Magnetic Eyelashes Reviews: Magnetic lashes come in a variety of types, but they’re all classified by how they adhere to the eyelid. The strips have magnets around the base and can be added with a magnetic eyeliner or a second magnetic lash strip that goes underneath your own lashes to stick to the falsies on top—basically, sandwiching your natural lashes between two magnetic strips. You’ll probably want to wear magnetic eyelashes every day once you realise how fast they are to apply (and how amazing they look).
That isn’t to say you shouldn’t. “To prevent lash damage and traction alopecia, I’d suggest restricting the use of magnetic lashes that sandwich your own natural lashes. That isn’t to say you shouldn’t. Dr. Haberman advises avoiding the use of magnetic lashes that sandwich your own natural lashes to avoid the risk of lash damage and traction alopecia.
To clarify, traction alopecia is the medical term for hair loss caused by pulling or tugging on the hair repeatedly. Oh, and don’t try magnetic eyeliner for the first time right before a major event, she says because there’s always the risk of contact dermatitis or an allergic reaction to the product, in which case you should quit using it right away.