Everything You Wanted to Know About Magnetic Eyelashes – Do False Lashes Work, Are They Safe and More

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Honestly saying, we all girls dream about long black lashes like movie stars and other celebrities have. Today, the beauty industry offers lots of options on how to fake long lashes – starting from mascara and ending with long-lasting false eyelashes.

There are tons of videos on that explain how to apply fake lashes so there’s no need to write about here. It’s always better to see once than read tons of useless reviews.

However, as fake eyelashes are still a trend, we decided to write magnetic eyelashes review and tell our own experience and answer some of the most important questions.

What are the magnetic eyelashes and how do they work?

Magnetic eyelashes come with what looks like two sets of strip lashes but is really just one set (each eye requires a top and a bottom for the whole magnet thing to work). They feature virtually invisible magnets placed along the lash line that lock together and secure the lash along your natural lash line.

Basically, you are sandwiching your natural eyelashes between two strips held together with magnetic force.

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How to apply magnetic eyelashes?

Actually, it’s easier than it seems at first. Each product will differ slightly, so it’s best to follow the instructions on the package.

Step 1: Apply Mascara. Before you apply falsies, add a light coat of mascara to your natural lashes to enhance the final look.

Step 2: Apply еhe top lashes across the top of your lash line.

Step 3: Apply еhe bottom lashes – place it underneath your natural lash line. Thanks to the magnets, they will lock in place.

Step 4: Repeat on the other eye.

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Do magnetic eyelashes fall off?

Unlike traditional strips, magnetic eyelashes can be reused over and over again, but only if you keep them makeup-free.

Are magnetic lashes safe?

Although magnetic lashes are pretty safe to use, there are few things you should do to care for your magnetic lashes and your eye health.

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“If you have a history of allergies to costume jewelry or the button of your jeans, I do not recommend using magnetic lashes,” Joshua Zeichner, director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital, told TODAY.

Nickel is a common cause of skin allergies and is found in magnetic lashes. Those with a history of eczema should also be cautious because they are more likely to develop skin allergies around the eyes as well.


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Everything You Wanted to Know About Magnetic Eyelashes - Do False Lashes Work, Are They Safe and More
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Magnetic Eyelashes - Do False Lashes Work, Are They Safe and More
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Today, the beauty industry offers lots of options on how to fake long lashes - starting from mascara and ending with long-lasting false eyelashes. However, as fake eyelashes are still a trend, we decided to write magnetic eyelashes review and tell our own experience and answer some of the most important questions.
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