Magnetic lashes are all the hype right now.
- Lash extensions are expensive and can be damaging if done incorrectly.
- Glue-on wispies are a pain the you-know-what.
- Lash lifts and tints can be expensive and just don’t last as long or have the same effect as fake lashes.
I’ve tried all the things. While I will say that I LOVED having lash extensions, they were expensive and they took a lot of commitment to maintain. Now that I’m a busy mama, taking a 1-hour fill-in appointment bi-weekly just isn’t feasible.
I used Wispies for about 6 months and was happy with them, but they just take too long to put on each day. I have little-to-no patience watching glue dry.
The biggest pro to me when it comes to magnetic lashes is that you can rewear them 10, 15, even 20 times — as long as you take care of them! That’s a steal for the price.
I have now tried 3 different brands of magnetic lashes and have used multiple styles of each brand.
The first magnetic lash I ever tried was Ardell’s Magnetic Accents lashes. Another Instagram blogger totally persuaded me into it. I could not for the life of me get them to go on correctly. On two of the three sets I purchased a magnet detached from the lash, which just made it feel like a huge waste of money.
I have since tried them after mastering the art of magnetic lashes and feel that these lashes feel must cheaper than other ones I’ve tried. Between cost and quality control this is my least favorite magnetic lash. (I will always recommend their glue on Wispies though — SO good!)
I then tried Eylure Luxe Magnetic lashes. The reviews for them were mostly negative, but I wanted to try them anyway to see how they compared. I am SO glad that I did! They went on much easier than the Ardell ones. I preferred the half-lash version, as they looked full and more natural. I have recommended these multiple times to all of my followers!
I most recently discovered the new KISS brand Magnetic Lash. Ya’ll, the others DO NOT COMPARE. These magnetic lashes look amazing, they’re far easier to put on, the price is the same (sometimes cheaper depending on the retailer), the applicator wand is more user friendly AND the lashes themselves fit your lash line seamlessly. The top lash is full like you’d expect of a fake lash and the bottom lash in thinner so that it fits more seamlessly and naturally.
You can click on any of the photos above to try these lashes out yourself!
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