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Are You Allergic To Eyelash Glue? Here Are the Alternatives

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Are You Allergic To Eyelash Glue? Here Are the Alternatives

We are living in a contaminated world where everything from the chemicals used in making some of our most basic products are becoming more harmful day by day. This could explain your recent allergic reaction to your favorite eyelash glue. 

As it is, our eyes are one of the most sensitive parts of the body. A little interference will result in worse repercussions such as redness, itchiness, swelling, or eye cancer. Most of the eyelash glues in the market today are made using harmful chemicals such as benzoic acid and formaldehyde. A little spill or contact of this product with the eyes results in regrettable dangers. What’s more, eyelash glues contain latex that’s highly reactive with most skins.  

Is this your current predicament? If you are in the market for the best alternatives to your problematic eyelash glue, then read on, as this article contains everything you need to get your eyes popping in no minute. 

Are You Allergic To Eyelash Glue? Here Are the Alternatives

Lucky for you, there exist dozens of safe hypoallergenic and non-latex fake eyelashes adhesives to choose from in the market today. Below are some of the best eyelash glue alternatives for your consideration. 

Self-Adhesive Eyelashes 

It’s undeniably true that your eyes are the window to your soul. They help communicate your feelings, personality, and style. It is for this reason that you will always want to make them pop with the use of fake eyelashes. If you are allergic to the eyelash glue required in making this a reality, you can comfortably turn to self-adhesive lashes as an alternative. 

Self-adhesive eyelashes are safe to use and easy to put on and remove. They don’t require any gluing or magnetics to click on your natural lashes, as they come with their own adhesive strip. 

The only thing you need to consider in putting these lashes on is that the lash on the left side of the tray goes on your left eye and vice versa. Also, be careful not to mess with the sticky edge during the application process to avoid interfering with their sticking ability. 

If the adhesive strip edge of these lashes does not match your eyelid’s width, trim it slowly using a pair of scissors. Next, put them on, and with the use of a pair of tweezers, press them to hold. As you go out looking for self-adhesive eyelashes to use, ensure to settle on high-quality, long-lasting cloves to avoid the embarrassment that comes with cheap, low-quality cleaves. 

Mascara Adhesive

Mascara adhesive is another viable alternative to eyelash glue. This adhesive will come with individual lashes to use. To put your fake lashes on using this option, you only need to apply the mascara adhesive to your natural lashes as you would with normal mascara and give it a few seconds before fixing the lashes on the lash line. 

Magnetic Eyelashes

Magnetic eyelashes are a great alternative to your problematic eyelash glue. These lashes are reusable for up to 20 times, making them budget-friendly and environmentally safe. Magnetic eyelashes contain both a top and bottom lash with small magnets that help keep the lashes together. They also come with a special type of eyeliner that uses iron oxides and other chemicals to attract the eyelashes magnets to it. 

These lashes are easy to apply, maintain and remove. Applying them requires that you apply the top lash on the upper side of your natural lash and fix the bottom lash underneath your natural lashes. To do this, you only need to apply the magnetic eyeliner and give it about 3 minutes to dry before clicking them in. These lashes can also be applied using mascara instead of eyeliner. 

Homemade/DIY Lash Glue

Homemade lash glue is another viable option to use in fixing your falsies instead of the chemical-containing glue sold at your nearest store. One advantage of DIY glue is that you have the option of choosing what ingredients to include and what not to include. 

As such, this glue will offer you the best results with little or no damage to your health. Did we also mention that it could be cheaper than your everyday commercially sold glue? Yes, homemade glue is cheaper and long-lasting compared to other lash glues. 

How To Make Homemade Glue

To make homemade glue, you will require certain ingredients ranging from water, non-toxic white glue, sugar, and a drop of organic honey. The next step after assembling all the ingredients is to mix them all together and stir until the sugar dissolves. 

With this mixture, you have your homemade glue ready to use in putting on your falsies. Now, you can comfortably apply the glue on your false lashes using a Q-tip before placing them on your lash line. This mixture is meant for single-use and will thus require you to keep making a new one every time you want to put the lashes on. 

Equally important, take note that the white glue is also dangerous hence the mixture shouldn’t come into contact with your eyes. 

Eyelash Extensions

An eyelash extension is also another possible alternative to eyelash glue when it comes to solving your false eyelash needs. Though more expensive than the other options getting eyelash extensions will give you permanent results, saving you time and finances. 

The only requirement in this method is to work with a qualified lash artist and notify them of any allergies so that they can get the right adhesive for you. 

Conclusion

Using false eyelashes to make your eyes fuller and outstanding will remain a good beauty option in the many years to come. Even so, you don’t have to risk your eye’s health by using the dangerous chemical containing eyelash glue that does more harm than good. 

Discussed above are viable alternatives to eyelash glue that, besides giving you better results, will help protect your health and money. Why don’t you, therefore, go ahead and ditch that poisonous eyelash glue as soon as now!

 

Brittany
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