Do Magnetize Lashes Work?

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My thoughts on the new magnetic lash trend that’s sweeping the beauty industry are here…

I know falsies aren’t for everyone but I’m a big fan of falsh lashes. I feel like they can really take a make up look from 0-100 and add so much needed drama. However, I do find them a little bit of a pig to apply. They are fiddly, the glue gets everywhere and after 3-5 wears they’re trashed from the amount of glue they’re exposed to. If only there was a brand out there that made lashes without the glue… Oh wait, there is. Enter: Magnetize Lashes.

Magnetize Lashes are a new, small lash brand but the quality is second to none. They provide the world with magnetic lashes to rid the need for sticky glue and messy situations as they cleverly use mini magnets on the actual lash strip to attach them to your lashes. You apply one set to the top of your lashes and one set to the bottom of them so that the magnets can stick together through your natural lashes. They’re pretty easy to apply – they require a steady hand – and it’s so refreshing put on fake lashes without worrying about the fact that you might ruin your eyeliner or eyeshadow with the glue. When it comes to removing them I’ve found sliding to be the most effective technique as pulling at them quickly will not only ruin the lashes themselves but also may ruin your natural lashes which is obviously something you do not want to do.

I have the ‘subtle’ set which are the most natural of the three types that Magnetize Lashes: there are also a ‘Bold’ style and an ‘original’ style. As I like quite soft eye looks, I think that the subtle look are perfect for me. They’re fluttery and add a little drama without it being too much or complete drag queen. You definitely wouldn’t be mistaken for Ru Paul while wearing these (but is that really such a good thing?). The lashes also come in such gorgeous packaging: a little compact with a glittery background which is so pretty and so luxurious.

The lashes are fully re-useable and can last for up to two months – which means it’s great for your bank account not just your face. If I get a little bit of mascara on them I usually just wipe them clean very gently with make up remover on a q-tip. This is a gentle way to clean the lashes and means you will not damage the magnets or anything like that. Most people advise to soak lashes when they get dirty but this is not advised with these as that can damage the lashes and cause them to be ineffective. As long as you’re careful, these lashes can be your ticket to gorgeous lashes again and again.

Magnetize Lashes are £15.99 and you can buy them here.
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  1. March 12, 2018 / 3:22 pm

    Ooooh how interesting, Chloe! I’ve seen magnetic lashes all over the shop for the last few months as, as you know it was a little bit of a craze wasn’t it? I’ve since seen very mixed reviews but yours has made me intrigued to try them out… How do they feel when wearing them, obviously the magnet is something I’m curious over and whether it feels heavy whilst they’re on?
    If I do purchase a pair I’ll definitely keep your advice in mind on how sliding them off is the best method to remove them and maintaining them. I love that you can use them for up to two months, I’d save SO MUCH money on lashes with these!!

  2. March 13, 2018 / 10:03 am

    This sounds so positive! I want to wear these en route to my holiday and I’ve tried applying falsies in an aeroplane and it was a disaster! Thankyou for this amazing review x

  3. Lisa
    March 13, 2018 / 12:20 pm

    I’ve always personally been a bit dubious of magnetised lashes. I guess it’s just because of the years I struggled to apply lashes and then finally got the hang of them, I just love the seamlessness you can get from the glue. But these look amazing for someone who isn’t as confident to do so or wants more wear out of them. A great review!

    Much love, Lisa |

  4. March 13, 2018 / 2:41 pm

    These look so interesting and so good as I’m so bad at applying eyelashes so these look so much more simply.
    Sarah X

  5. March 13, 2018 / 3:27 pm

    Ooh, I’ve always wondered if these ‘actually worked’. And two months!? Think how many normal lashes you’d go through in two months. These are amazing! I’ll definitely have to try some when I take a break from my individuals x

  6. March 13, 2018 / 6:46 pm

    These lashes sound so interesting, I thought they might be quite gimmicky but this is making me want to give them a try!

  7. March 13, 2018 / 7:12 pm

    Although these lashes sound so amazing I’d be a little worried about using them personally as their website doesn’t state if they’re cruelty-free or not sadly. Thank you for sharing though lovely as I’m always on the look-out for new lashes lately so will check these out more 🌸✨

    With love, Alisha Valerie x |

  8. March 13, 2018 / 7:28 pm

    Ahh these sound fab!! I hate lash glue with a passion so I need to try something like this asap x

  9. Emma
    March 13, 2018 / 7:39 pm

    These sound like my dream product, I’m so bad at putting on lashes and I always make a mess of my liner!
    Emma |

  10. March 14, 2018 / 4:30 pm

    I’ve never even heard of these before! They sound like a great idea though! x

  11. March 19, 2018 / 6:53 pm

    I absolutely must try these out! False lashes are definitely very fiddly so I think these would be so handy!

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