APPLICATION TIPS AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
- When you are ready to wear your lash gently remove the tray from the box (do not discard plastic tray lid as this will keep your lashes safe between uses.
- Using your fingers or tweezers gently remove the lashes from the tray. As our lashes have been delicately hand made to deliver the most natural look it is important that you be very gentle when removing them from the tray to avoid damage. We use a small amount of adhesive to attach the lash to the tray for safe transport and storage. This glue may be removed at your discretion.
- To avoid damage and extend the life of your lashes only apply lash adhesive to the band of the lash. Avoid getting any glue on the lash fibers as later removal can be damaging to the lash
- Prior to removing your lashes apply a small amount of make up remover to a cotton pad and apply it to the lash band for 10 seconds. This will soften the lash adhesive making it much easier to remove the lashes without damaging them. Remove your lashes gently with fingers.
- To store your lashes between uses clean off all old lash adhesive and place them back on their tray with plastic tray cover in place. Keeping the lashes in their case will keep them safe and also retain their shape and band curvature for future uses.
- Always ensure sponge is soaked thoroughly before squeezing out excess water before use.
- Clean sponge regularly. We recommend cleaning the sponge after each use to ensure it remains hygienic
- Avoid solid soaps and dish soaps when cleaning as these can damage your sponge.
- Always store your sponge in a dry well ventilated place away from direct sunlight
- Do not store sponge in sealed or semi sealed containers
- Replace your Perfecting Sponge every 3 months for optimum performance (think of it like a toothbrush!)
Instructions for cleaning your Perfecting Sponge
1 - Wet the sponge by gently squeezing it under a tap of luke warm running water
2 - Once the sponge is completely wet add a mild liquid soap (Beauty Sponge Liquid Soap, Castile soap or Baby Shampoo are some good options). Do not use a solid soap as this can form hard lumps in the sponge if not completely washed out. Do not use dish soap as it is too harsh and can damage the sponge.
3 - By gently squeezing the sponge work in the soap forming a thick lather and freeing any makeup contained in the sponge.
4 - Place the sponge under luke warm running water again and squeeze gently to completely wash out all of the soap and makeup.
5 - For heavily soiled sponges steps 2 through to 4 may need to be repeated until sponge is completely clean.
6 - Gently squeeze out all excess water from the sponge and store in a dry, well ventilated place away from direct sunlight. Do not store sponge in a sealed or semi sealed container until completely dry.