Earliner Sizing

Earliner Sizing


For best results, first remove the ear cartilage.

Slip the earliner into the skin to test for fit and then line up the outer edges and check for tightness in the center.

If the skin is the least bit tight, remove it from the ear and trim the liner.


Remember, no matter what tanning method was used, the skin is going to shrink some as it dries.

The skin on the inside of the ear should be slack, even wrinkled, to allow it to dry and hold properly.

For a good fit, there should be loose skin in the center.


Remove the liner and heavily coat both sides with latex caulk, Real Ears or other earliner adhesive.

Finally, insert the earliner and position edges, then press excess caulk and air to the center and squeeze to the bottom of the ear.

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