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Hello, Beautiful guys,

Today I would like to talk about Extension lash glue

Prettyjenny inc. has a various Extension lash glue for everyone.


Extension eyelash glue is used to attach a lash extension to your natural eyelashes during extension eyelash process. While it may seem that any adhesive can be used to achieve this, using the incorrect type of glue could wreak havoc on your natural lashes.

Low-Quality adhesives can make your extensions uncomfortable, flaky and can be pain and discomfort!!

Because lash extensions can be pricey and are a true investment into your beauty regimen, it’s important that the adhesive technician uses is of the highest quality so that you’re left with the natural-looking lashes you’ve always dreamed of.

Extension glue side effect 1.

The main ingredient in all lash adhesives is cyanoacrylate, a fast-drying, glue-like chemical bonding agent.

This compound is made from cyanide and acrylate, which both sound like things you definitely shouldn’t put near your eye, but stay with me here. Cyanide is a carbon atom that is triple-bonded to a nitrogen atom.

On its own, cyanide can be extremely dangerous, but it is necessary as a thickening agent for adhesives. Once the adhesive is fully processed and manufactured, the cyanide is completely neutralized and isn’t found in the final product at all. Acrylate is a conjugate base of acrylic acid. Acrylic acid is an organic acid that quickly hardens or thickens when exposed to air which aids in the fast-drying component of professional lash adhesives.

Now that we understand the chemical makeup of lash adhesives, let’s dive into the factors that differentiate lash adhesives from one another.

Drying Time

The process of applying lash extensions requires adhering a single lash extension to a single natural lash. This process needs a level of precision that will align bot the natural and extension lash long enough for the adhesive to dry. As you know, holding these two tiny lashes together for long amounts of time can be extremely difficult. It is where the drying time of the lash adhesive.

Cyanoacrylate, the main ingredient found in lash adhesive, dries almost instantly so your technician doesn’t have to hold the lashes in position for more than a few seconds. Cyanoacrylate cures when it comes into contact with water, so the higher the humidity of the room your extensions are applied in, the faster the adhesive will dry.


The lash extensions are intended to lash anywhere from 4-8 weeks. Due to this, the lash glue should be much stronger in order to keep your natural lashes attached to the extensions for long periods of time.

This is where methyl methacrylate comes in handy. Methyl methacrylate is a monomer made of methyl (a single carbon atom) and acrylate, the organic acid found in cyanoacrylate that causes the adhesive to harden. When this compound is polymerized and used in conjunction with cyanoacrylate it acts as a reinforcer that strengthens the adhesive’s bond.

In summary, methyl methacrylate is the strong arm of your lash adhesive. So next time you wake up in the morning with beautifully full week 5 lashes, make sure to thank methyl methacrylate!


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