If you like wearing false lashes or you’ve decided that this is the year that you finally nail false lash application, I’m going to be sharing some latex free eyelash glues with you.
There are so many different lash adhesives on the market from all different price points – but how do they differ?! I personally have a latex allergy, so I can only ever use latex free eyelash glues.
Latex free eyelash glues had a bad reputation for being ineffective but that’s far from the case now and you don’t have to spend a lot to get a good quality latex free eyelash glue either.
Latex Free Eyelash Glues
Ardell Brush On Strip Lash Adhesive £4.99
Ardell are one of the best brands for drugstore false eyelashes as they have such an extensive range with lots of different styles. Seeing as I like the Ardell lashes so much, I thought I’d try their glue offering especially as it’s latex free.
The glue is clear with a long, narrow brush which you can use to ‘paint’ the glue along the lash band without applying too much. It becomes sticky quickly so you can apply quickly and it keeps my lashes in place all day.
Duo Brush On Strip Lash Adhesive £5.99
Duo are one of the most well known brands when it comes to lash glues, and they have a good range of glues to choose from. My favourite is this black version as you don’t have to worry about noticeable glue on your lash band, and it blends in well with the lashes without having to use eyeliner to blend the lashes in. This glue also has a small brush for easy application with a hypoallergenic latex free formula.
Esqido Companion Lash Glue $10
I love the Esqido lashes, so I knew I needed to try the lash glue, especially as I’d read so many rave reviews. The packaging is so luxe for latex free eyelash glue, with a pretty rose gold metallic tube.
The glue goes on white, but it does dry clear, which is great if you prefer more subtle lash styles. It’s one of the most long lasting lash glues I’ve tried, and you get a decent amount in the tube too.
They are my top picks for latex free eyelash glues, all of which are under £10 and very effective.
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