Eylure is revolutionizing false eyelashes with our latest innovation. The ProMagnetic Eyeliner allows you to apply any magnetic lashes with ease (no need for glue). You'll achieve perfect lashes in Minutes. This eyeliner with patent-pending technology is super easy and quick to use. Apply the liquid eyeliner on your lash line (2-3 coats) and let it completely dry. Then pop any magnetic lash onto the liner... and you're done! This easy to use eyeliner formula is long-lasting, smudge-proof, and safe for daily wear.
How to Apply:
Step one: Apply 3 coats of liner across entire length of lash line. Allow each layer to dry completely. PRO TIP 1: To get the best look for your eye shape start with a light layer. Continue to build a fuller line with your 2nd and 3rd coat. PRO TIP 2: For best magnetism build liner to be as thick as the lash band.
Step two: Apply lashes directly to liner and press to secure. PRO TIP: If you need to remove lashes to adjust, make sure to re-apply fresh coats of liner before reattaching.
Easy Application in Minutes • No Glue Needed • Eyeliner is long-lasting, smudge-proof • Ophthalmologist and dermatologist tested • Safe for daily wear
I am a dabbler in lashes (I've tried glue and magnetic before for special events), but a newbie to liquid liner. I already had some magnetic lashes on hand, so I thought I'd give this a try.
If you wear liquid eyeliner and false eyelashes already, then switching to this magnetic eyeliner with a magnetic lash should simplify you routine. For me there was a learning curve to using the liner, but I found that it was mostly my own fear holding me back (it's really not hard).
I had some trial and error and would offer these tips: per the directions, you MUST apply 3 coats, and generously, and let it dry between coats. Don't be afraid of it. If you fudge your lines its easy enough smudge a bit to clean up. Because you apply 3 coats it is actually easier to get the overall look you want (if one eye doesn't perfectly match the other in the first coat, it evens out after 3). The area you line is the "stick" area for your lash. Pretty obviously, thin lines don't offer a place for the magnets to stick.
Application of the lash is a BREEZE once the liner is dry. If you happen to pull up a little of the liner while positioning your lash, just reapply in that spot.
Personally, I was a little hesitant wearing the liner for the first time, and I don't think I did a perfect job, but I received SO many compliments!
It did clean off easily with generic eye makeup remover.