Close the first eye you wish to modify. Pick up the Eye Talk glue bottle and unscrew the lid. With the brush, lightly apply the glue on the eyelid over the eye. Overlap the glue as little as possible; it is usually best to make a circle on the eyelid around the circumference of the eye, and then fill in the skin inside the circle. Wait for a few moments until the glue turns translucent. When the glue fades from sight, take the plastic eyelid implement and fold the skin up over the eye into a crease--as you have practiced. Hold your eye open for a few moments as the glue sets. If small adjustments need to be made to the shape of the crease, do it while the glue is still drying. Place the implement back down and examine the second eyelid in the mirror. If it is satisfactory, repeat the procedure on the other eye. Take particular care to make sure that the newly created eyelids are symmetrical with each other and have the same crease.
Remove the Eye Talk glue by closing your eye securely and wiping your eyelid with a clean white cloth. Many Eye Talk products include makeup cloths. Wipe gently and away from your face; the glue should ball up almost immediately and fall away after a few rubs. Wipe your eyelids with a damp cloth to remove any detritus left behind.
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.
The Eye Talk Eye Glue is actually a kit containing an eyelid glue with a brush and a mini fork. Koji, the Japanese company selling this even has an instruction video on how Eye Talk Eye Glue is being used on their website. Rather interesting when you see how the Japanese lady create the crease on her eyelid using the whitish glue and mini fork.