Adding fake eyelashes is made easy with this Ardell duo eyelash adhesive. Its designed for use with Ardell eyelashes. This waterproof eyelash adhesive dries quickly and keeps your lashes in place all day long. It goes on clear and remains invisible. This eyelash adhesive can be removed easily with makeup remover.
Water (Aqua), Cellulose Gum, Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Rubber Latex, Fragrance (Parfum), Formalin Solution, Ammonium Hydroxide.
1. Apply a thin line along base of false lash. (Never apply directly to your eyelids.) 2. Let set for 30 seconds or until sticky. During this time, holding the lash by both ends of the base strip, flex it back and forth forming the shape of a horseshoe. This contours the base strip to fit your lid easily and comfortably. 3. Center the lash close to the base of your natural lashes and press ends into place. To secure the lash firmly, gently press down the lash strip from one end to the other until adhesive is dry. To remove lashes: Gently peel lash strip from outer to inner corner of lid. Care for you lashes by peeling off adhesive when you remove lashes and cleaning them regularly. Apply fresh DUO with each wearing. To insure proper flow of adhesive, remove any hardened adhesive from tip of tube.
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