About Eyelash Adhesive
This latex adhesive is safe and comfortable providing the perfect amount of hold for false lashes, glitter, and other cosmetic accessories. It is in a liquid form when dispensed from the tube and quickly changes to a rubber-like consistency when it exposed to the air.
How To Use
Apply a thin line along the base of false lash. (Never apply directly to the eyelids.) Let it set for 30 seconds or until it feels sticky. Center the lash close to the base of your natural lashes and press ends into place. To secure the lash firmly, gently press down the lash strip from one end to the other until adhesive is dry.
- Size: 7 g
Water, Rubber Latex, Cellulose Gum, Sodium, Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Ammonium Hydroxide, Fragrance (Parfum), Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool, Formaldehyde
Shipping & ReturnsFree Shipping
Beautylish offers free shipping to the U.S. on all orders $35 and up. For all other orders, we offer $5 flat rate shipping.Fast Delivery
We ship using FedEx Express (2 business days from order shipment date) and FedEx Ground (3-5 business days from order shipment date).Satisfaction Guaranteed
If you are less than completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your order within 60 days (from the delivery date) for a full refund. We'll cover the cost of return shipping within the U.S..
ReviewsSarah T. Mar 03, 2013
Best on the market !
I am completely in love with this ! I wear false eyelashes most days and i would be lost without this lash adhesive.
Strong hold that lasts all day, Any excess glue is completely invisible, Dries clear fast, Available in clear and black, No nasty smells like other adhesives, No irritation whatsoever, And one bottle lasts a long time so its great value for money!5 found this helpful.Asia T. Jun 25, 2011
hello everyone! i have tried a couple of different eyelash adhesives and this one is the ONLY one i use now. I did not want to buy it b/c it was like $7, but i would rather pay the $7 versus getting others that make my lashes fall off. I use the black one versus the clear one (like it better and looks natural) and it makes those lashes stick through sweat and some crying. i would def recommend this to everyone.4 found this helpful.Elisa E. Jan 30, 2014
The best there is!
I have been using and loving this stuff for 12 years now, I wear false lashes daily, with every look, so I know a few things about lashes and lash adhesive, lol. :) I have it in both Clear/white and Dark tone, I perfer dark tone but love having a tube of the clear around to use for glitter and crystal rhinestones. I have used other lash glues like Lash grip (Brought one tube used it twice and threw it away) and a little tube of the super cheap stuff that comes with a pair of lashes sometimes, in case of an emergency, but nothing does it like Duo :) When you use this stuff you never have to worry about the edges of your lashes popping up. I will continue using this forever, because it's seriously the best out there.3 found this helpful.Rebecca C. Jul 13, 2014
Tired and true!
This is by far hands down the best lash glue out there on the market today. I love this stuff it holds really well and is not expensive at all you can find this at target and its seven bucks they have two different shades the white one and the black one both are perfect albeit the black is more natural. I recommend picking this up you wont be disappointed2 found this helpful.Dominique M. Dec 23, 2013
I like the DUO lash glue. This is my go-to eyelash glue when applying band lashes. I prefer the dry black because it looks more natural unlike the dry clear because of the shine. It's quick drying and the glue can be peeled off the lash strip after it dries incase you messed up the application or simply want to reuse your lash strips.2 found this helpful.Winnie N. Mar 11, 2020
I really love this lash glue. I am a new falsies user and am not the most precise so far at placing it on my monolids. However because it dries clear it allows room for error. The tack can be peeled off the lash band afterwards if you want to reuse the lash band. One con may be that the dispenser hole while tiny looking, is still a tad too big for delicate precise placement on something like a thin lash band. So be careful not to be heavy handed! Kind of squeezed out a large chunk by accident all over the lashes, but that was my fault though.. >.<