Saturday, 18 August 2018

New Glue, HBU?*


As a false lash obsesso, I'm always on the hunt for dece lash glues that'll hold my look in place & not betray me with a half-hanger-off situ. Until now, I've bulk bought Eylure lash glue off eBay [cos I'm poor AF & tbh, boring & always end up buying the same sh*t out of habit] - but I was recently sent this Kiss Strip Lash Adhesive* with Aloe Vera which has changed up my lash game a  fair bit. 

It's gentle, dries clear, is totes contact lense friendly [as yes, I am very short-sighted in my old age & rely on my lenses to function as a human] and available in ya local Boots for £3.49 [oh plus it's currently on offer in there too, #winning] - meaning it's a lot more accessible than putting an offer in online & waiting 2-5 business days for your adhesive to arrive.

Kiss Strip Lash Adhesive with Aloe Vera Review, Lovelaughslipstick BlogKiss Strip Lash Adhesive with Aloe Vera Review, Lovelaughslipstick Blog

I used this glue pretty much as soon as it arrived [well, after quickly snapping these shots #BloggerProbs] as I couldn't contain my excitement to try an alternative adhesive; from a brand that are fast becoming one of my go-to lash creators [Kiss.] This day also happened to be one of the rare occurences where I left the house and went outside - where it was windy AF & totes put this glue through its paces. 

Kiss Strip Lash Adhesive with Aloe Vera Review, Lovelaughslipstick Blog

It passed, by the way. My lashes weren't going anywhere. The glue is very tacky, very strong & very secure once it's dried into place; coming out of the tube white & drying clear, as promised. Without any irritation or weird itching / eye watering sensations. Yaaaaas Kiss, you kweens!

A little goes a long way; don't go too rogue and apply loads of this stuff to the base of your falsies - you will be waiting for the rest of your life for it to dry... and it's likely you'll end up with excess on ya lids when you first attempt to stick your falsies in place. My top tip when using this adhesive is to apply it to the band of your lashes [the fake ones, not ya real ones] using a little brush; which keeps it precise, evenly distributes the product along the base & means you don't use too much. That's what I've been doing when using it, and I've been buzzin' with the results - which have felt more secure & long lasting than my old eBay Eylure adhesive option ever did.

Kiss Strip Lash Adhesive with Aloe Vera Review, Lovelaughslipstick Blog

If you're a lash obsesso, in need of a new adhesive or fancy trying something new in the eyelash department, I'd defo recommend picking up a tube of this stuff. I'm pretty picky with glues, but this one ticks all me boxes and won't cost you a small fortune / betray you in public.

Are you a fan of Kiss products?
*This post contains an item I was gifted for the purpose of review, but as always, all opinions are totes my own. oh also, affiliate links may be used within this article; as with all posts on this site. You can check out me Disclaimer to find out more about what that means xo
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