LASHBOMB Adhesive FAQ
What is the shelf life of my adhesive?
The shelf life of unopened LASHBOMB adhesive is 6 months. Once the bottle is opened, the shelf life is 1 – 3 months.
How should I store my adhesive before opening?
Keep your adhesive bottle away from sunlight, moisture, and heat. Store adhesive in a cool, shaded place and in an airtight container with a silica pack to draw out moisture. Adhesive may be stored in the refrigerator prior to opening the bottle to prolong shelf life. Allow the adhesive to re-stabilize at room temperature for a minimum of 4 hours before using.
How should I store my adhesive after opening?
Keep your adhesive bottle away from sunlight, moisture, and heat. Store adhesive in a cool, shaded place and in an airtight container with a silica pack to draw out moisture. Keep the glue cap tight between uses. Don’t store adhesive in the refrigerator after opening. Once the seal has been broken, condensation can form in the bottle when the adhesive is reintroduced to room temperature. Moisture curing the adhesive inside the bottle will cause problems with your adhesive.
Why am I not getting the same retention from my adhesive?
Exposure to warm temperatures and direct sunlight can cause your adhesive to weaken. Make sure you are keeping it in a consistently cool, dry environment. Make sure your clients are educated on how to take care of their lashes. Ensure that they are avoiding any oil-based face products around their lash extensions.
Why are my clients having allergic reactions to the adhesive?
Unfortunately, allergic reactions are always possible. They happen when our bodies start responding negatively to any ingredient that touches the skin and treating it as a threat. It is possible for regular lash extension wearers to develop an allergy over time. If this happens, try switching to a different LASHBOMB adhesive. If your client continues to have an allergic reaction, suggest hydrocortisone cream or Benadryl to diminish the irritation. If the allergies continue, have your client see a doctor, and possibly consider temporary to permanent removal of lash extensions.