Review: GLAMNETIC Magnetic Lashes #GLAMNETIC #MagneticLashes #FalseLashes #MagneticFalseLlashes

(product photos courtesy of www.glamnetic.com)


If you monitor the beauty world then you know the latest trend in false eyelashes are magnetic eyelashes. GLAMNETIC were the first to invent the false magnetic eyelash and their company makes the best magnetic false eyelashes on the market. GLAMNETIC was also founded by a female entrepreneur.  I just tested out a few pair of the eyelashes and I am going to share those results with you here. I have tried magnetic eyelashes before, but not with the same results that I have achieved with these. 

I was sent the magnetic eyeliner and three different styles of magnetic lashes to try out. I tried out the Lucky, VIP and Vixen styles. Lucky is a 12-13mm naturally slight winged synthetic lash. VIP is a 13-16mm dramatic semi-dramatic winged synthetic lash. Vixen is a 14-15mm slightly wispy synthetic lash. The magnetic liquid eyeliner is the actual magic the holds your GLAMNETIC lashes in place all day long. It is the ultimate solution for your easiest lash application. This innovative formula requires minimal waiting time and provides all day hold for your longest days and wildest nights. It comes in a highly pigmented matte black color that stands out and the small applicator tip glides on easily to make a beautiful cat eye, wing or smokey effect a breeze. GLAMNETIC also makes mink magnetic lashes for those that prefer a more natural looking lash, or for those who have sensitive eyes. My daughter does and can only wear mink lashes. 

Application of the GLAMNETIC Magnetic Eyeliner is easy. First shake before each use. Glide the brush tip along the lash line. Make an even line as thick as the lash magnets. For optimal results, apply GLAMNETIC Lashes onto lash line once about 80% dry. To remove the magnetic liner, use an oil based makeup remover. The magnetic eyeliner is safe for all eyes. It provides all day hold, is waterproof, sweat-proof and smudge-proof. Even better, the magnetic eyeliner is very pigmented and the applicator tip glides across the eyes quite easily. With one tube you should get 70+ uses out of each tube of magnetic eyeliner.  To apply the magnetic lashes, take the lash for the right or left eye and apply directly to the eyeliner when about 80% dry. The magnets should go right on the liner immediately. (You can tell it is about 80% dry when it starts to look almost matte and less shiny, and not as thick). 



GLAMNETIC Lashes are super easy to apply with the magnetic eyeliner. Not only do they have 100% mink lashes but vegan options as well. Each lash contains 6 magnets for all day hold. The lashes are reusable for up to 40+ times (because there is no glue to clump on the lashes). There are 17 styles to choose from, between a super natural look to a beautiful dramatic looking lash. They also make small anchor lashes that you can put on the bottom lashes. 

So I first decided to try out the Lucky pair of lashes. It is recommended that you apply the magnetic lashliner then wait until it 80% dry, then apply the lashes. The magnetic lashliner is very thick and applies well. I had to dip it back into the tube to get a full line for my eyes. It is honestly a little difficult to tell when it is about 80% dry, but it seems to be when it looks almost completely dry yet still slightly wet. Then quickly apply the lashes. They will stick to the magnetic lashliner and NOT come off. I have worn other magnetic lashes and have not had similar experiences. With GLAMNETIC lashes, the lashes stay on quite well, in fact. You can tug at them gently but then will only come off if you pull at them hard. 

Below are photos of me wearing the Lucky lashes:








Below are photos of me wearing the Vixen Lashes:










Here is a video showing me wearing the lashes and of me showing how well they stick on the hand with the liner:





I am glad I was finally able to try these out. I had been wanting to for a very long time. Yes, these are fairly pricey lashes but when you break it down by price it is less than $1 per wear. That is pretty inexpensive. Wearing them is extremely easy too. All you do is line your eyes the way you normally would, then wait until the liner is almost dry. Apply the magnetic lashes and voilà, you have beautiful false lashes without any of the drippy, sticky glue. They will stay on all day too. To remove the liner, use an oil based makeup remover. Just take the lashes off to remove them. Then clean them after each use to make them last the longest time. Clean them with an oil based makeup remover too. That should get rid of the lashliner. 

To purchase GLAMETIC Lashes, you can purchase a lash kit or go à la carte. Their lash kits come with the black liquid GLAMNETIC Magnetic Eyeliner and two sets of lashes. They start at $89.99. If you want to purchase the GLAMNETIC Magnetic Eyeliner on its own, it is $37.99 (in black or brown) and each set of lashes retails for around $29.99. Lash kits are the way to save money. You can get a lash kit for around $89.99 and get two sets of lashes and liner. Or you can spend $442.03 for the Give Me The Galaxy Lash Kit that contains everything they make. They have other sets for various prices. 

To purchase GLAMNETIC Lashes and Eyeliner, go to www.glamnetic,com. Like GLAMNETIC on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glamnetic/; Follow GLAMNETIC on Twitter: @Glamnetic; Follow GLAMNETIC on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/GLAMNETIC/; Follow GLAMNETIC on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glamnetic/; Subscribe to GLAMNETIC on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjQ4xwkHoZtvzsU6hjR2V4w and Add GLAMNETIC on Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/glamnetic.

Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis
I Am THE Makeup Junkie
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