- Extra Strong formula ensures reliable hold until clients call for their next infill
- Instant setting for efficient lashing and optimum time for a set
- Thin consistence for quick setting and minimum glue usage for serving more clients
- Packaging and logistics for maximum freshness and performance up to its best
- Works well both for classic sets and volume fans
Basic Best Use Practices– Prep
Every professional knows that there are so many aspects important for great results, and ultimately, for client satisfaction. Like any adhesive, lash glue likes when the surface is shiny clean. That is why prep is so crucial for retention.
Remove mascara and make-up or have your client wash her face and lashes using a special lash cleanser, Shampoo, specially designed for cleansing and aftercare, or your preferred wash.
Choose extensions type wisely not to overload natural lashes and have enough contact area for good hold.
Basic Best Use Practices– Lashing
Mastering lashing takes much training and practice. Here are just a couple of basic things to keep in mind:
- Make sure your humidity and temperature are within the range (RH 50-70%, 70-74F)
- Shake the bottle well for 30-60 sec. before use and a little between the drops. Change the drop every 20-30 minutes as practicable
- Use right amount of glue. This adhesive has low viscosity, and pulling extension out slowly should produce about right amount, with a very tiny bead if at all. Do not swipe.
Basic Best Use Practices– Safety
Adhesives used for eyelash extensions have very strong formulas for long retention, hence require caution and skill.
- For professional use only. NEVER use for self-application
- Apply lashes in a well-ventilated room. The client’s eyes must be tightly closed all the time. Prevent contact with eyes or skin. Place extensions at least 0.5-1.0 mm from the lid.
- Do a patch test prior to full service to avoid individual sensitivity