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Glue Remover for Eyelash Extensions

One thing is certain about all eyelash extensions; sooner or later they will have to come off. The eyelash extensions glue remover is designed to make that process irritation-free and as painless as possible. Extensions are fixed into place with a surgical-grade adhesive, designed to withstand water, soap and sweat. To dissolve it, you need an eyelash extensions glue remover that's strong enough to do the job, but still safe enough to be used near your eyes.

Clear Glue Remover for Eyelash Extensions

Any professional that applies bright colour eyelashes will use a clear glue to fix them into place. If you dressed up and added colourful eyelash extensions for a weekend event, chances are that they won't match your work clothes on Monday. Clear glue remover for eyelash extensions is designed for these type of situations where you need to quickly revert to your former state. This glue remover will dissolve the glue and detach your extensions without causing any damage to them. If you keep your used extensions and store them properly, after a while you can create your own false eyelash set. Extensions are reusable, and you can apply new glue to them, however, you have to pay close attention to hygiene as they rest just above and below your eye.

Black Glue Remover for Eyelash Extensions

The black glue remover for eyelash extensions is essentially the same substance as the clear glue remover with a few additives that make sure you clean out the colour as well. Black or dark glue is used to create contrast and give a more intense look to the eyelashes. Essentially, it's similar to a mix of glue and eyeliner, which means that you need something that dissolves them both.

Use Them with Caution

Apply the glue remover for eyelash extensions with caution. As a general rule of thumb, if you haven't glued on the eyelashes yourself, do not try to remove them on your own. Still, for those brave enough to try, there are whole kits with tweezers and other support equipment which can help you maintain and remove eyelash extensions at home.

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