Problems with retention? One of the most common reasons for bad retention is dirty lashes! Whether it's how YOU clean your natural lashes prior to application or how you take care of your extensions after.
If you want your lashes to last longer, natural lashes need to be absolutely free from any traces of oils, sebum, dust or make-up before you begin the lash application.
If any make-up or oils remain on the natural lashes, retention will be.
- Lash Shampoo perfectly cleans oil, sebum, make-up and dust from the lashes, and antibacterial Tea Tree extract prevents infections and conditions like styes or blepharitis.
HOW TO USE
Apply 2 pumps to each eye and gently work the foam into the lashes with a brush or fingers using a downward motion. Rinse off any residue with clean water. Do not use heat to dry them. Allow to air dry
Ammonium Lauryl ether Sulfate, Disodium EDTA Disodium cocoamphodiacetate, Glycerin Phenoxyethanol, CAB-35 CocaMidopropyl Betaine, Water.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Keep out of reach of children. In case of product running into the eyes, rinse thoroughly with clean water.
I use this religiously for removing the lash oil in between sets. Nice clean slate.
I used this on my diy lash extensions and they didn’t fall off. Easy to use and super soft brush.
I loved the lashes so much but the shampoo burned and the bond clumped up pretty bad making it hard to use but was some dang good bond. I want to try another bond again maybe it was a bad one idk yet but I’ll definitely get more lashes. The seal was great.