I’m currently enrolled in online theory and will be going to another state to do my practical training starting in July. Before I decided to undergo electrolysis myself, I admit to being an addicted tweezer. I’ve not tweezed a chin hair since December 2016!
WTH does this have to do with the subject line? Well, I’m a 45 yo lady and am just getting to the bifocal stage of life. When I tweezed, I used two different mirrors. The 3x always ticked me off, I couldn’t see well enough. The 10x was better for the most part.
I’m seeing loupes that are all 3.5x and I’m very worried that this isn’t enough. I DO wear contacts every day (power of 7.75 I think negative 7.75) and absolutely can’t see without them. I really want to start off right at practical and not try out all the mag lamps they have.
I read on an older thread that working distance of 330mm is the “norm” for electrologists.
Any advice for the wannabe in training?