If your lashes aren't staying put, it could be due to the application. If you're finding it difficult to apply your Underlash, remember that there might be a learning curve, especially if you're new to DIY lashes. For newbies it takes at least three attempts to master.
Some questions you may have are answered below:
When you receive "The Bond" It will come very wet as it has not been opened let and oxidised. Once you use the bond for a few applications you will feel the consistency is a little dryer. This is a good thing and will give you your best application! This means the bond is slightly tacky and will give the lashes a better hold.
Make sure you always put the lid on properly to stop excess air getting inside and do not leave out in direct sunlight.
The bond should be replaced at a MAXIMUM 4 -6 months, depending on how much you use.
You may be applying too much bond. Next time you apply your Underlashes try less bond, you should dab the bond at the root of your lashes only. If you apply too much bond you may experience a tacky feeling on the lashes.
If you still have a sticky residue The seal will solve this, not only does it help your lashes last longer but it will remove any sticky residue on your Underlash set as long as the residue isn't down to over applying Bond.
My lashes are not lasting the 7 days
Read through these tips
- Avoid touching or playing with your lashes. The oils from your fingers can weaken the bond and cause the underlashes to loosen.
- For the initial 48 hours, prevent your lashes from direct contact with water. While Underlash lashes are water-resistant, they're not completely waterproof. Avoid submerging them; if your eyes come into contact with water, gently clamp and reseal.
- Incorrect position: The segment has been placed incorrectly, most likely too close to the waterline, causing irritation. This could lead you to touch your eyes. Make sure the segment is placed 1mm away from the waterline. When you squeeze your eyes together, you shouldn't be able to feel the lashes pinch.
- Humid Environments: If you reside in a humid location, make sealing and reclamping a part of your daily makeup routine. Apply a small amount only to where the bond was placed.
- Wearing glasses? If you're a glasses wearer, avoid longer-length lashes, as they will touch your lenses and become irritating and loose.
- To little bond, try applying more adhesive next time. If you have thicker lashes, you'll need a bit more adhesive to secure them properly.
- To much bond, If your lashes feel really sticky and are not lasting apply less bond especially if you have thinner lashes.