Cyanoacrylate adhesive is the industrial chemical name for what is commonly referred to as “eyelash glue” or “eyelash adhesive”. In fact, the term cyanoacrylate glue generally describes superglues with fast adhesion and short lifespan. Cyanoacrylate is found in all eyelash adhesives, including eyelash extension glue for sensitive or allergic eyes. What many people don't know is that there are 5 types of cyanoacrylate with different characteristics.
Cyanoacrylates constitute almost all the strong glues found on the market, including Super Glue and all industrial adhesives. A local woman says her eyelashes were ruined after she paid to have false eyelashes for long-term use at a beauty salon in the area. For customers with curly eyelashes, the use of a low viscosity glue will decrease extension retention. It's important to check the eyelashes after the extensions, to see if there are any eyelashes attached to the side.
Eyelash extension adhesives are made from adhesive ingredients, thickening agents, stabilizers, colorants, and may contain other compounds for various purposes. For example, if technicians use 1 to 2 seconds of quick-drying glue when their skill level actually takes 3 to 4 seconds to apply the extensions to natural eyelashes, retention will inevitably decrease, since extension eyelashes are applied to natural eyelashes after the glue is already a little dry. PMMA is the key to the adhesion of eyelash extension adhesives, as it strengthens and ensures that the bond between the extension and the natural eyelash remains intact until the real eyelashes come off naturally. All types of eyelash extension adhesives use cyanoacrylate, which is the only component that can be genuinely hardened under these circumstances.
There are several types of cyanoacrylates, but ethyl, butyl and alkoxy are the most common additives for eyelash adhesives. It's no secret that eyelash extensions can make a big difference in your overall appearance, especially when you're attending a special event. Eyelash extension adhesives are a key consideration if you want beautiful eyelash extensions that last a long time. Studies have shown that eyelash glues can cause a variety of serious health problems, from redness and pain to serious eye infections and even cancer when used for a long period of time.
Although small amounts are released during an eyelash appointment, some people may have sensitivities and experience an allergic reaction. There are three main things that professional eyelash technicians use to speed up healing time. For formaldehyde to be toxic to humans, it must be inhaled in large quantities over an extended period, and that's not possible during a normal process of applying eyelash extensions.