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Eyelash Glues Winter Protection & Why Does Eyelash Glue Cause Allergies?

Eyelash Glues Winter Protection

Why winter?

Because the properties of the eyelashes glues are affected by the temperature and humidity in the air, even on the same day, the difference between the temperature and humidity will result in the difference between the speed, taste and strength of the glue. So how do you maintain the stability of glue?

Want to glue more firmly in winter, please do this!

Prepare a sensitive temperature gauge for grafting; Please confirm that the temperature is between 20 and 25 degrees; Please confirm that the humidity is between 50% and 65%; Do not vent to air conditioning, such as air conditioning


In operation, to maintain the temperature in the 20 to 25 ℃ for the best, if the temperature is too high, it can make quality decline of vinyl that affect viscosity; The reverse, low temperature will affect the quality of the black glue.

Indoor humidity is maintained at 55 per cent, while the acceptable range is between 50 and 65 per cent.When the gel is at 65% or above, the hardening speed will be accelerated and the toughness will decrease, it’s a lot more fragile than normal. That’s why many of the ciliators say the same kind of glue, suddenly they’re not strong. On the other hand, the humidity is too low because there is not enough moisture to help.

Why Does Eyelashes Glues Cause Allergies?

eyelashes Glues material

In most cases, Cyanoacrylate (the main component of eyelashes glues) is known to be the substance that causes the glue allergy. 

You’ve probably learned that eyelashes glues cures by its reaction to humidity (to be specific, Cyanoacrylate does). So, the nature of Cyanoacrylate is to attach itself to any humidity it can find.

And where is the most humid part of our face? Eyes and nostrils. That’s why the glue allergy starts from these places with symptoms like watery eyes and runny nose.

However, Our eyelashes glues is produced according to the national cosmetics quality inspection requirements. and our Eyelashes glues meets the relevant national standards, it will not such problems, so do not worry.

Skin issues

The second reason of allergies, many friends said, I used to use faux eyelashes glues is not allergic, why is it allergic now? Is the skin thinner?

In fact, this is not a thinning of the skin. Due to the long-term use of Eyelashes glues on the eyelids, the Lash glue covers the skin for too long, and the skin is in an airtight state, which may cause eczema and become red and itchy.

This phenomenon is especially true in summer.In addition, when the eyelashes are removed, the excessive viscosity may be excessively applied or the glue may be too thick, which may cause strain on the skin.

eyelashes glues with two pairs of false mink lashes in a box

Some people say that my skin is thin and easy to cause damage. In fact, people’s facial skin is also composed of stratum corneum and dermis. The stratum corneum has the effect of protecting the skin. He will naturally fall off.

Hypoallergenic eyelashes glues

Of course, if your skin has reached this level, and you want to do eye makeup, I suggest you use hypoallergenic glues, but hypoallergenic lash glue is also useful for most allergies. After all, there are many allergies symptoms are not completely caused by external skin or natural environment.

There are also many allergies caused by problems in the body. Allergic foods or foods that are allergic to foods may also have an allergic reaction to skin surface. These can not be unilaterally blamed on cosmetics. As a result, personal advice is that this situation should not be suspect merely, look for a general skin care to check the cause and then deal with it.

There are a lot of eyeLashes glues on the market, and there are not many types of hypoallergenic eyelash glue . Here I introduce you to Lashes Amor hypoallergenic glues . The main reason is that this lash glues is not expensive and is useful to most people with allergies. It is very healthy and Safety.

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