What to do if Liquids entering the eye?
Primer, glue or remover entering the eye can be very painful for the client. It calls for quick but calm
action. The eyes have to be washed thoroughly with water and then once again with saline solution. If
the irritation has not subsided for the most past then consult a doctor.
Although this is one of those mistakes that do not occur too often in reality, the client needs to be
made aware of it prior to application. She then knows that if it does happen, it will be very painful for
sure, but her eyes will not get permanently damaged, or endure lasting harm.