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Beauty Hot Product: Magnetic False Lashes

If messy glue is the reason you shy away from falsies, then let us introduce you to magnetic lashes: the innovation taking the beauty world by storm. No mess, no mistakes: here’s why you need to give them a try… 

What’s the concept...

A pair of hard-working falsies is every beauty junkie’s dream: longer, thicker lashes in an instant. Unlike traditional false lashes, magnetic lashes lock onto your natural lashes without the need for glue and can be applied and removed in seconds.

Sounds good. How do they work?

For each eye, two half-strips (used to create a subtle, feline look) sandwich around your real lashes and fuse together with their attached magnets. Apply to lashes after your mascara, and when you want to take them off, simply slide the plates between your fingers to release the magnets. While magnetic lashes are significantly easier to apply than their glue-based counterparts, they do require a little bit of practice to get right.

What are people saying?

Beauty authority Byrdie says magnetic lashes look “impossibly natural”, while Brit+Co claims the innovation will “blow your mind”. Not to mention the countless rave reviews from beauty bloggers and editors alike.

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Anything else?

It’s worth noting that magnetic lashes can’t be curled or bent, so if you’re picky about the shape of your lashes, then these may not be for you.

So are they worth it?

Because there’s no sticky glue involved, there’s no waiting time and if you make a mistake, it’s no big deal – just lift and start again. Plus, they’re reusable, making them a true beauty investment. For a quick beauty fix and envy-inducing eyes, magnetic lashes get our full marks.

Want in?

Alexia & Co Magnetic False Eyelashes are available now at AlexiaCo.com priced £31, currently on sale for £15.

Magnetic False Eyelashes, £15 (were £31)

 
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