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#11 Lash Extension Primer vs. Protein Remover

Understanding Your Lash Care Essentials

 

Taking care of your lash extensions might seem a bit tricky, just like skincare routines. If you're new to the world of lash extensions, you might have heard about lash extension primer and lash protein remover, and you're probably wondering what they are and why they matter. Don't worry, we're here to break it down for you!

  1. Lash Extension Primer:
    Imagine you've used cream remover and lash shampoo to clean your lash extensions, but there's still some leftover stuff. This is where  Lash Extension Primer comes to the rescue. It's like a special cleaner that makes sure your lashes are super clean.


Our Lash Extension Primer is designed to get rid of the glue leftover from your old extensions. It also helps to remove makeup, oil, and dirt that regular cleaning might not completely get rid of. But there's a thing – our primer has alcohol, which can make your lashes a bit dry. When your lashes are dry, it affects how the new lash glue sticks. If it's too dry, the glue might not work well, and your lashes could feel sticky or even cause allergies. That's where Lash Protein Remover comes in!

Using Lash Extension Primer  needs to be careful because you don't want it to get in your eyes. You use micro swabs to spread it on your lashes and clean them. It's a bit tricky to use, so it's better to let the experts handle it.

  1. Lash Protein Remover:
    After you've cleaned your lashes with the lash cleanser, you use Lash Protein Remover It's like an extra cleaning step, but what's really cool is that it's like giving your lashes a drink of water. See, the cleanser can make your lashes a bit dry, but the Lash Protein Remover fixes that. It's like magic water that helps the lash glue dry faster, making sure the extensions stick well and stay put for a long time.

    But don't go overboard with the Lash Protein Remover! If there's too much, it could get into your eyes. And remember, your lashes should be completely dry before you put on the new extensions.

So, What's the Difference?


The big difference between these two is what they're made of and what they do.

- Lash Lash Extension Primer has alcohol and helps to deep clean your lashes.
- Lash Lash Protein Remover is water-based and adds moisture back to your lashes after they've been cleaned.

Both are important because they do different jobs – one gets your lashes super clean, and the other makes sure the new lashes stick really well.
In a Nutshell:
Taking care of your lashes might seem like a puzzle, but the more you learn, the better your lashes will look. Finding the right products, like lash extension primer and protein remover, can make a big difference. It's like finding the perfect pieces to complete a beautiful picture.

So, whether you're just starting with lash extensions or you're a pro, remember that these steps might seem a bit complicated, but they're totally worth it for those amazing lashes!

 

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