Why you’ll love this:
It’s similar to the original True Glue all-natural lash adhesive because it’s very safe for your eyes, skin, and lashes. Our vegan eyelash adhesive is long-lasting, due to a few amazing ingredients. We used a super-mild, safe and diluted synthetic polymer to make it more durable and water resistant. Put your falsies on early in the morning with this 100% vegan lash adhesive – and they won’t budge an inch all day.
That’s not the only reason why you’ll love this, though. This lash adhesive is available in three different colors. What’s more, it’s not only perfectly safe to wear on a daily basis, but it’s also healthy for you. Its mix of ingredients – like botanical proprieties from essential oils and nourishing castor oil – deeply hydrate your natural lashes, elevating your “Wow!” factor (whether you’re wearing falsies or not).
100% vegan. Free of animal-derived ingredients. Never tested on animals.
How to use: Apply a thin layer of the adhesive to the band of the false eyelash. Allow it to dry slightly and get tacky (around 30 seconds). Apply lash band to the base of your upper lash line.
Formulated without: rubber, latex, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, GMOs, triclosan, formaldehyde, ammonia, fragrance, animal-derived ingredients, phenoxyethanol, silicones, BHT, mineral oil, formaldehyde releasing compounds, petrolatum, glycols, triethanolamine, heavy metals.
Formulated with: Super mild and diluted synthetic polymer, chamomile essential oil and nourishing castor oil to deeply hydrate your natural lashes. Even frequent false lash wearers don’t have to worry about damage to their natural lashes.
Content: 5 mL.
Ingredients: Acrylates/Ethylhexyl Acrylate Copolymer, Aqua, Hydrogenated castor oil, Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile) oil, C.I. 16185 (FD&C Red No. 2), C.I. 42090 (Blue No. 1 FD&C Lake).
Adult use only. The use by children and teenagers should be done under adult supervision. Keep away from children and pets. Use only as directed. If the product gets into the eyes, wash immediately with water and seek medical assistance.