Eylure Pro Magnetic Eyeliner & Lash System £14.40 + £3.50 Delivery ( Free P+P £20) From Claire's
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Eylure Pro Magnetic Eyeliner & Lash System £14.40 + £3.50 Delivery ( Free P+P £20) From Claire's

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Posted 18th May
Eylure Pro Magnetic Eyeliner & Lash System £14.40 + £3.50 Delivery ( Free for Orders over £20) these might be a bit easier to apply than using the tricky Glue now we can't get to the beauticians.
Achieve a bolder and fuller eye look with this Eylure Pro Magnetic Eyeliner & Lash System. This set eliminates the hassle of attaching lashes with messy glue. Simply apply the eyeliner in 3 separate coats, let dry, and then apply the magnetic lash to the liner and you're good to go!

False Lashes by Eylure

Faux mink volume5 minute applicationNo glue needed15 wearsIncluded: 2 lashes, 1 eyelinerEyeliner Volume: 2.5ml/0.084fl.oz.Material: Plastic
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Anyone tried this?
It supposed to make putting lashes on easy for us that struggle... But it's pants don't waste money
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I've never tried these so can't comment on that, but I got some magnetic lashes from Amazon during black friday last year. They're the type that don't use liner, they have magnets either end and each eye takes two strips, one above the natural lash and one below, then they bond together. I gave up on the glue type lashes years ago because they never seemed to sit right on my round eyes. But those magnetic ones really worked for me because they dont sit on the skin. However, I have two very important tips if you want them to work for you:
- Take each strip and wrap it around a large makeup brush handle at the thickest end and blast it with a hairdryer to shape them or they will lay a bit flat. This is also good for all false lashes if you find they never sit right or pull up in the corners.
- layer on a fair bit of mascara and curl your natural lashes first. When I first tried them I had no mascara on and I gave up in frustration trying to position them. With a good base of mascara you can gently sit the top strip on and use the bottom strip, coming from below the lashes, to guide and connect the two strips into place at the lash root.

Hope that helps someone!
Lenibells18/05/2020 13:15

I've never tried these so can't comment on that, but I got some magnetic …I've never tried these so can't comment on that, but I got some magnetic lashes from Amazon during black friday last year. They're the type that don't use liner, they have magnets either end and each eye takes two strips, one above the natural lash and one below, then they bond together. I gave up on the glue type lashes years ago because they never seemed to sit right on my round eyes. But those magnetic ones really worked for me because they dont sit on the skin. However, I have two very important tips if you want them to work for you: - Take each strip and wrap it around a large makeup brush handle at the thickest end and blast it with a hairdryer to shape them or they will lay a bit flat. This is also good for all false lashes if you find they never sit right or pull up in the corners.- layer on a fair bit of mascara and curl your natural lashes first. When I first tried them I had no mascara on and I gave up in frustration trying to position them. With a good base of mascara you can gently sit the top strip on and use the bottom strip, coming from below the lashes, to guide and connect the two strips into place at the lash root.Hope that helps someone!


Thank you for the tips what is the link of the amazon lashes you got
Lavyloca18/05/2020 15:14

Thank you for the tips what is the link of the amazon lashes you got


amazon.co.uk/Mag…8-6

Hopefully that link works.
I haven't tried other brands, so there could be others that you find better for you. I don't use the application tool, just my hands and some patience
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