16 Sep Improved Lash Lift and Brow Lamination are the Safest Products in the USA
London Brows launches its updated lash lift and brow lamination products. Safety is the number one concern of London Brows, when we look for new products to offer our consumers. We love a simple approach to this beauty business. With a simple lash routine, you are able to speed up the process! Why is this important. Time is money. What products of ours are important for safety? Removers were recently highlighted in the industry, as there were serious safety concerns. Our lash remover is safety approved in the European Union. To understand why this is important, read the attached articles below. Did you know that the FDA only bans 11 ingredients in our beauty products? Read that again, 11! How many does the European Union Beauty portal ban? They ban over 1300! This literally boggles the brain. How could we even consider anything safe in our beauty products here in the USA? So we at London Brows, are very proud of our accomplishment, that we are able to offer a truly SAFE lash lift product to our fellow estis out there. I know that I want to offer my clients the safest products out there on the market, and it should be all of our goals.
We have worked non stop to find a super safe lash lift, and brow lamination product. We are finally happy with the new improved product we are about to relaunch.
We looked at other lash lifts and didn’t want to mess with sachets, as we didn’t want to waste the product. We initially used glass bottles to preserve the product. After 2 years of experimenting with the product, we are launching the new improved lash perm. They will be available in a click pen, with a silicone tip. This makes it super easy to dispense the product. We are super excited that the 2nd step takes only 90 seconds and must be removed instantly.
The process for the lash lift is as follows:
- attach the rods to the lid after securing the lower lashes.
- attach the lashes to the rods with lash lift adhesive. Ours is called FIX.
- use #1 CURL and dispense the product onto the lower 1/3 to 1/2 of the natural lash
- allow 6-12 min to process depending on the thickness of the natural lashes
- remove with a dry Q tip
- use #2 SET and apply to the 1/3-1/2 way up. REMOVE AFTER 90 seconds with wet Q tips.
- apply #3 SEAL and dry with a fan, while brushing up with a mascara wand.
- boom, you are done.
- total time taken to do process after attaching lashes to the rods? if the lashes are thick, 12 min to curl, plus 2 min to set, plus 1 min to seal = 15 min total for the process.
The process for a brow lamination is as follows:
- sometimes I use the lash lift glue FIX, to secure super stubborn brow hairs in the direction I want them to go.
- I cover the brows with #1 CURL and use some press and seal to amplify the process. I check halfway through and brush stubborn hairs again in the direction I want them to go. I cover them again with press and seal. I usually leave the CURL on for 12 min.
- I remove the product with a tissue, and apply #2 SET. I leave this on for 2 minutes and remove with wet cotton rounds.
- I then apply #3 SEAL and brush hairs up, and give the client Brow Soap, to use at home to train her brows.
- Total time for process is 15 min. Boom!
Remember time is money. We love that the second step is only 90 seconds. If you leave this on for longer than 2 min, it will over process the lift. This has truly been a game changer for us.