How to Apply Ardell Magnetic Lashes

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How to Apply Ardell Magnetic Lashes

If you’ve been following my Youtube channel then you likely know that I rarely wear false lashes. I love how they look, but sometimes the glue can be incredibly messy, sticky, and if the glue isn’t tacky enough then you run the risk of ruining your entire eye makeup look. For this reason, when I first heard about magnetic lashes, I was immediately curious to try them out for myself. No glue? No messiness? No waiting for the glue to get tacky? Yep, count me in!

How to Apply Magnetic Lashes

Ardell recently released their new Magnetic Eyelashes at London Drugs. These lashes retail for $19.99 and since you don’t use glue to apply them, you can really re-use and re-wear them over and over again. I have worn mine about 8 times now and they are in perfect condition still. The style I like most is their Double 110 lash, it’s a bit softer, fluffier, and more natural looking.

How to Apply Ardell Magnetic Lashes

Now, I know what you’re thinking: these must be so difficult to apply! And, initially – they are. They take some practice getting used to, but once you do they are a total dream to wear. Don’t worry if they take you a few tries to apply, just like applying regular lashes – these have a learning curve. After a couple days of working with these, I found that I was able to apply them super quickly.

How to Apply Magnetic Lashes:

1. Position the upper lash on top of your lashes, you almost want to position it on the edge of your eyelid.
2. Take the under lash and hold it underneath your lashes. The magnet on the bottom lash will drag the upper lash off your lid and onto the lash line.
3. If it drags it out too much on the outer corner, just lightly pinch them together and push them in towards your lash line. (Don’t worry, the magnetics won’t hurt or pinch your eyes as you do this!)


Shop the Ardell Magnetics Lashes at London Drugs!



  1. March 2, 2018 / 1:15 pm

    I have seen magnetic lashes from another brand on you YouTube, but never paid much attention to that brand but the Adrell ones look so much better. I may have to try these!

    • Bree
      March 5, 2018 / 8:32 am

      Yeah these are great, especially the double 110s! Plus, a lot of other magnetic lash brands are SUPER expensive and I believe these ones are around $19 – which is much more affordable than others I’ve seen online. I’ve been really impressed with them!!

  2. March 3, 2018 / 1:07 am

    I get really frustrated when the glue doesn’t dry properly for the false lashes. Love the fact that these are magnetic. Would love to try them one day! 😀


  3. Melissa Lawson
    April 3, 2018 / 3:49 pm

    Witch ones am.I sapose to cut upper or lower

    • Bree
      April 3, 2018 / 7:52 pm

      Both! They both wedge onto your upper lashes so you need to cut both sides.

  4. Sofia,Gonzales
    April 8, 2018 / 8:25 pm

    They didn’t work for me I try to put them on and would fall off me I didn’t for 20 minutes and still they can off and I lost one of lashes, I wouldn’t buy them anymore, money waste

    • Bree
      April 8, 2018 / 8:47 pm

      Did you buy the Ardell ones? I have found they can slip (especially if its windy out) but I just pinch them and push them back in place. They shouldn’t fall off unless the magnets aren’t matched up properly? Did you wedge the lashes on either side of your top lashes?

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