Magnetic lashes. Have you tried them? I love lashes and even though my natural lashes are super long and healthy they’re just not as full as I personally want. I love lash extensions but it is a commitment that I wasn’t ready to start. I was totally skeptical of the entire process getting magnetic lashes on my eyes seemed scary.
When I finally got brave enough I bought the EyeLure magnetic lashes from Ulta. I liked how the magnetic eyeliner applied. It was as easy as any liquid eyeliner. I left for date night and I was loving them. After awhile the corner started poking up and they got annoying. I was so self-conscious the entire night.
I tried them again the next day and used more magnetic liner. Thinking a thicker layer would work. I did my makeup using the Too Faced “born this way” foundation in Golden Beige. I love this foundation! I use the Too Faced multi-sculpting concealer in almond and butterscotch for the contour. I get a lot of questions specifically on this so I will start writing another post just for this.
My magnetic lash journey ended after I tried another brand, the good ole Ardell magnetic lashes. They looked great, they had more magnets on them so they stuck on longer, but ultimately could not handle keeping up with me. Especially during my photoshoot, every time I changed my shirt they would fall off. So annoying!!
So needless to say I don’t recommend magnetic lashes. You’re better off getting an adhesive and mastering the application. I have always liked the DIY lash extension kit, it’s not as strong but they can last a couple days if you don’t get them wet.
After the experiences I had, I decided to get my lash extensions back… I am SO EXCITED!