Optimum Lash System are professional use only for applying lash extensions.

By purchasing from this site you are agreeing you are professionally trained.

You are agreeing that the client is fully informed of the potential risks involved with lash adhesive reactions and they sign to agree.
You are agreeing that you have checked with insurance Company about patch testing
NOTE allergies can still occur even if patch test was carried out and it is advisable to inform clients of this and get them to sign a form to agree they are fully informed.

Storage Of Lash Adhesives

Storage of lash glues – store upright a temperature range of between 16-24 °C.

Before use allow the bottle to stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes prior to treatment and shake the bottle for approximately 10-20 seconds before using.

Humidity between 40-70% – Ideal humidity 55%.

Room temperature should be between 21 – 23°C

If humidity is too high the eyelash adhesive will not cure correctly and shock polymerization takes place, causing a weaker bond with the natural lash.

If humidity is too low then the curing time will be slower as there is not enough moisture to ‘cure’ the eyelash adhesive and client will have poor retention with the adhesive.
Lash adhesives do not alter in their manufacturing process and ingredients.

If a lash tech has a problem with a glue it is usually incorrect storage, environment or usage.

Lash tech must clean the nozzle every time before replacing the lid

Lash tech must replace and tighten the lid after each drop is dispensed to stop any moisture or air getting in

Lash tech must have correct working environment temperature and relative humidity

Keep away from lash lift vapours and peroxide vapours in a hairdressers as this affects the glue

To help with glue vapours, correct airflow would be required in the working area.

It is recommended the correct masks are used when performing lash treatments.

Always read warning signs on glue labels.

Do not get lash glue on skin.