When it comes to false lash adhesive, there’s so many different options to choose from, however the Velour Lash & Go Eyeliner and Lash Adhesive Hybrid is something that’s completely new and innovative, and it’s genius too. If you’d like to know all about this new lash launch, keep on reading.
Velour Lash & Go Eyeliner and Lash Adhesive Hybrid
This unique marbled formula is said to revolutionize the way you think about lashes and liner. Delivering impact and making lash application more effortless than ever before.
Designed to work as a liquid eyeliner once wet, but it also works as a lash adhesive when dry meaning it’s a quick and easy 2 in 1 step. Once dry, the Velour Lash & Go Eyeliner and Lash Adhesive Hybrid features intense black pigment.
Velour claim you’ll be able to use the Lash & Go, if you can apply liner as you’ll be able to do lashes and liner in one step, streamlining your makeup routine and it removes the barrier of entry for false lash application.
- Starting with one eye, apply Lash & Go eyeliner from inner to outer corner of lash line.
- Directly apply false lashes along your lash line and adjust as necessary.
- Repeat on other eye. No lash glue needed.
- Apply Lash and Go Eyeliner from the inner to outer corner along upper lash line.
- For best results, use the eyeliner wand on an angle and start with light pressure.
Water (Aqua / Eau), Rubber Latex, Acrylates Copolymer, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Ammonium Acrylates Copolymer, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Glycerin, Black 2(Ci 77266) (Nano), Polyester-5, PVP, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, PVM/MA Decadiene Crosspolymer, Laureth-4, Carbon Black (Ci 77266), Disodium EDTA, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate.
The Velour Lash & Go Eyeliner and Lash Adhesive Hybrid features a black satin-matte finish and a smudge-proof formula for all day wear.
The liner/glue hybrid has a long, flexible foam applicator with a super sharp point which will be fab for creating winged liner designs. I think this whole concept is genius. I personally prefer to use black lash glue anyway, as it helps to blend the lash line in a little, compared to clear lash adhesive.
I often go back in with a liquid liner just to touch up the lash line for a seamless blend between my false lashes and my natural lash line.
The Velour Lash & Go Eyeliner and Lash Adhesive Hybrid does feature latex, so if you have a latex allergy or sensitivity, it’s something to bear in mind.