Unlisted Brand • Koji Eye Talk • Eyes
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Other, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I gotta say, I love the packaging. It's cute, pink and comes with the fork! BUT- I will NOT repurchase this. This smells like perming solution! The tiniest drop of water, humidity or moisture will cause this to become non-adhesive to my skin. It is also very expensive. Instead of this, I reccommend the Darkness Double Eyelid glue (it's the only that turns from flourescent blue to clear). It is VERY sticky and will withstand small amounts of moisture, humidity, sweat...
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
All my life I had puffy thick monolids and was never able to apply eye makeup. I started using eyetalk when I first found out about it in 2002. I used it daily and after a few years my crease would stay for a few hours after removing the glue at night. All this consistency paid off. and around 2 years ago I managed to get a permenant double eyelid (tapered, sometimes parallel) on 1 eye! My other eye can maintain its crease for the whole day if I put glue on it for 2-3 hours then remove it; but it goes back to monolid when I wake up the next day. I am still using this glue everyday for my monolid eye, hopefully one day it will turn double as well. Sometimes I use this on my eye with double eyelid as well, if I want the crease to be extra prominent that day.
I will continue using this product forever, and I always have a few back ups. I've been using it for 10 years, and if you keep at it, it may give you that nice double eyelid you always wanted! Plus, you can use it for false eyelashes too.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Please read this if you would like to know how I managed to get double eyelids!
To start out, I have Koji glue in the green/white bottle and it doesn't work for me as the glue tends to come undone. BUT I really like the little bottle it comes in. So I rinsed it out and put regular lash glue for fake lashes in there. First I used LashGrip and then switched over to DUO. Both work really well as eyelid glue and I only need to use a small amount. It's discrete to the point of being invisible. The brush applicator that comes with Koji makes it quick and easy to apply. Also, practice makes perfect. By the end of the day I remove it with water or makeupremover. The glue turns white when in contact with water and you can easily peel it off the skin. Super easy!
About a month ago I decided to start wearing the glue on a daily basis instead of just for "special" occasions because I read that some people ended up with more permanent creases by doing this. I've used the method with glue for probably two years now, but only on special occasions. And this is still quite shocking to me but within less than a month of using it consistently my right eye's crease STAYS put even after I remove the glue in the evening. So now I only have to glue that eye every once in a while for it to maintain the crease. For me left eye that is still a monolid I continue to use the glue.
I was contemplating getting surgery before because I was having such problems with applying makeup and making my eyeliner and shadow not smudge etc. I'm so happy that I tried this out and I wanted to share my story with you guys. Btw. I have small, natural creases but it makes a world of a difference to just have that crease there compared to having monolids.
March 26 UPDATE: Both my eyelids have now been double for over three days in a row. Yay! It paid off to be consistent with the glue.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Black
I haven't had much luck with other glues so I thought I'd try this one since it has numerous good review. I'm not disappointed as it works as stated, does stay on. But it's probably just my type of eyelids which produces a weird effect. I will try it as a glue for false eyelashes. In any case, the double/single prong is useful (compared to the other cheaper glues which only comes with a double prong) and the ring design to store it on the bottle is GREAT!! cos I keep losing the other prongs :)
Will review on the fibre for eyelids which I recommend the other reviewers below to give a try. Product link below
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
OMG this is so frustrating! i just type a super long review and i accidently close the browser! Anyways... i gt this product 1 week ago at Watsons (Singapore drug store). It's S$15 and i think its kinda worth if you are using it on a daily/ frequent basis. Saw it somewhere on one of the reviews that it can last you for a year! The packaging looks kinda normal, a bottle of glue and the 2 sided prong/ tool to create your desired crease. I personally have monolids and i think this product will be very useful for me (if i can grasp the technique gd enough! haha). I hate stickers, cos it's really obvious and kinda impossible to cover it with makeup. Been trying it a couple of times at home and these are some difficulties that i faced so far: Prong/ tool stuck on the glue and (probably i applied too much) there's obvious glue residue which makes my eyes looks funny (I rmb my bf said i look like i had a failed eye surgery! LOL). And it only lasted me for 30 mins? Althou most review say it can last for the whole day w/o touch up! But i guess partly because i still dunno how to use it. These are some of the advices after i watch some of the youtube tutorials (will be providing the link below): Apply thin layer to prevent glue residues. Only apply the prong/ tool on desired crease after the glue turns completely clear which will take ard 30 secs - 1min. You can put it after your make up. Personally i think it's easier.btr this way, instead of trying to do you makeup after you apply the glue. Althou i have not quite get the techniques perfectly but i'm quite confident that if most ppl can do it so can i right! (:
