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Disposable deluxe synthetic eyeliner applicator with orange head (25 per pack) 83mm

SKU:900103

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Disposable deluxe synthetic eyeliner applicator with orange head (25 per pack) 83mm. Create precision hygienic liquid eyeliner effects with this deluxe synthetic disposable applicator.

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Disposable deluxe synthetic eyeliner applicator with orange head (25 per pack) 83mm. Create precision liquid eyeliner effects with this deluxe synthetic disposable applicator. An essential makeup artist and beauty professional kit item. Remember not to "double-dip" - put the applicator brush back into the tube which defeats the objective of avoiding cross-contamination and the potential of nasty bacterial infection.

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SKU 900103
Product FAQs Eyes Alert! They say you can see into someone's soul through the eyes, so beautiful and healthy eyes it is! TPHC Collection of disposable applicators for eyes is just fab as it covers everything you need to create on-trend looks, whilst keeping the bugs away without double-dipping. Just like mascara, do not be tempted to put the liquid eyeliner applicator back into the tube and reapply to your client. "Double-dipping" defeats the purpose of using a single-use/disposable applicator or brush and it is a term that all professional makeup artists and beauty professionals should be aware of. It means to reload the same mascara wand (or other colour cosmetic such as lip gloss or eyeliner) with product by dipping it into the tube a second time (or more than once). A liquid or gel liner tube will be overrun with bacteria within six months and earlier if used daily by professionals! When you buy a new liquid liner, cut off the brush head and throw it away, then you will never forget to use a disposable eyeliner applicator for your clients. Conjunctivitis ('pink eye') is commonly caught from double-dipping and more serious eye infections such as blepharitis and corneal ulcers which affect vision are a side effect of contaminated eye makeup as well as the transference of acanthamoeaba - a waterborne organism which will gradually 'eat' your cornea
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