Glue for eyelash extensions can turn white when exposed to high humidity or moisture. This is known as shock polymerization, and it causes the adhesive to cure too quickly, resulting in a weakened bond and an icy white appearance. To prevent this from happening, it's important to keep the nanomister at least one foot away from the lashes when performing nanomization. Additionally, it's important to store the glue in a cool, dark place and to clean the nozzle and cap before use.
If glue does get on the skin, it can be gently peeled off once it hardens. For sensitive customers, a low smoke content glue is best, while for those who are not sensitive, a stronger glue is preferable. The glue is usually black to match the eyelashes, but when it gets wet before curing, it will harden too quickly and take on a white film-like appearance.