Buying Guide: Amazon shoppers are loving magnetic eyelashes
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Buying Guide: Amazon shoppers are loving magnetic eyelashes

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If you’ve ever wanted an easier way to up your lash game, try this kit that Amazon shoppers are raving about. This magnetic eyelash kit by Arishine takes the pain and mess out of false eyelashes.

How It Works

Arishine’s magnetic eyelashes kit is easier to apply than traditional glue-on lashes. To use, you simply swipe the magnetic eyeliner over your regular liquid eyeliner, then apply the lash on top. That means no messy glue or discomfort upon removal.

Eyelashes for Every Occasion

This magnetic eyelashes kit comes with five pairs of eyelashes—two natural, two party and wedding sizes, and one daily style. The varying lengths can easily take you from day to night or from everyday to special occasion.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this eyelash extension kit, giving it 4.3 out of 5 stars with over 5,000 reviews. Customers loved the texture and feeling of these eyelashes and found the magnetic eyeliner much easier to apply than glue. Longtime lash extension wearers said they were never going back after trying this kit.

Arishine Magnetic Eyelashes Kit with Magnetic Eyeliner available from Amazon

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