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Eyelash Extensions and Eyebrow Sculpting Workshop August 2, 2018 03:09

Eyelash Extensions Summer 2018 Workshop

Lower Eyelash Extension & Bigger Eyes May 2, 2018 05:47

Want Bigger Eyes?
Try Bottom Eyelash Extensions

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Eye Peels April 24, 2018 18:58

Eye Peels

Eyelash Mites-Eyelash mites dangers of lash extensions clean your lashes April 21, 2018 18:43

About Eyelash Mites. 95% of the population has them.

What is Cyanoacrylate? April 21, 2018 18:07

Lash Adhesive + Natural Fiber= Fire

Eyepad For Eyelash Extensions March 25, 2016 07:08

Cyanoacrylates should not be used with eye pads made from natural fiber materials such as cotton, wool, silk,etc. . . this will result in a powerful, rapid exothermic reaction (creating a reaction that will release visible or non-visible fumes when the two come into contact with each other). Products made from natural fiber may ignite fumes/heat trapped within the eye pads and/or linger around the eye area which will cause eye irritation. If using natural eye pads, it is recommended that trans-pore tape is placed on top of the eye pads to prevent any chemical reaction. Otherwise you can use foam tape in place of eye pads.


How to Eyebrow Extensions March 23, 2016 09:30

Using ULB® single use strip save 30-50% of your time.

ULB® Single Use Artificial Brow/Lash Extensions Strip March 21, 2016 11:11

What are ULB® Single Use Artificial Eyelash/Eyebrow Extensions Strips?

ULB® Single Use Artificial Extension Strips are the most practical tool for Lash-tech, and Brow-tician. ULB® Single Use Artificial Brow/Lash Extensions Strip is fixed into the back of hand. ULB® Single Use Eyelash extensions Strip can be used on the left or right hand. For ease of hand movement during eyelash/eyebrow application.

Opting for time sensitive stylist- Ease of working distance can save 30%-50% of treatment time. It is also easy on the stylist's eyes since stylist does not have to shift his/her glance constantly with every hand movement. The hand travels the shortest distance from ULB® Single Use Eyelash extensions Strips to the customer's lash-line, or brow.

Style Challenged Stylist- ULB® Single Use Innovative Artificial Brow/Lash Extensions Strip are customized in preset styles, and colors. Thus giving challenged lash& brow stylist the option they never had before! Each "Single-Use" extensions are preset style of extensions (250-600 artificial lashes/brows) to create natural looking lashes/brow every time.

Single Use- Artificial Eyelash/Eyebrow Extensions Trays and strip are difficult to clean, consideration should be given to single-use strip in order to reduce the risk of cross contamination, and spread microbes transmission.

 

 


Dirty Dozen Endocrine Disruptors 12 Hormone-Altering Chemicals and How to Avoid Them June 6, 2015 08:57

There is no end to the tricks that endocrine disruptors can play on our bodies: increasing production of certain hormones; decreasing production of others; imitating hormones; turning one hormone into another; interfering with hormone signaling; telling cells to die prematurely; competing with essential nutrients; binding to essential hormones; accumulating in organs that produce hormones.

Here are 12 of the worst hormone disruptor, how they do their dirty deeds, and some tips on how to avoid them.

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http://www.ewg.org/research/dirty-dozen-list-endocrine-disruptors?inlist=Y


Type Of Cyanoacrylate May 18, 2015 09:29

Info to know about your adhesive

Ethyl Cyanoacrylate

Feature- Widely used as eyelash extension glue. Fast curing, good adhesion. Strong odour, very brittle once cured.

Usage- For both industry and home use.

Alkoxy-2- Cyanoacrylate

Feature- Low irritation, no odour, elastic and waterproof once cured. Slower curing and weaker adhesion than Ethyl Cyanoacrylate.

Usage- For both industry and home use.

Butyl Cyanoacrylate

Feauture- Least irritant, no odour Slower curing and weaker adhesion than Ethyl Cyanoacrylate. Historically, Butyl was seldom used for EE application as the material was too expensive and very slow to cure, but due to advances in technology, such issues have been addressed and corrected.

Usage- Widely use in the medical industry to close minor wounds.