Oil-based products can give you fantastic skin but are the worst enemy of your eyelash extensions Is there anything more frustrating than realizing your client has clumping and build-up on their lashes? And the worst part… you know this is a result of a poor cleansing routine and exposure to oil-based products. The truth is that clients want to be able to use their oil-based skincare products around their eyes, even though it's wreaking havoc on their extensions. It is a struggle to convince them to give up oil-based skincare for the sake of their lashes, and why should they HAVE to choose? Fortunately, there is a solution. First, let's understand what oil does to eyelash...
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As many of us know, keeping your eyelash extensions clean not only extends their lifespan but also increases hygiene of the eye area and reduced chances of infection. We also know that oils contribute to the premature breakdown of eyelash extension glue. This is where Prolong Lash Cleanser really shines, a truly Oil Free product specifically designed to be used with eyelash extensions.
Have you ever applied a pristine set of eyelash extensions (we are talking crème de la crème) only to find your client walking into their next appointment with a set of spider legs attached to their eyelids?