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Introduction to Lash Extension Glue
  • What is Lash Extension Glue?
  • What's in the lash glue?  
  • Latex-Free? Formaldehyde-free?


What is Lash Extension Glue?

Eyelash extension adhesive, or lash glue, plays a vital role in the lash application process. It is used to attach lash extensions to a person’s natural eyelashes.



What's in the lash glue? 

The main ingredient in all lash glue is cyanoacrylate, a fast-drying, glue-like chemical bonding agent. It is the basic material for all fast-drying glue.

Cyanoacrylate dries almost instantly when your technician adheres a single lash extension precisely to a single natural lash, making it easier for the application process.

For sensitive eyes, the lash glue with softer cyanoacrylate with the least chance of causing allergic reaction is made.

Lash glue with alkoxy compound from Beauty7 Lashes

Safety of Glue

The safety of lash glue is the biggest concern with eyelash extensions though the extensions are applied to your natural eyelashes, not your eyelids.

Latex and Formaldehyde are the two concerning ingredients in lash glue.


Latex-Free? Formaldehyde-free? 

What does Latex-Free mean?

Latex as found in nature is a milky fluid, in simple words, natural rubber.

Latex could possibly cause allergic reactions in some people, and that could be dangerous.

To ensure client safety, most lash glue suppliers decided to exclude latex from the ingredients.


What does Formaldehyde-free mean?

Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound with the formula CH2O (H−CHO).

Formaldehyde would be toxic to humans if it is inhaled in large quantities over a long time. Formaldehyde-free glue is not harmful to health and is safe to use.


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