by Miranda Mendelson
Magnetic liner is an easy alternative to glue for applying fake lashes.
Apply the magnetized liner to your lid as you would a normal eyeliner, and the magnetic lashes will stick on the line and hold all day!
My favorite magnetic liner and lash kit is from the Arishine brand, which comes with 5 sets of lashes and two liquid magnetic eyeliners. A lot of value for the price!
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Apply the magnetic liquid liner across your upper lash line as normal. Be sure to create a thick enough line for the magnets on the lashes to grab onto, and go from corner to corner.
To help your natural lashes blend in with the falsies, curl them and add a thin coat of mascara.
Line up the magnetic lash to the outer corner, and let it snap into place. Use your fingers or tweezers to press the rest of the lash along the magnetic liner.
How to Put on Glue-On Fake Lashes
PRO TIP #1: Magnetic liner can be thick, making it trickier to apply smoothly. Apply your normal eyeliner first to create a sharp line, then add the magnetic liner closest to your lash line so you don't have to worry about it looking messy.
PRO TIP #2: If you need to trim your magnetic lash to fit you, you have to keep a magnet on the inner and outer corners or one side will lift up. If this ends up making your lash too small, consider cutting them in half to create corner lashes.