What is an Eyelash Patch Test?
There are 2 ways of patch testing your eyelash extensions.
1) Drop a small amount of glue (just one or two drops) behind the ear
2) Apply a small amount of glue to the outer corner of your last 3 lashes
We recommend you do both.
1) Method One: Dropping glue on skin behind the ear:
This method is super quick and easy. Just drop a small amount of adhesive right behind the ear, on the lower side. This is a very sensitive area of skin, and please allow 24 hours to see if any reaction develops. If irritation occurs, we recommend using a different glue or not applying lashes extensions.
2) Method Two: Applying glue on outer corners:
Apply a small amount of glue to the outer corner of each eye, just three eyelashes is enough. Again please allow 24 hours to see if there is any reaction. If irritation occurs, we recommend using a different glue or not applying lashes extensions.
If there is no adverse reaction to both of the above tests after 24 hours, you should be ok to proceed with applying your new lashes with the glue provided.
The glue should be used for the purposes of affixing the eyelashes only and is only suitable for use externally.
The glue contains polyacrylate and ammonium sulphate. Polyacrylate and ammonium sulphate can cause mild skin irritation in some cases. We therefore strongly advise you to carry out patch testing, following the above guidelines, before applying your first lash. If you have any doubts please consult with your own GP or medical consultant before use. Anyone with sensitive skin, on long term medication or skin treatments should also consult GP or medical consultant before using this product.
Glamify Beauty and all approved retailers take no reponsibility for misapplication of the product. Following the above patch testing techniques reduces significantly but does not entirely remove the risk of irritation. Application is therefore at each user's risk. Application must always be carried out by an adult.
If accidentally ingested seek medical attention immediately.
Anyone with known allergies of the above ingredients (see glue composition) should avoid use of this product.
If the glue comes into contact with the eye itself rinse eye for several minutes under running water. Consult a medical practitioner if symptoms or irritation persist.