When you wear high-waisted shorts, you accept that wedgies are going to happen. And when you wear fake eyelashes, you accept the reality of plucking dried glue off your lids. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Magnetic eyelash could help us.
How Magnetic False Lashes Work
Magnetic eyelashes. You can tell upper and lower sets by the red dot.
For each eye, there are two strips of lashes, a strip that goes underneath the top eyelash and a strip that goes on top of the top eyelashes. Both strips have a small magnetic piece in the center. The bottom piece has a red dot on the magnetic piece to help you remember that’s the bottom lash.
The best part about this product is probably the cool case…
The magnetic lashes are removed by using the thumb and forefinger to slide the magnetic strips apart. The lashes should never be pulled off the eyes. One Two Lashes can be used indefinitely with proper care (if you want to keep using them, of course). They may also be used with mascara provided the lashes are gently cleaned after wearing. The lashes come in a luxe box with designated magnetized sections in which to store the lash strips.
The lashes don’t really fit around the outer curve of the eyelid, which gives them an abrupt look and makes them difficult to “blend.”
- From some angles, they looked okay, but because the strips aren’t very curved, they lay straight along the lash line, rather than following the natural curve of eyelid. This resulted in a corner of the lash strip noticeable sticking out.
- If did need to adjust the lashes after applying them (an eye makeup), moving them around smeared the mascara and eyeliner.
These lashes would certainly suffice for photos (but not close ups) and for festive costumes and party wear. But a pair of synthetic lashes from the drugstore also suffice for those purposes—and are pretty darn cheap!