July 01, 2022 2 min read

There is a time and a place for every single lash product we carry

Each one was carefully researched, tested and trialed on actual clients to ensure a lash artist would be set up for success. 

Whether you were originally trained to know the purpose or function of all of the products we carry, we thought it was the perfect time to share the love on some commonly misused and misunderstood products




Primers prep the natural lash to give optimal adhesive adhesion to the natural lash. When used properly, primer will remove makeup, dirt, oil, and dead skin from the natural lashes and the lash line. It can be the magic key to use on clients who have oily skin or lashes as well as those who are active and sweat a lot. Think of paint primer, it allows the paint on your walls to last longer and wear evenly.

REMINDER: Primer is NOT cleanser, it will loosen all of those oils and dirt but it still needs to be washed away.

Note: Primer -can- be overly drying to those clients whose lash health is not ideal or who's lashes are brittle and dry to begin with so use your best judgment as to when and when not to use primer.


This gel remover takes no more than a few minutes to completely and safely remove a typical lash set. That being said, if you're removing a LOT of adhesive (you all know the type of set we're talking about) then the time may be longer to break down the adhesive bonds. We recommend applying the remover to the adhesive, avoiding any contact with the skin, and allow it to sit for 3-5 minutes. The extensions should start to slide off of the natural lash easily without any tension or force. If extensions still remain, do a full cleanse of the eye and reapply. Never leave the adhesive on for longer than 15 minutes at a time.

TIP: Don't use your adhesive near your remover as it can destroy your adhesive. Best for them to keep their distance.


Give these 2 products a try! Save 15% off our Farewell Remover and Introduction Primer with code: tryit at checkout

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