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Read This Before Shelling Out for Those Magnetic False Lashes


This article was originally published on November 15, 2016. (Scroll down for updates!)

When I first heard about One Two Cosmetics’ ingenious faux eyelash, One Two Lash, I immediately wanted to get my hands on them. One Two Lashes are the first false eyelashes to adhere to the eyelashes with magnets! (Don’t worry, I’ll explain.)

As someone with rather modest lashes and little patience when it comes to applying conventional false lashes, I’m perpetually in the market for an innovative lash product to basically give me lashes from nowhere (I know, such high expectations!). In early August, I pre-ordered a set of the Original Lash. (The pre-order price was easier to swallow than the lashes’ current price.) After months of not really knowing when I would get my new magnetic lashes, they finally arrived shortly before Halloween.

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Because the lashes received a lot of hype before many of the One Two Cosmetics customers received their lashes—and because they’re vegan and chemical-free!—I wanted to share my experience with them here—just in case you were thinking of picking up a set before the holidays.

How Magnetic False Lashes Work

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Magnetic eyelashes. You can tell upper and lower sets by the red dot.

For each eye, there are two strips of lashes, a strip that goes underneath the top eyelash and a strip that goes on top of the top eyelashes. Both strips have a small magnetic piece in the center. The bottom piece has a red dot on the magnetic piece to help you remember that’s the bottom lash.

With about 40 minutes of tedious practice, I was able to secure the magnetic lashes. There really was a bit of trial and error involved, but now I can get them on in a minute or less. There’s no glue needed.

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Magnetic Eyelashes

The best part about this product is probably the cool case…

The magnetic lashes are removed by using the thumb and forefinger to slide the magnetic strips apart. The lashes should never be pulled off the eyes. One Two Lashes can be used indefinitely with proper care (if you want to keep using them, of course). They may also be used with mascara provided the lashes are gently cleaned after wearing. The lashes come in a luxe box with designated magnetized sections in which to store the lash strips.

How Magnetic False Lashes Worked for Me

I wanted so badly to love these—especially after the long wait to receive the product, but I was a bit underwhelmed.

I didn’t so much mind the time it took to learn to apply them. My problems were really about the way the lashes looked.

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The lashes don’t really fit around the outer curve of the eyelid, which gives them an abrupt look and makes them difficult to “blend.”

  • From some angles, they looked okay, but because the strips aren’t very curved, they lay straight along my lash line, rather than following the natural curve of my eyelid. This resulted in a corner of the lash strip noticeable sticking out. (The lash strips aren’t bendable, either.)
  • I found that for lashes at their price point, they look rather cheap up close. In particular, the ends of the lashes themselves aren’t tapered like a natural hair. Rather, they’re blunt, making it immediately obvious that they’re fake.
  • If I did need to adjust the lashes after applying them (and my eye makeup), moving them around smeared the mascara and eyeliner.

These lashes would certainly suffice for photos (but not close ups) and for festive costumes and party wear. But a pair of synthetic lashes from the drugstore also suffice for those purposes—and are pretty darn cheap!

In the market for faux lashes? Save your $$$ and pick up a beautiful set of lashes by Georgie Beauty, a vegan and cruelty-free lash company (that’s so chic!). Ardell also offers numerous varieties of false lashes, some of which are available at your average drugstore, which is where I might head the next time I want a lash adventure. After all, my eyelash icon Lana del Rey is apparently obsessed with lashes from the drugstore. If they’re good enough for her, they’re good enough for me 😉

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**Updated August 16, 2017**

I recently decided to give One Two Lash another try. The glam case peeking out from the corner of my beauty kit had me convinced that if I gave it one more go, I might just be able to pull them off. (Alas, such is the power of beautiful packaging.)

To really give it my best shot, I decided to apply a healthy dose of eyeliner and mascara to “blend” the magnetic false lashes—and then wear them in public on a girls’ date. I met two of my friends for lunch and asked them both what they thought of my eyelashes. (Maybe I was being too critical of the lashes this whole time?)

