Review - Japanese Eyelash Glue

4 years ago

I usually wear False Lashes for special occasions, like a great night out or for a formal dinner.

Whenever I buy falsies, the first thing I do is throw away the glue.
I find the glue that comes with the falsies are usually low quality and are very "stringy" much like regular glue.

I found this Japanese Eyelash glue at a Watsons in Hong Kong, but you can also easily find them in an Asian mall.

It`s not a tube, it has a very fine brush tip, allowing for more precision application
Glue is black in color, so there are no "white streaks" when it dries
It`s also good for beginners as if you have to remove and redo the lashes, the black glue also doubles up as eyeliner so you don`t ruin your makeup
Inexpensive - $5 a bottle

Only found in Asian malls
Highly waterproof - you need a strong waterproof makeup remover

Even though it looks like a small bottle, you can use this A LOT. It has lasted me well over a year and I`ve worn falsies for about 30 occasions in the past year.

It`s an amazing product for anyone starting out with falsies for the first time as the brush allows for beginner application. Even if you don`t have steady hands, it`s fine.

If your lashes start to droop a little, you can easily fix it with the brush application.

The only problem I had was that it was extremely hard to wash off. I had to keep rubbing with my Nivea Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover.

Overall, it`s a great product for those who use false lashes on an irregular basis and for the beginners.

Hope that helps!

*photo is mine*


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