Removes excess sebum (oil) without drying out natural lashes like regular primer does
Slightly speeds up adhesive curing time if used like a primer (directly on natural lashes). This is perfect for hot & humid summer climate when applying Superdry onto extensions (while they are still on the glue strip) adds too much speed to curing process
When applied to natural lashes instead, it only speeds up curing when extensions are already in position, perfect trick to avoid pop-off’s (pop-off’s usually happen because adhesive cures mid-air before extensions reach natural lashes)
Makes ANY adhesive cure in less than 0.5sec if applied onto extensions while they are still on the glue strip
Has a very low alcohol content
Only primer that’s compatible with Dark Matter
Works with all lash adhesives
SUPERDRY ADHESIVE AS A PRIMER
It’s purpose is to accelerate adhesive setting time, the difference between your regular speed up solution and Adhesive Superdry is that it not only accelerates the setting speed but it turns ANY adhesive (no matter the original setting time or air humidity) into contact (meaning 0.5-1sec curing) adhesive. So you can work in 15% humidity without having to struggle with adhesive curing.
How to use it:
Apply a small amount of Superdry onto lash extensions while they are still on the strip. Make any adhesive cure instantly. Re-apply when you feel that adhesive curing has slowed down.
Superdry works with all lash adhesives!
Why Use Superdry?
Regular speed-up solutions contain a lot of alcohol, making the adhesive more porous. Alcohol causes adhesives to emit more vapors which have proven to irritate clients’ eyes and makes glue release more fumes. This is not the case with Ruthie Belle’s Superdry.
SUPERDRY operates similarly to the concept of Superbonder. It begins bonding existing cyanoacrylate fumes upon contact, thus making your adhesive less irritating to your clients. This product is super gentle and very efficient.
Are SuperDry, Glue Stop and SuperBonder compatible?
Yes, all these products may be used together. However, you wouldn’t typically use SuperDry and Glue Stop together since glue stop is meant to be used when the room humidity and temperatures are suitable for adhesive, but the fans still collapse.
Super dry is meant to be used when normal conditions wouldn’t allow an adhesive to work properly. Because SuperDry, cures the adhesive instantly, it makes it impossible for the adhesive to run and travel up the fans.
Glue Stop and SuperDry are meant to be used during the treatment when SuperBonder, 2-3 minutes after the set is finished and you can use SuperDry and Glue Stop in any order you want as once won’t affect the one’s efficiency. Typically, you would apply SuperDry on the base of the extensions while they are still on the glue strip and apply Glue Stop 1 millimeter higher so that it stops the adhesive from traveling past the point where the Glue Stop is located.
Do I need SuperBonder if SuperDry starts bonding the fumes?
Yes, SuperDry starts bonding the fumes but does not completely seal them. Using SuperDry alone will not extend the adhesive retention by up to 30% and it won’t take away the sting when the client opens their eyes. It merely accelerates the start of the drying process and removes the cyanoacrylate’s irritation during the treatment