelash extensions in your business? Great! To provide the best possible service, you'll need to have an intake form for new clients.

This document will gather important details about your client's medical history and allergies, as well as contact information and current medications.

In this guide, we'll walk you through what should be included in your lash extension intake form.

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What is Lash Extension Intake Form?

This form is critical to the success of your eyelash extension. It allows you to document important information about your client's health as well as their contact information.

The form provides a way for you to collect information about your client's: Allergies (including contact allergies), health conditions, medications (including over-the-counter and herbal supplements) and previous lash extension experience.

Not only does this information allow you to provide a safer and more successful lash extension service, but it also builds trust and confidence with your clients. They'll know that you're taking their safety and comfort seriously.

What to Include in the Eyelash Extension Services Form

There are a few key pieces of information that you'll need to gather from your client in order to provide the best possible service. This includes:

Background Information

These are the basic questions that you should ask every client. This will help you get to know them better and understand their needs.

  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Mailing Address

Use this information to stay in touch with your client and update them on specials, new services, etc.

Medical History

In order to provide the safest possible service, you'll need to know about any medical conditions that could affect the health of the natural lash. This includes:

  • Allergies (including contact allergies)
  • Eye diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Lashes growth serums/Latisse use
  • Recent lash surgery
  • Recent eye surgery
  • Asthma
  • Respiratory (breathing) problems

The importance of having this information cannot be overstated. If your client has any of the above conditions, you'll need to take special precautions to ensure that their natural eyelashes are not damaged during the lash extension process.

Current medications and supplements

Some medications and supplements can have an effect on the health of the natural lash.

It's important to be aware of any medications or supplements that your client is taking so that you can take the necessary precautions. This includes:

  • Accutane
  • Retinoids
  • Antibiotics
  • Contraceptives
  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Vitamin A
  • Biotin
  • Ginseng
  • Gingko Biloba
  • Vitamin E
  • Fish Oil
  • Keratin supplements
  • Latisse

It's also important to note that some of these medications and supplements can cause lash shedding, eye irritation, eye pain, discomfort, and in rare cases, loss of vision when improperly handled.

If your client is taking any of these medications or supplements, you may need to adjust the frequency of their lash extension appointments.

Miscellaneous information

In addition to the above information, you'll also want to ask your client about their lash extension preferences. This includes:

  • Extensions style.
  • Eyelash extensions length.
  • Lash extensions thickness.
  • Lash extension curl.
  • Desired lash line shape.
  • Lash retention test permission.

By asking these questions, you'll be able to provide your client with the lash extension style that they desire.

Consent Form for New Clients

In order to provide the best possible service, you'll need to have a consent form for new clients.

A consent form is a document that outlines the terms and conditions of the lash extension service.

It also contains important information about the risks and possible side effects of the lash extension service.

The consent form should be signed by both the stylist and the client prior to the start of the extension service.

The consent form should include the following:

  • An explanation of the lash extension service.
  • A list of the products that will be used during the lash extension service.
  • A list of the possible risks and side effects of the lash extension service.
  • Electronic signature (both client and stylist should sign).

If you are dealing with a minor, consent to the treatment of minor children must be given by their parent or legal guardian.

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Summary on Eyelash Extensions Form

So there you have it - everything you need to know about eyelash extension intake forms.

Be sure to include all of the necessary information on your form so that you can provide the best possible service to your clients.

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