As a lash obsesso, I wear a pair of falsies every day of my life. My natural lashes have never really been the same since the horrific eyelash curler incident of 2003, so they need all the help they can get. Plus, there's something about repping a good set of lashes that makes me feel so much better about the car crash which is the rest of my face.
My go-to, all time favourite lashes are from Lash Unlimited. I place an order for these bad boys every pay day to replenish my stock pile; their #9s are everything and I wear them on the daily.
Recently, Lash Unlimited released a brand new, latex-free, waterproof lash glue [you can check it out here] which I needed to have in my life. If it was anything like their lashes, I knew it'd be frigging sweeeeeeeeeeeeet. These tubes of adhesive cost just £4.89 for 7g, have screw top lids and are kind to sensitive eyes. Super amazing value.
Lash Unlimited have been working on their glue formula for months, to bring us a strong sticky glue, that's easy to remove and not harsh on the eye. Is it really as great as it sounds?
In a word, yeah. It's frigging fab. It did take me a while to get used to at first, I'll admit - as its formula is more watery than the Eylure adhesive I've used up until now. However, I've totally got used to it now and have discovered that applying the glue to the base of the lashes with a little brush is the way to go; for ultimate precision.
I really love it; it's lightweight, holds your lashes in place for the full day and doesn't feel clumpy or heavy on your eyelids in the slightest. You can barely feel it at all in fact - it's so light and fluttery. The best thing about this glue, aside from its lack of latex and kindness to sensitive eyes - is how easy it is to remove. When you come to remove your lashes at the end of a long day, it's honestly so simple - not like any other lash glue I've tried. There's no pulling, no soreness and no tears - it just breezes right off.
What do you use to fix your falsies in place?