Lashes are the best and perfect lashes for Brides. We believe that every bride deserves to look fabulous on her wedding day. Get your Facial Waxing for a softer smoother skin, Our Beauty famous silk or mink Semi- Permanent Eyelash Extensions that will provide you with the most luscious, full and natural look ever! Last but not least wedding Makeup Application that’s fit for a bride to be. We strive for the fabulous new you!
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Lashfesh Eyelash Extension Conditioner w/ Silk Protein 3ml
ORGANIC & 100% Natural
The Lashfresh Eyelash Extension Conditioner allows for the same benefits as the Conditioning Mist but as a more concentrated formula and direct application to the lashes with a gentle brush. The Silk Protein and other nutritive ingredients help to strengthen lashes, making them softer and silkier while helping to prevent lash breakage and extend the life of the extensions. The Lashfresh Conditioner also aids in preventing the glue that is used to adhere the eyelash extensions from drying out and hardening to where it can cause irritation or cause the extensions to fall faster. Use as needed.
Ingredients: Aloe Vera Gel, Cornflower Hydrolate, Silk Protein Hydrolysate, Vitamin B Complex, Glycerine, Grapeseed Extract, Potassium Sorbate
Silky soft lashes, Super compact, Take with you anywhere, Freshen lashes on the fly, Say good-bye to dry lashes!
Women want those glamorous, long eyelash extensions but some are too afraid to touch them or get them wet. First of all it’s OK to get Eyelash Extensions wet-just not the first 12-24 hours. After that you can swim, shower and take a stroll in the rain if you want and without an umbrella! You need to keep your eyelash extensions clean otherwise you will risk the chance of developing Blepharitis. Blepharitis is a condition of the eyes that causes inflammation and possible infection of the eyelid due to a blocked eyelash follicle. The blockage normally occurs from sebum (oil), dead skin cells and bacteria on the natural lash follicle. Over time without treating this condition the hair follicle can become thinner and sparser.