Elleeplex Profusion Vs Elleebana One Shot

Posted on 11 Jun 2021

There has certainly been a buzz around the most hyped Elleebana product range by far.

It is not an overstatement to say the future of lash and brow lamination is here because it literally is!

Many artists have been asking which system gives better results and we would like to guide you through the benefits of Elleebana One Shot and Elleeplex Profusion.

Disclaimer: It’s not an either/or choice. Each system has its own uniqueness. Let us dive deep into the facts:

Elleebana lash lift allows you to offer your customers luscious lifted lashes that can last up to 12 weeks in one safe 20-minute professional treatment. Our One Shot system uses a safe, chemical process to break down the disulphide bonds of the hair to redirect the lash into a new lifted style. Our easy to use, no wastage, single-use sachets are safe, hygienic and convenient. It gives your clients perfect lash lifts every time and can be retained even after showering or swimming.

We pride ourselves in being a world leader in the for Elleeplex Profusion has been designed to cater for the stylists that want to offer brow lamination and lash lift in the same lotion. We all know how important maintaining optimal lash health is for our clients and our Elleeplex Profusion range delivers this with our innovative system.

The processing times differ for each Elleebana Lash Lift system as each has their own unique perming agent that produces a different chemical reaction within the disulphide bond reduction process.

To break it down, the TGA within the One Shot system is breaking down the bonds at a faster and stronger rate which allows this system to have one of the fastest processing times in the lash lift industry. The CHC within the Elleeplex Profusion breaks down the bonds at a gentler rate while imparting structural integrity into the bonds which takes the worry away of over processing.

There is still the same procedure of lash consultation and assessment to determine the appropriate times and things such as clients ethnicity, lash strength and flexibility, growth direction, hormones or medication and density of the lashes need to be taken into consideration.

The One Shot system has had a huge success rate with the recommended processing times and in particular 6 and 5, known to be the sweet spot for majority of clients, though you will on the odd occasion need to extend the first or second lotion to find what works best for that particular client. This also applies to our Elleeplex Profusion system and the processing times should be treated as more of a guide than strict timings. We have seen many salons extending their times such as 13-15/9 with beautiful lifted results. We believe the nature of this system is so gentle on the lashes it could be pushed that little bit further in the sense of your processing times.

We have listed the benefits of each system below:

Elleeplex Profusion

Soft and gentle regrowth phase

Very gentle on the hair so perfect for thinner hair

Vegan formulation

Synergistic system that can be used for Lash & Brow Lamination

Reduced chances of over processing

Elleebana One Shot

Faster processing times

Advanced formulation containing nourishing and conditioning

A great alternative to lash extensions

Works effectively on resistant lashes

Trusted and loved by many lash lift artists around the world for 25 years

You may favour one system over the other for different reasons but you also need to take your clients needs and desires into consideration. In that case, you need to look at what each system best caters to before deciding which system to use on your client. Having these two systems available gives your room for versatility as an artist and by being versatile with your services, leads to a higher customer satisfaction that can massively impact on your business success.

The other side of the coin is every client is different. As a result, you must approach every service with the mindset of determining what is best for this particular client in order to achieve optimal results.

The bottom line is, we highly recommend you to have both systems in your kit to cater to all clients lash density and status.

To sum it all up, your clients’ lashes and expectations will determine which system you should use.