Meanwhile, here are the youtube links which i find useful:
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I tried using this to enhance my double lids, but it ended up feeling uncomfortable no matter what technique i used. Anyway, this is THE MOST AMAZING FALSIES GLUE. dont even bother buying other glue. This will last a very long time, a very effective glue. easy to remove as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've been using koji double eye lid glue for over a year now, and i have to say...I CAN NOT LIVE WITHOUT IT!! I mean..i have puffy and small asian eyes, and when I am not using the glue, i technically looks horrible... Anyway, the product is really good since it stay put for the whole day. I do find it a bit expensive, but the glue lasts me for a whole year so its really worth it. One down side about the glue is that i can't apply eye makeup smoothly which is sad. too bad i never learned how to use the double eyelid tape...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I really looove this. On days when I don't have time to create double-eyelids my eyes would look smaller and all my friends would notice... and I usually would have a crappy mood after that. haha
Anyways, I find this works better than the clear one (aqua/green bottle). I think it might be because the pink one has latex in it, so it really stay put in my eyes through excessive sweating, etc. Unfortunately for me, I'm allergic to latex. So this is what I do, I would use the clear eyetalk as a base, wait till dry. And then put a coat or two of the pink one. Then I'll have long-lasting double eyelids untill I take it off without the puffy allergic eyes. Yaayyy me !
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I used this product for over a year. I must say that this product is absolutely AMAZING. It takes some time to excel in applicating this product. All you need is patience! At first, I was disappointed with it because I noticed that my eyelids are a bit stretched out after continuous usage. But then, I switched to the clear, green Koji Eye Talk. It's easier to remove than the pink or waterproof ones, thus preventing the eyelids from stretching out or from drooping. You just simply wipe it with a damp cotton pad. Whereas, with the pink and waterproof blue one, you need to kind of.. rub it off, which is really really really not good for your delicate eyelids. This product is my holy grail. I swear by it. After over a year of usage, my eyelids are no longer monolids! I HAVE DOUBLE EYELIDS NOW. Soooo happy. Soooooooo happy. MY GOD, THIS IS A WONDERFUL CREATION. MY LIFESAVER.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have two uses for this product.
One is for my false eyelashes! i find that this glue works better than regular false lash glue. But if you do use it as a lash glue don't wait for the glue to dry you have to work fast and right after u put the glue on the lash band place it on your eyelid. I find that this lasts longer than regular lash glue and easier to apply since it comes with a brush.
The other use I use this for is the original purpose: to get double eyelids. I do have slight double eyelid naturally (well no, it's from using double eyelid tape for 2 years religiously) But occasionally i'll wake up with mono lids (or what i call bowl shaped eyes :( )and that's when i take this out. Wait for the glue to completely dry on your eyelid before poking yourself with the fork this is important otherwise if the glue on your lid is still whiteish your fork will stick to the lid and when you take it out the glue starts to flake.
I generally don't use much eyeshadow when i have the glue on because it makes your make up look funny =( that's why i took the lippy down. It does not look natural if you have eyeshadow on because you can sort of see the glue. but without make up it looks natural which i don't mind because I feel prettier already with the big double eyelid and i dont feel like i need a ton of make up since i usually wear make up to make my eyes look bigger anyways.
I heard things like putting your eyeshadow on first and then the glue but I haven't tried that yet so I can't comment.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
The actual glue itself is amazing if you use it right. I have some "eyelid hollowness" so it's like a triple eyelid sometimes. This glue holds the crease without stretching my eyelid. I like how it feels very "crisp" when I poke my crease in with the eyelid. It also doesn't stick to the prong, which is a feature I LOVE because that way, my eyelid doesn't become undone. An issue I have is the bottle. It's extremely bulky when I try to put it in my makeup bag. I also don't like the smell of the glue itself.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I heard about eyelid glue and looked up some tutorials on YouTube. I was fascinated. I'm asian and while I do have creases in my eyelids they are very slight and I wanted to see what I'd look like with deeper creases.
