£3.24 per 10ml
Beautycard Points: 2 points
Strip Lash adhesive
A long lasting lash adhesive, use with all strip lashes. Latex based formulation dries clear.
Note: If adhesive enters the eye, rinse thoroughly with cool running water for at least 10 minutes, holding the eyelids open with the fore fingers. If after cleansing the eyeball and eyelids any irritation persists, seek medical attention.
Adhesive Ingredients: Rubber Latex, Aqua (Water, Eau), Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol, C9-11 Pareth-8, Sodium Salicylate, Methylparaben, Disodium Edta, Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Propylparaben.
Size (8.5) Unit (ML) Height (7) Width (5.2) Depth (2.5)
How to Use
Lashes should be applied when make up is complete and lashes have been given one or two coats of mascara. Make sure your own lashes are separate, use a lash comb if necessary.
Check fit: Carefully remove the lashes from the tray and check length against your eye. Lashes should begin a little from the inside corner of the eye and not extend beyond the outside corner. If
too wide trim lashes one or two at a time from the outside edge until fit is perfect.
Apply Lash Adhesive: Place the eyelash back on the tray. Apply a line of Lash adhesive to the lash band and wait at least 30 seconds until the Lash adhesive is a little gummy. Lash adhesive won't irritate your eyes, but keep the applicator away from the eye itself. Lashfix dries clear.
Fixing the Lash: Look down into a mirror and hold lash as closely as possible to the natural lash line. Eylure lashes fix to the skin just above your natural lashes, not to them. Press gently across the entire lash holding at the ends for a few seconds. Additional make-up can be applied if required.
Removal: Hold Eylure lash at outside edge and gently peel off - it won't hurt. Always remove lashes
before sleeping. Caring for your Lashes: Remove any glue with tweezers or fingers. Replace lashes on the lash tray ready to re-apply with fresh lash adhesive. Careful use and storage of Eylure lashes will mean they can be used again and again.