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The difference between lash pots and no logo-trays

The key distinction is in the ease of use. In Australia, eyelash extensions have been available since 1999, and initially, the sole packaging option was a pot. Many thousands of individual lash extensions were crammed into each container. After carefully selecting each one with tweezers, they were placed on a silicon pad or fluffy puff. The lash extensions were then individually picked up and attached to the client's existing lashes.

Having to carefully position each NO-LOGO TRAYS on the pad, however, made this a tedious and time-consuming task. After it was positioned appropriately, the tweezers could pick it up and apply it.

In order to hasten the procedure, lash artists and manufacturers eventually came up with lash trays.

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About lash trays

Lashes trays are used to apply adhesive strips to the same silk eyelash extensions that were previously sold in pots. As they were all standing and tilted properly, they were much simpler to pick up.

All the same, the eyelash extensions are still shown as separate strands that are arranged closely next to one another on the eyelid. However, the time required for lash applications was nearly cut in half due to their ability to stand upright at the proper angle for pick up.

As a result, you may forget about twisting your NO-LOGO TRAYS lashes into position. Now that we have these lash trays, applying eyelash extensions is a breeze.


However, the ease of lash trays does not come without a price. Half as many lash extensions can be applied using a lash tray as can be applied with a lash pot of the same price.

Using lash pots is a more lucrative choice for providing lash treatments, but only if you can learn the pickup, shuffle, and placement that comes with them. A tray, on the other hand, is the way to go if speed and ease of use are priorities.