Posted on

What To Look For In An Eyelash Glue

What To Look For In An Eyelash Glue

There’s the traditional squeeze bottle with the small nozzle at the end, which is great for beginners and intermediates alike. It’s simple to hold and distribute adhesive. There’s also a brush-on bottle, which is ideal for beginners as it’s incredibly user-friendly and allows for less mess.That is depending on your preference, different types of packaging could make or break your application.

Eyelash glues typically come in two shades—white or black. While it applies white, white adhesives will dry to a clear finish in a few minutes. At times, it may take longer depending on the amount of glue you’ve used. Black is typically what makeup artists gravitate to as it applies black and is virtually undetectable on naturally darker eyelashes.

Lash Glue Ingredient
One thing a user should look out for before grabbing any random eyelash glue is what they’re allergic to. Some formulas include latex, formaldehyde, and acylates, which can cause allergic reactions, so it’s important to read the ingredient list carefully. If you tend to be extremely sensitive, an all-natural eyelash glue may be the right fit for you.

Our Eyelash Adhesive Ingredient

Water,2-Ethyl Hexyl ,Acrylate,ButyI Acrylate, MethyI Methacrylate,Propylene,
Glycol,Methylacrylate Acid

Lashes Adhesive

How do I apply false eyelashes with eyelash glue?
The best way to apply eyelash glue is by placing the glue on the band of the lashes and letting it get tacky before applying, When applying lashes, get as close as possible to the top of your lash line, then flip the lashes upwards and blend with mascara to create a lash curl effect.
How do I remove them?
To remove eyelash glue, saturate a Q-tip with makeup remover and glide it across the lash band. The lash should then slide off with ease, but if not, try saturating a cotton pad with makeup remover and gently pressing it onto your eye to coat the lash and lash band