Magnetic eyelashes

DD101

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I'm curious about them too. I've seen some demo's on you tube, some have luck with them and some don't, but I would also like to hear from someone here that tried them. I'm considering getting eyelash extensions, but having glue that close to the eye can't really be good - even after it dries. It just makes me worry......so magnetic lashes might be good.......if they work.
 

selleep

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Mar 27, 2014
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I just tried mine today from Beautytrendz. They were very flat and did not fit the curvature of the eye. I had a really hard time putting them on and they do not look natural. I also have really short eyelashes so that exacerbated the problem. Save your money ladies and go with falsies or extensions.
 
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DD101

O.G.
Aug 29, 2007
4,438
1,243
On the hunt.....
I just tried mine today from Beautytrendz. They were very flat and did not fit the curvature of the eye. I had a really hard time putting them on and they do not look natural. I also have really short eyelashes so that exacerbated the problem. Save your money ladies and go with falsies or extensions.
Thanks for the intel! I will pass on them.
 

watermelon119

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Aug 24, 2017
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they are weird! I'm not saying that I'm kind of a big fan of extension but at least they look natural while magnetic ones not besides, the edge is not close to the eye, so that it's very noticeable that differential "line" which separates them from your own lashes. I don't personally think that would be a breakthrough in the beauty industry and they can replace extension, they can be some kind of substitute, but I don't think they worth it.