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RefectoCil Eyelash Lifting Pads 1Pair Medium RC5605 / 90411




RefectoCil Reuseable Eyelash Medium Lifting Pads

A pair of reusable eyelash lift perm silicon curler pads that can be reused for over 100 times. The innovative Refectocil silicone pads make eyelash tinting as simple as never before! They facilitate eyelash tinting considerably and increase the profitability of your salon, and the treatment becomes more comfortable for the clients. The Refectocil silicone pads are self-adhesive and anti-slip and the soft silicone perfectly adjusts to every eye form. The pads are 100% impermeable and can be used up to 100 times. After each application they have to be cleaned with water and a non-greasy soap, then they are immediately ready for reuse.

Eyelash lift is a perming technique that has become a popular method over the traditional perming rods. By utilizing these reusable silicone curling shields (with an eyelash perming kit), you can achieve a lift and shape effect to give the appearance of longer lashes rather than the unnatural curls obtained by using regular perming rods. These silicone shields gently lift and perms the lashes from the root and are specially shaped to fit various eye shapes. They are also uniquely designed with embedded groove lines that assist with sweeping the lashes onto the shields evenly.

Simply choose a pair of shields according to your lash length and desired amount of curl. Generally, for shorter lashes use the smaller shields and for longer lashes use the larger shields. Perm the lashes according to your eyelash perming kit (sold separately by other sellers); ensuring you place the shields as close to the root of the lashes as possible.

Product Features

  • Reusable for over 100 times
  • Content: 1 pair of silicon curler pads
  • Available in small, medium and large
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