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Here's What You Need to Know About LED Lash Extensions

It doesn't use traditional eyelash glue.
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LED lash extensions may sound intimidating, but it shouldn't be. In fact, it's said to be one of the safest and most painless methods because it doesn't use eyelash glue, which a lot of people tend to be allergic to.

Basically, here's how it works: The faux lashes are attached using a patent-pending gel-curing device with LED attached to the tweezers. This shortens the curing time of conventional lash adhesive from 24 hours to a few seconds. Watch the video below to see it in action: 

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This technology started in California, and was later on introduced to Japan by Maki Miura, an eyelash expert with over 22 years of experience and the developer of the Brace Lashes technique. After perfecting it for a decade, she is now bringing LED Extensions to the Philippines this October through her exclusive partnership with NÉW Lounge.

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Because it's glue-free, NÉW Lounge claims that LED extensions have better lasting power compared to traditional eyelash extensions. "[It's] ideal for sensitive skin and those with allergies. It’s the safest among all eyelash extension breakthroughs," the beauty lounge writes on their Instagram.

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So, would you try this new lash technology?

NÉW LOUNGE LED Lash Extensions, P6,500, tel. no. 0905.338.8941 (available starting October 2019)

*This story originally appeared on Preview.ph

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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