Taylor*, who was giving me a ride, got the first glimpse. I really trust her opinion because she’s a fellow beauty addict and has seen more YouTube makeup tutorials than I can fathom.

Taylor wasn’t convinced: They look too straight—and why don’t they cover your entire lash? And they awkwardly start in the middle, was her assessment. Dependably, she had a YouTube recommendation.“You should really watch Manny MUA’s video about them. It’s everything.”

When we got to the restaurant, I asked our friend Eleanor* for her opinion of my magnetic lashes. 

“They look beautiful!”

Even up close? I asked.

“Well, it looks like they’re falling off at the edges…”

They weren’t, of course, falling off. The outer edge of the magnetic lashes remains straight rather than conforming to the contour of the eye. That said, I didn’t feel too self-conscious while wearing them in public. I knew they weren’t adequately fitted to my lash line, but I figured that from a distance, they probably looked okayish. I would just want to be standing at least six feet away from anyone who saw me.

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Bottom line: My initial feeling about One Two Lash is unchanged. I love the concept of magnetic false lashes, and I’m looking forward to seeing updates from the company, but these simply don’t look quite right on my eyes—whether I put them on the outer corners (as instructed) or closer to the center (where they’re less likely to have that falling-off look).

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That’s not to say that the magnetic false lashes adventure was over for me. In the name of beauty and scientific inquiry, I decided to compare One Two Lash to another magnetic false lashes brand called iLashes. These currently retail for $29.99, marked down from $79.99.

I knew that the packaging and quality of the lash materials may not have the same luxe feel as One Two Lash, but if I’ve learned anything about beauty products, it’s that packaging and branding aren’t everything, so I gave them a go!

Below, you’ll see my results with iLashes. They’re a bit bolder than One Two’s “Original” set, but I encountered a lot of the same problems with them: I had trouble finding the right spot along my eye line so they’d look the least awkward; the lashes have a similar “abrupt” look in the center (it’s a bit more pronounced than One Two given how dense these are); and finally, the lashes are straight at both ends, meaning they don’t contour to the curve of the eye (whhyyyy??).
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Bottom line: I didn’t feel that the iLashes magnetic false lashes were much different than those made by One Two when it came to end results. One Two remains the most luxe brand of magnetic false lashes, but I’ve just got to accept that they don’t quite agree with my eye shape—but that’s not to say that they won’t work for others since everyone’s eye shape is a bit different.

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While I realize that the whole point of magnetic false lashes is to take the hassle out of applying false lashes, I don’t believe the lash payoff outweighs the no-glue aspect of either brand of magnetic lashes (or their cost). Until I see some curved magnetic lashes on the market, I’ll be turning to Ardell or Georgie for my false lash needs!

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If you’re going to shell out $$$ on lashes, they better make you look like a snapchat filter is all I’m saying…

Have you tried any fun lash products? Let us know below!

*Names have been changed to protect the innocent.

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Photo: Mary Hood Luttrell; Lana del Rey via Instagram

Mary Hood Luttrell

Mary Hood Luttrell

Beauty Editor at Peaceful Dumpling
Peaceful Dumpling Beauty Editor and creator of Bisou du Jour, Mary Hood Luttrell lives with her husband in Corpus Christi, Texas. Mary is a freelance writer and writing and blogging consultant. A lover of whole foods, Mary delights in learning new ways to prepare vegan dishes. Mary also enjoys reading and writing poetry, art journaling, running, and practicing yoga and ballet. Follow Mary on her blog Bisou du Jour, Instagram and Pinterest.
  • patti cuozzo

    i agree…these lashes are so hard to apply. so disappointing 🙁

    • Kari-Lynn Michalchuk Heighingt

      Did you watch the how to application video? I did and applied as suggested. Got it first try and love them. There couldn’t be an easier product to apply. This concept is fabulous. I love mine ?

      • michele

        Aren’t you in their video?

        • AnitaTaco

          Good eye Michele! That is hilarious. I always thought people were exaggerating about paid shills coming to comment on bad reviews…LOL

        • Because the lashes received a lot of hype before many of the One Two Cosmetics customers received their lashes—and because they’re vegan and chemical-free!—I wanted to share my experience with them here—just in case you were thinking of picking up a set before the holidays.

