Perfect for prolonging the life of your Lash Adhesives and Lash Remover, keeping them airtight.
Simply press and hold the button to seal the container as you place the lid on and then press and hold the button again to easily remove the lid.
Comes with a Silica Gel sachet to absorb moisture inside the container.
Wash before use.
Store our Lash Fix Eyelash Extension Glues in a cool, dark, dry area, always keeping the nozzle clean. Storing your lash adhesive in an airtight container sitting in silica can be a great way to keep your glue from being affected by things such as unwanted temperature and humidity changes. The main ingredient in the adhesive (cyanoacrylate), does not last long once opened. For lashes to last for your clients and keep a happy, regular clientele coming back regularly, fresh glue is most important. It will cost more to lose clients over trying to stretch out the time with a glue adhesive. Using glue that is not fresh will also be time wasted as a lash stylist when clients are coming back for refills with not many lashes left.
Humidity and room temperature is another huge thing to watch while doing lash applications. All lash glue will work best in a room with 40-50% humidity (this can be monitored with a hygrometer). Room temperature is best to sit at about 20-22 degrees. Air humidifiers can be purchased if you are struggling with this in your work environment.
Allergies and reactions will always vary between clients. It is important to be able to assess whether a client is allergic and needing immediate removal or just a mild reaction which could have been caused by other factors before jumping straight to the conclusion it has been caused by the glue.
Some other factors than can cause irritation after a lash appointment;
Was too much glue used during the application? A lot of lash stylists can overuse glue if lashes feel they are not sticking properly which could be due to humidity or glue that is not fresh.
Were the eye pad and the tape applied correctly? If not things like bruising and fumes irritating the eye can be mistaken for allergies.
Were the lashes cleansed properly? Products not rinsed properly can get into the eye and be very uncomfortable for the client.
Were the lashes placed too close to the eyelid? Sometimes lashes can even be touching the eyelid which will cause discomfort long after the lash appointment.
Have any fibres from tape been stuck in the lashes which are scratching the eye?