Lash Primer (Alcohol Free)

Lash Primer (Alcohol Free)

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Absolutely 100% alcohol-free and non-drying, the AW Lashes Primer will nourish and strengthen natural lashes and increase retention by removing any residual protein and oils from the lashes to enhance and extend the adhesive bond.

Our Primer is also locally sourced, produced, and manufactured in the United States to ensure absolute quality. Our formula doesn't contain any harsh chemicals -- it is completely plant-based (vegan), and cruelty-free. 

Recommended for use after the AW Lashes Lash Bath for full and fill sets. Dry Primer completely before lash application.

  • 100% alcohol-free
  • Non-drying to the natural lash
  • Increase retention
  • Enhance bond between the lash & adhesive
  • Nourish & condition natural lashes
  • Ideal for full sets & fills
  • Vegan and cruelty-free
  • 100% Plant-Based
  • No harsh chemicals
  • Locally produced, formulated, & manufactured in Denver, Colorado
  • 45ml bottle

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Directions:

Wash lashes thoroughly with AW Lashes Lash Bath before using Primer. Primer may be applied to the natural lashes before lash application and extensions before fill to prepare them before treatment.

1. Thoroughly cleanse your client's lash line with the Lash Bath.

2. Use one spray of the Primer on a lint-free microswab. Focusing on the base of the lashes, and using an additional clean and dry microswab, gently rub the microswab with the Primer solution on the top of the lashes, with the dry microswab in under the lashes with a back-and-forth motion across the lashes. Do not rinse.

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Ingredients: Water, PVP, Sodium Polyacrylate

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JP
11/02/2020
Jill P.
United States United States
Primer

I’ve had a very good experience with this primer- it has helped with retention