A Lazy Girl Lash Hack With Magnetic Eyes Lashes!

28th February 2019

Hey everyone!

It’s been a little while since I reviewed lashes or even created some looks for a blog post so I’m really excited to share todays post! I’m so excited to be getting creative with makeup again and have a few more posts planned including a collaboration with Alice which will be exciting! But for now, here is my review of Magnetic Eyes lashes!

A Bit Of Information About Magnetic Eyes

Magnetic Eyes lashes were made by and for people who struggle to use glue on lashes. The way their products work is that you get two lash strips per eye which have tiny magnets attached to them. These magnets go above and below your natural lash and stay in place thanks to the magnets. They’re gentle, hygienic, re-usable and SO much easier to use than faffing around with glue and possibly ruining your makeup in the process of application. They’re cruelty-free and chemical free, too!

Application Of Magnetic Eyes

So you are advised to do your full face of makeup as usual, including your mascara as it’ll make the lashes blend in better. There are two ways you can apply Magnetic Eyes lashes as displayed on the website. The first way is to use them as they are, simply balance the top lash (with the magnets attached underneath) on top of your lashes. Then bring the bottom lash (with the magnets attached on top) underneath to get them in place and well attached. I have quite small and almond shaped eyes so I did have to trim mine down slightly and bend them around a bit to make sure they followed my lash line.

The second way that’s recommended (which I personally didn’t actually try) is to trim the bottom lashes down to just the parts with the magnets on. This way you can place the magnets one at a time making them a bit more precise and they will probably look a tad more natural as there won’t be as many lashes. I like the fuller look though, so I went for the first kind of application!

My Thoughts On Magnetic Eyes

On the first application, it did take a bit of fiddling to figure out how to get them on right. However, once I’d sussed the best way to get them closest to the lash line and in the right position, they stayed on like a dream! There was no horrible gloopy glue or irritation from it to deal with. If I don’t feel like wearing them for the entire day, I can just take them off and my mascara is intact making the look still easily wearable. The thing I really love about them aswell is that if you need to go from the office to a party, you can bring them with you, clip them on and accentuate your appearance with minimal effort.

Look 1

Products used:
Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base (gifted)
Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer
Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation
The Body Shop All In One Face Base Powder
Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette
Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter in Rose Quartz
Collection Glam Crystals Dazzling Gel Liner in Funk 3
Urban Decay Glide-on Eye Pencil in LSD
Magnetic Eyes Lashes in Drama (gifted)*
The Body Shop Matte Lipstick in 429 Osaka Plum

Look 2

Products used:
Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer
Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation
The Body Shop All In One Face Base Powder
Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette
Kat Von D Shade and Light Contour Palette
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter in Rose Quartz
Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow in Solstice
NYX Vivid Brights Eyeliner in Vivid Halo
Urban Decay Glide-on Eye Pencil in Cuff
Magnetic Eyes Lashes in Drama (gifted)*
The Body Shop Colour Crush Lipstick in 125

I’ve worn the lashes a few times now and can tell I still have a few uses left which I never got with usual lashes as I could never properly get all of the glue off. I’d really love to try the ‘Sass’ ones aswell as they look perfect for a more every day and natural look. They currently retail for £11.99 and you can find them on their site here! I’d highly recommend them for any beauty lover and anyone looking for a more simple way to get long, luscious lashes.

Have you ever used Magnetic Eyes lashes?

’Til Next Time,
*This post contains gifted items for the purpose of promotion but all views are my own.

14 responses to “A Lazy Girl Lash Hack With Magnetic Eyes Lashes!”

  1. Okay I seriously need to try these! I’ve never had any luck with glue on lashes, but assumed the magnetic ones were a bit of a gimmick and wouldn’t actually work. You look gorgeous!

    • blacktulipbeauty says:

      They are fabulous! They genuinely do, I have ruined my makeup countless times with glue lashes but these are fabulous! Thank you so much ☺️

  2. They look amazing! I’m literally someone who cannot apply eye lashes at alllll so i honestly need to get these!!

  3. Lisa's Notebook says:

    Oh wow, I’ve never heard of magnetic lashes, but what an amazing idea! I have such bad memories of using glue on ones as a teenager, I’ve never gone near false lashes since but these are in a different league. I’ll definitely be checking them out, thank you for your recommedation, Alice, and fabulous photos as alwayx! x

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

    • blacktulipbeauty says:

      Hahaha I can definitely agree with that, glue on ones have completely ruined my makeup or gave me the ITCHIEST eyes before a night out before, it’s terrible! Thank you so much Lisa, I hope you get on well with them if you purchase ☺️ x

  4. I’ve heard pf magnetic lashes once before and that person made them sound really difficult. You’ve completely changed my mind about that. I’d love to try something like this in the future as I hate glue!! I might try trimming them as I quite like individual lashes. And in the future means way in the future because I’d be absolutely terrified of trying something like this on my lashes right now given their recent trauma 😂. I love the first look by the way, especially the lipstick! x


    • blacktulipbeauty says:

      Ooh gosh really?! I know so many people who hate glue lashes, these are amazing as I’ve ALWAYS loved having fluttery but glued ones are such a pain to put on. Aww bless you haha I can understand! Thank you so much Sophie ❤️ x

  5. Nancy says:

    Oooh, I heard of magnetic lashes before! I like that it is easier to put on than using glue. It’s great that it is cruelty-free as well. I like how the magnetic eyelashes look on you! They’re popping! I like how it is effortless as well. They’re super affordable. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about them!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

    • blacktulipbeauty says:

      Thank you so much Nancy, they’re a fab product! I always wondered how they work but I am totally sold on them now! X

  6. I’ve been wanting to try these for SO long, but haven’t read a proper review of them so I wasn’t sure whether they were as good as they sound! I think I’m sold and next time I need lashes (I don’t go out enough lol) I’ll deffo be ordering a pair! Also absolutely loving the first look, absolutely stunning as always 😘❤️❤️

    • blacktulipbeauty says:

      You’re so lovely Gaby, thank you! ❤️ I’d definitely recommend them, once you’ve got the hang of how to apply them, they are the BEST thing to have! X

  7. I bloody love the idea of these, they’re so much better than glue-on ones as I always get myself in a right mess with those. I love how if you can’t apply them right the first time, you can just keep trying without getting sticky eyelids. Both of your looks are absolutely stunning, in particular the second look – it’s been ages since I’ve used my NYX liners but I used to be obsessed with them! I might have to bring them back out to play haha. Keep bringing out the make-up looks, you’re so flippin’ talented Al! And I’m so glad you’ve introduced me to magnetic lashes, I’d heard of them before but I’d been way too scared to try them and now I’m so glad I have, they make life way easier.

    Alice xx

  8. Oh wow, these sound amazing and how incredibly gorgeous are both of these looks that you created?! You’re honestly so talented!!xo

    Char | http://www.charslittleblog.co.uk

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