Anonymous wrote: Looking at their pictures, these styles you mentioned seem shorter and lighter than the others, is this why they work better?
The styles Cindy mentioned all have shorter lash length than other styles, such as #101, #111, etc. I also like to add two other comparable short styles, #109 and #126, to this list. Fashion lashes #110 is in fact the top selling style preferred by our asian lash wearers.
Anonymous wrote:This is for my daughter's dance performance
The styles mentioned above are suitable for daily wear and will provide that glamorous look on the stage. Why not give Elise lashes or Ardell Elegant lashes a try See them at http://www.madamemadeline.com/online_shoppe/products.asp?cat=30
Many of these lashes come with glitters or rhinestones that will sure stand out of the stage.
Anonymous wrote: Ardell one that seemed irritating to the eyes, and a white creamy kind that doesn't seem to stick.
You are definitely correct. Ardell LashGrip adhesive can be a little harsh for someone who has sensitive, easily irritated eyes. Duo Surgical lash adhesive is a gentler lash glue, however the hold it provides is sometimes less than adequate. For sensitive eyes, it is important to apply the eyelash strip slightly above (with a little extra space if necessary) your natural lashline. Do not apply the false eyelash strip right at or too close to the lash line, or else, the lash adhesive and/or eyelash strip can cause irritation to the eyes.