Ardell LashTite Adhesive for Individual Lashes, Clear - 0.125 oz


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Product Name Ardell LashTite Adhesive for Individual Lashes, Clear - 0.125 oz
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Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
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Item No. 0400080

Ardell Adhesive is the secure and comfortable way to attach your favorite individual false lashes. The trusted dermatologist and ophthalmologist-tested brand holds lashes safely while the special waterproof formula keeps them secure. Whether donning false lashes daily or saving them for a special occasion, this adhesive is trustworthy day after day.

Features & Benefits:

  • Quickly, holds lashes
  • Easy-to-use
  • Waterproof

Before applying individual lashes, thoroughly clean your natural eyelashes and eyelids so they are makeup and oil free. Pour 2-3 drops of the lashtite adhesive on to a small piece of foil. Tightly close bottle to prevent spills or drying out of adhesive. Gently grasp a single lash with tweezers near knotted end and pull from tray. Dip knotted end of lash into adhesive. Do not fully coat lash as more adhesive does not improve adhesion. Starting at the outer corner of eye. Place lash on top of your natural lash with the knotted end as close as possible without touching it. Gradually apply lashes working towards the inner corner of eye. Your lashes can be easily removed with specially formulated ardell lashfree adhesive remover. Never try to pull them off after adhesive has set.


Methoxyisopropyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Alcohol Denat.


Keep away from children. Use only as directed. Avoid getting into eyes. If contact occurs, wash immediately with lukewarm water. Flammable. Keep away from heat and flame.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including , which is known to the State of California to cause . For more information go to