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I mean it great lash glue but I prefer my little wand lash glue that I can apply straight ti my lash or even my eye area as like a liner then place on my lash... just personal preference lol but great glue just prefer a diff method of application
Its a great glue that I use to attach rhinestones to my face and the glue is able to keep them on my face even as I ran around all day totaling roughly a mile and a half, went to classes, and took a nap. Its easy to remove with make up remover. The only downside is it smell gross while it is wet. Its not like a smell that fills the room but if your face gets to close to the tube you’ll definitely smell it.
This is the only lash adhesive I've ever used that I would recommend. A very thin line on your false lashes holds them securely and does not feel tacky. Its a little pricier than Kiss or some others but worth the difference in price. I tried Kiss adhesive and Ardell and threw both of them away; they were awful.
I'm new to fake eyelashes and chose this glue because it was recommended in an article. I use it with Ardell Multipack 105 Lashes, 0.06 Pound and have done so about a half dozen times. The glue dries clear and is invisible when worn. It's plenty strong and the lashes stay put all day. I make sure to get the glue all the way to both ends of the eyelash strip and they've never peeled up at the edges. I need more practice to figure out how soon after applying the glue I should put the eyelashes in place. They remove easily - just peel up from one end, no makeup remover or other solvent needed. With this glue you can use the eyelashes multiple times. I personally haven't had an adverse reaction to it, either, although some with very sensitive eyes might.
My single issue is the design of the application tube, but perhaps it's the only design possible so that wouldn't be the company's fault. When one squeezes the tube it can suddenly blob out too much glue for the strip, which gets glue into the lashes. To avoid this I have been squeezing some glue out the end of the tube, then carefully wiping the lash edge against the glue rather than applying the glue onto the lash. My belly dancer friends also use it to apply bindi and other rhinestones to their faces for their performances and it all stays put.
I discovered the directions on both the glue and the Ardell lashes are identical. This would mean they're made by the same company. That pleases me because I expect two coordinated products made by the same company to be designed to work well together.