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I have the feeling of the glue is not really sticking, what can I do?Updated 2 months ago

The most common mistake and cause of unsatisfied applications is the lash lifting adhesive. However, the error here is not actually due to the quality of the glue, but to incorrect application. Fortunately, we have a few tips for you so that you don't despair:

Error source 1: The silicone pad

  1. Make sure the silicone pad is the right size. If it doesn't stick, it's usually not because of the adhesive, but because there is too much resistance on the eyelid. So choose the right size and cut the pad to size if necessary.
  2. Allow the glue to dry for 30-60 seconds before attaching the pad to your eyelid. Also, try not to use too much glue so that it has a chance to dry.
  3. Press the silicone pad lightly onto your eyelid for 60-90 seconds until you feel that the glue has really dried.

Error source 2: Fixing the eyelashes

To fix the eyelashes, you need a little patience, especially if you have very short eyelashes and notice that the resistance of the eyelashes is stronger.

  1. Use enough but not too much glue to fix the lashes
  2. Work your way from the inside out. Always apply a little glue to the area of the pad where you want to attach the lashes. Allow the area to dry for 20-30 seconds and use the Y-tool to pull the lashes smoothly up onto the pad.
  3. Apply glue afterwards to fix the remaining lashes.4. Keep a steady hand and use the other hand to stabilize the pad on your eye if necessary.
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