MELAO Eyelash Extension Cleanser Lash Shampoo T301
Quantity: 1 Bottle.
Net Weight: 1.69 fl.oz./ 50ml.
Shelf Life: 24 months.
1. Deeply cleansing:
This natural lash extensions has been formulated specially to remove eyelashes and eye area stains before grafting. Gently rinses away the eyelash grease and cosmetic residue; maintain the adhesion works.
2. Home & Salon use:
The lash cleanser effectively removes oil and dirt build-up on lashes, lid margins, and under-eye area, while at the same time nourishing and revitalizing the lashes and delicate skin around the eyes. Not only will your lashes look like new, but the skin around your eyes will, too.
3. Easy to use:
Apply one pump of shampoo onto the provided cleansing brush, then wipe the eyelid gently until all makeup, dirt, oil, and debris are cleansed away. Rinse the lashes and eyelid with clean water then repeat on the other eye.
Sensitive skin available.
How to use:
1. Shake cleanser for natural eyelash extensions well each time before dispensing.
2. Dispense 1-2 pumps onto the head of the brush. Gently pat cleanser evenly along the lash line.
3. Rinse eyes thoroughly with water to remove any excess residue from your lash extensions.
1. For external use in the eye area only.
2. Don’t use on extensions earlier than 24 hrs after the service.
3. Don’t rub or pull extensions.
4. Don’t use on broken skin.
5. In case of personal sensitivity rinse with water and discontinue use.
6. Keep out of reach of children.
1. How do you clean eyelash extension cleanser?
If you’re looking for the best way to clean eyelash extensions then keep following along.
You should be cleaning your eyelash extensions every other day at least, the most ideal time to cleanse your eyelash extensions is actually at night after you have finished removing your makeup.
2. A helpful tip:
Be careful when you remove your makeup if you have lash extension cleanser. It is best not to use makeup wipes or any material that can tug at your lashes.
Oil-free makeup remover applied by your finger and then gently rubbed off with a damp cloth is a damage-free method of taking off eye makeup.
Regardless of what solution you end up using to cleanse your eyelashes, do not use a cotton swab or any fibrous material to apply the solution to your lashes.
This will leave behind residue and tug at your lashes, potentially creating fallout and damage. Instead, use your clean fingers or a spool/special lash brush to work the solution onto your eyelashes.
3. The most common type：
The most common type of extensions is either synthetic, silk, or mink. These extensions are available in a variety of sizes, from 6mm all the way up to 17mm.
Extensions also vary by curl type, including J, B, CC, D, L, and L+. L+ is the most extreme curl type and J is considered the most natural.
Be aware that curl types and lash material types are not one size fits all. Depending on a person’s particular natural curl pattern and length, a particular look may work for one person but not another.
Another thing to consider is whether you’ll have to tint your natural eyelashes to blend with the extensions. This is good to think about as a tint often helps extensions blend much more.