Eyelash extensions offer a more spectacular and eye-catching look, but require more appointments and maintenance. Magnetic eyelashes are the budget option, but they don't look as natural, in my opinion, and they don't save you time in your daily makeup routine. Overall, although eyelash extensions require more visits to the eyelash salon and maintenance, they provide a more striking and prominent appearance. However, while the least expensive option is magnetic eyelashes, they don't look as natural as eyelash extensions and don't speed up the daily makeup procedure.
Still, it really depends on your preference. Eyelash extensions and magnetic eyelashes are two popular false eyelash options. You can wear them with a natural look for everyday use or with more drama and volume. Eyelash extensions are applied in an eyelash bar or salon by a professional cosmetologist, beautician, or licensed eyelash expert.
Eyelash extensions are created by applying false eyelashes individually to each natural eyelash (whether synthetic, silk or mink). Not only do the initial set of lashes cost less, but magnetic lashes don't require expensive refills. Magnetic eyelashes can be used all day long and are easily removed at night, you no longer have to pull away the sticky eyelash glue. After the first 48 hours, it is generally recommended to prevent the eyelashes from getting wet or to minimize them as well.
It is not recommended to use magnetic eyelashes and eyelash extensions at the same time, as both magnetic eyelashes and magnetic strips risk damaging both natural eyelashes and extensions when removed, so magnetic eyelashes should never be used over eyelash extensions. With the magnetic eyelashes, simply draw the magnetic eyeliner on the lash line and place the magnetic eyelashes in place. For each eye, you get an upper and lower eyelash, and you place your natural eyelashes between the magnetic strips. Glamnetic magnetic eyelashes are also reusable, as long as you take care of them according to the instructions.
Use an oil-free makeup remover whenever possible because the oil will damage your eyelashes if it comes into contact with them. Similarly, use micellar water or an oil-free makeup remover to remove the magnetic eyeliner from the upper lash line. You apply a magnetic eyeliner to the lash line and then place the magnetic eyelashes in position to use magnetic eyelashes. Eyelash extensions and magnetic eyelashes are two popular options for false eyelashes, and the cost between the two is quite dramatic.
But still, to ensure that you can protect your natural eyelashes, you need to be careful when removing them. After a day of use, carefully remove the eyelash band by slowly peeling it inward from the outer corner.