Petit Eye Fuse Control™ Wand
NO JOB TOO SMALL. Introducing a new member of the Fuse Control™ Wand family— the Petit Eye wand. Everything you know and love about the original Fuse Control Wand but with a 10% reduced curve to provide an easy fuse for small and/or monolid eyes. The straighter curve offers ease of use for inner corners and the ability to get a full fuse for a flatter-profiled eye.
Please note: the Petit Eye wand is made of a stronger grade of stainless steel and therefore, a little tight. Give your wand a gentle stretch to loosen the tension, which will allow for an easier full fuse with less pressure needed.
Handcrafted from Japanese stainless steel
Hand-tooled in Pakistan
Patents: US, China, Japan, Australia, Canada, Korea, UK, EU
Get familiar with your new best friend. Prior to using the Fuse Control™ Wand for application, get comfortable with it: hold it, play with it, move with it. See how the wand feels in your hand, near your lash line and practice picking up Gossamers with it. For fusing, we recommend using the removable patent-pending Wandoms™ that come included in your Control Kit™ for a cushiony, non-stick fuse.
Use the curved end of the Fuse Control™ Wand to fuse the Gossamer lashes with your natural lashes.
Follow the curve of your eye from the outer corner to the bridge of your nose. Clamp down and fuse.
Caution: Ensure the wand is fully released (i.e. not adhered to any lashes) before moving wand away from eye. Use care to avoid placing wand in eye.
Apply the enclosed Wandoms™ to the tip of your wand for a comfortable, cushiony fuse.
Try fusing individual Gossamer lashes with the curved end of your wand, facing backwards. We call this a reverse fuse. Fuse however feels most comfortable for you— there's no wrong way to do it!
The more you fuse, the longer the hold! Use your wand as part of your morning and night-time routines to reinforce the hold of your Gossamer lashes.
Lifetime limited warranty. Warranty covers loss of precision during lifetime or defects due to clipping or unevenness when closing. Warranty does not cover user error, such as the Fuse Control™ Wand breaking at the base due to pulling too wide, or being improperly pulled out of The Control Kit™.