What’s ingredients of eyelash glue, THE BEST GLUE IS FRESH GLUE! UNDERSTANDING CYANOACRYLATE...
Do not purchase EYELASH GLUE in bulk or stockpile for future use EVER!
Because eyelash glues are so strong and fast-acting, they all have a short shelf-life and should only be purchased when needed. Specifically, they have an average shelf life of one month once the glue has been opened. It’s best to open immediately after you purchase. EGM makes our glue monthly to ensure that our customers receive the freshest glue possible.
Cyanoacrylate adhesive is the industrial chemical name for what is commonly called “Eyelash Glue”or Eyelash Adhesive" In fact, the term cyanoacrylate glue generally describes quick-bonding short shelf life super glues. Black coloring of some sort is added to Cyanoacrylate which is normally clear to produce what you know as your “Eyelash Glue”.
There are several types of cyanoacrylate used for making eyelash glue. Ethyl cyanoacrylate is the most popular used for the eyelash industry.
How It Works
Cyanoacrylate glue is composed of an acrylic resin. The main ingredient in cyanoacrylate glues, is cyanoacrylate which is an acrylic monomer that transforms to a plastic state after curing.
When any amount of moisture is present, the molecules in the cyanoacrylate glue will react with the moisture on the lash and in the air to form tight chains in between the natural lash and the extension. This reaction generates heat and occurs instantly.
Cyanoacrylates can only bond with a natural lash when there is moisture present. This means if the cyanoacrylate glue is placed on a perfectly dry lash, it will not stick to the lash or form a bond. Adding moisture to the natural lashes or priming during the prepping process will help the glue to bond with the natural lash if the extension doesn’t seem to be sticking.
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