  • Steph

    I am wondering which set of lashes you received – Original, Bold, or Accent? Thanks for the article. I see what you mean about the abruptness at the ends of the lashes. Maybe they could fan the lashes out diagonally at the end of each strip, and taper them more toward the inside of the eye and at the tips of each lash strand. I also noticed the lack of curvature and was concerned about the design using only one magnetic strip in the center of a too-long lash strip. I would feel more comfortable if they spaced two magnetic strips apart, reaching more closely to either end of each lash strip.

    • Hi Steph! I received the original set 🙂

    • Mick Garrett

      Try the accent lashes, ladies. LESS is more sometimes.

  • Kari-Lynn Michalchuk Heighingt

    Curious how it could take 40 mins to apply these LASHES. I just received mine yesterday. We had a family dinner and were running a little late. I told my hubby to just hang on a sec while I quickly put my lashes on. Ran up to my room, opened the parcel from the post office. I then applied the top to the top lash just like in the video and then the bottom. Bam-bam…,done! That said…,I ran upstairs opened the parcel applied and was downstairs in under two minutes. They are easier than I even imagined.
    I love them. Wore them out for the evening. No issues and they were very comfortable. Taking them off was just as easy.

    • Rebecca Russow

      I watched several videos and still had a very hard time applying them and when I got them on felt they looked extremely fake – too abrupt end in the center of my eye and way too full at the outer edges to look anywhere natural

      • Kari-Lynn Michalchuk Heighingt

        Rebecca I am sorry to hear that. I find them easy but maybe they aren’t meant for you. Have you tried anything to increase eyelash growth. If you are wanting a truly natural look there are many on the market. I am not sure if you have heard of Monat but we sell a fantastic one with a full money back guarantee. It’s called Eye Wonder and you can check it out here..,

        I also have a Facebook page if you search

        All that is required with Eye Wonder is application to the lash line Morning and evening on a clean eyelid. You can search Monat Eye Wonder for before and after pics.

        If you are interested or have questions you can reach me through my website.

        As for the magnetic LASHES…,they also have a money back guarantee so if they aren’t working for you, just send them back ?

    • nin

      Bam bam yeah right

    • nin

      Can you read…Read the reviews Ms bam bam done. Lol

  • Thank you so much for this review, Mary! I know this is a really belated comment, but this post was so helpful for me. I’d much rather have no false lashes on than blunt false lashes, so that seals the deal!

    • Lindsey

      I feel like there was user error here … these lashes are meant to be applied to the middle-outer corner of your eye. Not smack dab in the middle of the lashline … mine look good!

      • Rebecca Russow

        I agree about the placement in the photo….however I don’t have a lot of lashes from the inner to the middle so I got just as an abrupt look whenever I applied them correctly. After a long wait, I boxed them up and they are on the way back to the company. I really wanted these to work,but they just looked fake. I’ll stick with my extensions (which last 3-4 weeks and also cost $69…but each trip!!) and I constantly get comments about beautiful, natural eyelashes (I don’t cover the extensions with mascara).

        • michele

          Don’t they ruin your real lashes?

          • I’m not sure if these do damage to real lashes. I imagine that if they were used gently, damage probably wouldn’t be much of an issue, but as with all things, moderation is probably best.

          • Mick Garrett

            No. Follow instructions, use a gentle hand – these are your eyes, after all…

        • Hi Rebecca! Thanks for sharing your experience. I, too, tried placing them “correctly,” but got an abrupt look as well :/

        • Mick Garrett

          At roughly $140 a month for lashes, you must be rolling in disposable income. I got my One Two magnetic accent lashes 6 weeks ago and have yet to wear the second set. But I chose the demi lash – not the full lash because I did want just an accent, not a ‘false eyelash’ look. Depends on what look you want. Right tool, for the right job.

          • Margaret Sharp

            I only see one kind on the One Two website – is there another style available elsewhere?

      • Mick Garrett

        Mine have always look good. