I am debating Wether to do this but as I am mobile and only work weekends and evenings I feel like it would take up a lot of my time if they were to then cancel the appointment. Would you recommend taking a booking fee?By rights as the adhesive is not suppose to touch the skin when performing the treatment really there is no point in blob of glue behind the ear as you might get a false reaction. Attaching couple of lashes to outer lash line and swipe the lash with any primers, sealants or removers you may use is a better way of patch testing.
I have spoken to my insurer and they have said I have to follow manufacturers instructions, but I can't find any on the InternetIt all comes down to what your insurance wants. If you don't patch test then 99.9% of insurers won't cover you for a claim (which is dangerous). So my advice would be check with your beauty insurer