I must say, this might not be the fault of the product, but I can't get it to work right. I've tried it many times, painting on the glue in different ways, but one of two things always happens:
1) The fork used to poke in the eyelid gets glued to my eyelid, and in the process of pulling it off I ruin the crease
2) I manage to get the fork unstuck without ruining the crease, but the crease is totally uneven - and by uneven, I mean there are two spots where I poked the two-pronged fork where my skin is stuck FLAT together, while the rest of the crease actually looks okay. I've tried putting makeup on to cover up the weird looking flat spots but the glue doesn't take makeup very well and it looks very obvious.
It's also difficult to get the creases on both eyes the same, or at least close enough. I will keep practicing and update my review accordingly, but this is just a warning that there is a learning curve involved with this product!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I am asian, but do not have monolid asian eyes. I bought this to try hoping to increase my lid space slightly or enhance the eyelid fold so they appear less 'hooded' and puffy. This glue does work and is extremely easy to use. I applied a small film using the sponge wand in the area on my eyelid where I want the skin to crease and let it turn from milky color to translucent before poking the skin inward with the plastic 'wishbone' fork provided. The drying time is very short..about 30 seconds to a minute. There are drawbacks to using this product compared to eyelid tape. It literally glues the crease together and I didn't enjoy the feeling of it. I also had trouble blinking causing some dry eye issues. I guess it takes practice with regular use. It comes off easily by applying a wet compress over the glue and peeling it off when it turns back to the original milky color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I swear by this stuff. My eyelids are so troublesome. Sometimes, they're double. Sometimes they're single. And worst yet, sometimes I have one single and one double. -_-
This eyelid glue really works, but you'll need a lot of practice to get the fold to look natural. I don't suggest copying the way that the video (search for it on Youtube) shows how to do it, but experiment and see where you should apply glue and where you should poke because your eyes are unique.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Black
This has been my HG since I started using it 4 years ago. I used to use eyelid tape, but that would poke the inside of my eyes and make my eyes sore sometimes. After I kept using the tape for awhile, my double eyelids stayed! (i had monolids). I didn't want to keep using the tape but for somedays, the lids would come out and I'd have monolids again. This is a lifesaver! I just put some glue, let it get tacky a bit and then use the fork thing to create the crease and it's perfect! I have beautiful double eyelids now and I don't always have to use this - people think I have natural double eyelids!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
If you use this properly, you can have great results. Both of my eyelids are actually naturally double eyelids, but sometimes when I wake up in the morning my face is puffy and I have to use the glue to make it normal. I don't always get it right the first time, and it does stick some of my eyelid if I put too much on or don't let it dry completely, but once I get a nice small line it makes my eyelid go back to normal. And I don't need to keep in on the whole day, just a few hours and I can take it off and my eyelid stays the way it's supposed to. You can wear makeup over it, but the glue is a bit noticeable if you have a lot on. I usually use a really tiny amount, and it does the job.
I've heard of girls who have single eyelids using this and overtime their eyelids turn into double eyelids, pretty neat I think.
To remove you just use some warm water and it peels off very easily.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I think the reviewer below has explained what Eye talk is and I agree with her that it just doesnt work as well as it advertises it to be.
I dont have monolids but the fold of one eye is deeper than the other so I decided to use this in the am cos the eyelid tape was a bit obvious in the daytime.
The glue dries up pretty quick but I do find that it tugs my eyelids and when I make any drastic eye movements, my eyelids hurt a bit.
I cant comment on how it looks under eye makeup but the glue balls up a bit so your eyeshadow might be ruined.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Eye Talk is a brand of Japanese eyelid glue. For those of us who aren't asian and were unaware such a product exists, eyelid glue is basically used by asian women with single eyelids in order to achieve a double eyelid look sans cosmetic surgery. Although I'm an asian with double eyelids, I purchased this out of curiosity. Maybe I could get an even more defined double eyelid with this...so I thought.
It comes in really cute packaging, all pink with flowers and stuff. You get a mascara-like tube of glue and an eyelid pushing tool that resembles some sort of torture device. There are a number of hilarious how-to videos available online with step by step instructions on how to use Eye Talk. Here's one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSYAnPED9BU&feature=related
Personally, I didn't really work out for me. I felt like my eyelids were being held open. I'm not sure how some women stand having to make an effort to blink. I guess in some cases, beauty does equate to pain.