Wearing false lashes doesn't have to take up all your time and leave you feeling stressed. Well at least not with SpotOn Eyelashes, it doesn't.
If you're wondering how to apply magnetic eyelashes with SpotOn Magnetic Eyelashes, rest easy. The process is so simple that you'll never want to switch to the old way of wearing false lashes again!
We know how messy glue can be and how difficult the process of sandwiching your lashes between magnetic stips can be.
So instead, we found a way to take all the drama out of the relationship between you and your lashes. In four easy steps, you'll have your dream lashes in just a few minutes.
How to apply magnetic eyelashes in four easy steps:
1. Apply your SpotOn Magnetic Eyeliner
2. Apply mascara while you wait for the magnetic liner to dry (optional)
3. Perform the "dry test"
4. Once your magnetic liner is dry, snap on your SpotOn Magnetic Eyelashes.And that's it! They will click on instantly. It really is that simple, and it takes only a few minutes.
Choosing Between Gel and Liquid Eyeliner:
When you apply magnetic eyelashes, you can either choose to use magnetic gel or liquid eyeliner. Both work perfectly with all of our magnetic lashes, so you can make your choice based on whichever one you love more!
Our gel eyeliner has more of a creamy texture and is perfect for a smokey eye look or for a fun cat-eye. It dries down super matte and works for both day and night! If you're new to using eyeliner, the gel will most likely be the easiest for you to apply. Just make sure that you have the eyeliner brush that goes with the gel.
If you want more of a precise line, then our liquid magnetic eyeliner is probably the better choice for you since it's thinner. If you're new to liquid eyeliner but you still want to use it, it will take a little practice. But the end result will definitely be worth it!
Can't choose between the two? You can always try both! It's always great having the best of both worlds, and you'll have so many looks that you can try out.
Best Tricks for Liquid Magnetic Eyeliner:
Since liquid eyeliner is a little more difficult to apply, we've put together a few tips and tricks that you can use. Use any or all of these tips to become a pro at applying liquid eyeliner!
#1: Shake your liquid eyelinerYou always want to start by shaking your SpotOn Liquid Eyeliner. This will help make sure your liquid eyeliner is covered on your brush tip which will make it easier to apply.
#2: Stabilize your hand on your faceTry to avoid having shaky hands when you're putting on liquid eyeliner. Stabilizing your hand on your face will give you more control when applying your eyeliner.
#3: Stamp and use small brushstrokesOnce your hand is stabilized, you can draw short brush strokes or you can use a stamping motion where you stamp the eyeliner onto the lash line to create the line.You can also use a combination of the two where you stamp and then create a small brushstroke afterward.
#4: Hold your eyeliner toward the endIf you hold your liquid eyeliner near the end, it will help you to not put too much pressure on the tip when you're applying it. Putting too much pressure can result in an uneven look.
#5: Fill in the gap linesMake sure to fill in the gaps in your lash lines so that the magnetic lashes blend better with your natural lashes.
#6: Winged eyeliner (optional)To get the perfect winged eyeliner look, imagine a line that extends from your lower lash line to your eyebrow. Once you've extended the line, connect the wing to the rest of the liner and fill it in.After you have the general shape, you can go in and make the wing even more sharper and precise.
#7: Close your eyesThis tip is especially important if you have hooded eyes. Look down or close your eyes while your eyeliner is drying so that it doesn't rub off on the top of your lid. Wait at least two minutes and then perform the "dry test."
#8: Start with your eyeliner
If you're new to liquid eyeliner, we recommend applying your eyeliner before you apply the rest of your makeup.
Applying your liner first will help just in case you make any mistakes. It will be easier for you to correct them, and you won't have to worry about messing up any of the other makeup that you have already applied.