LashDip Eyelash Enhancement – Coming To The UK Soon?
LashDip will be coming to the UK soon but what is it? In brief, it is used as an alternative to an eyelash tint that compliments other http://www.easymake-up.com/eyelash growth products you may already use. It is a fairly recent eyelash enhancement product and needs to be applied professionally.
LashDip is hypoallergenic and does not contain formaldehyde or aniline that is often found in the commercial eyelash tints. After application, you can shower, bathe, swim and sweat your way through summer and it won’t disappear. However, you do need to wait a couple of hours after the initial application before getting your lashes damp. Also, you must not swim or use hot water near your eyes for 24 hours.
You can use LashDip if you are using any eyelash growth product, such as Idol Lash, as the two will complement each other very well. However, be cautious and leave out the serum for three days following your LashDip treatment.
An application lasts about 6 weeks, but as Lash Dip degrades naturally, this may not be a problem. If it is, you can get a top-up.
You must ensure you use oil-free makeup remover and pat your lashes dry cleansing. As always, don’t rub or pull at your lashes. If you usually use an eyelash curler, this is not a good idea when using LashDip, nor is using a sauna as this may be a bit extreme.
As for cost, US costs are around £75 for the initial application, about £25 for a top-up, and around £85 for a second application. The higher cost is due to the fact that any remaining product will need to be stripped off first.
So, if you have short lashes, and especially if these are fair, LashDip may be a good alternative to mascara for you. The ingredients in the product may be better than with the eyelash tints but this is going to cost you more.