Ardell LashFree Eyelash Adhesive Remover
Patience required, it works
I put on the individual lashes using the clear glue - which is like superglue - and think I used too much since it was my first time. The next day I really wanted to get the lashes off as I'm not used to them. (I used the medium length black knotted lashes.... Next time I will probably use the short black knot free as the medium ones were too long for my taste.) So to get them off I followed the directions except I used a pointed q-tip makeup applicator to apply the solvent. I put a tissue on my bottom eyelid to keep the stuff out of my eye. I had to keep brushing this stuff all over the lashes from the base to the ends to make sure all the glue was softened. DON'T pull or tug on the lashes. Just gently wiggle after you've applied some for a few minutes, and if they don't budge, keep putting more of this stuff on the lashes until they come off gently and easily. If you don't you will lose your real eyelashes. With patience all of your natural lashes will still be there. Mine were fine but it took FOREVER! I didn't have any stinging because I covered my lower lid with tissue folded up and didn't get it in my eye. Afterwards I wiped with oil based makeup remover, then regular makeup remover and a very warm rag which conditioned my real lashes. I think I maybe could stand to wear the shorter ones for longer than two days, we'll see :)
August 28, 2012
the ONLY thing that removes LASHTITE
I use the little individual false lashes all the time, and i have been using them since i was in my sophmore year of college. if you want them to stay all day, all nite, through the weekend, what ever you HAVE to use LASHTITE clear lash glue. but its like nail glue, and NOTHING will dissolve, soften or remove that glue EXCEPT this. this is a little oily feeling and stings your eyes a bit too, but you cant use anything else!
and it does work really well.
December 4, 2008