#7 Adhesive Blooming - Lash Glue and Polymerisation

Has your glue ever gone white in the lash line? Join LV founder @kimberley_haworth as she explains why!

This short clip is all about polymerisation. It is what we call rapid polymerisation, ideally meaning that the glue is setting too fast.

This can be due to a few reasons;

  1. Too much glue and that the glue is setting slowly, getting more exposure to moisture and it is blooming and becoming a weak bond.
  2. It could be due to the adhesive coming in contact with moisture from the eye, so the eye could be weeping, touching the adhesive and causing it to bloom.
  3. Thirdly it could be balmy with lots of moisture in your room…. while unlikely… it could be the cause.

Head to our IGTV post below to watch the short video!

https://www.instagram.com/p/CCrkxaeHfke/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=197cf813-a79e-4118-80f4-9d47e7d2a37c

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