It can be difficult to know what type of glue is best for your lash extensions. A lot of the products on the market are similar, but not exactly what you're looking for. In this article, I'll help you understand what to look for in a lash extension glue and how it will affect your lashes.

When you are looking for eyelash extension adhesive, there are a few things to consider. The type of adhesive, the hold, and the thickness of the glue are all important factors when selecting the best lash glue for your needs. There are two types of adhesive used in lash extension glue: agar-agar and cyanoacrylate. Both have their pros and cons, so it is important to choose the right one for your project. 

Agar-agar is a natural adhesive made from seaweed. It is light and flexible, making it perfect for delicate lashes. However, it does not have a stronghold and may not last long. Cyanoacrylate is a popular adhesive because it has a strong hold and can last up to six weeks. However, it is more difficult to work with because it is thick and sticky.

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a lash glue is the hold it will give your lashes. Some adhesives have a stronger hold than others, so it is important to choose one that will work well with your particular lashes. Cyanoacrylate adhesives tend to be thicker and have a stronger hold. So, choose a glue that is water-resistant. Most lash extension glues are water-resistant, but some are not. If you're using glue that is not water-resistant, make sure you seal the extension with an adhesive sealant before wetting it down.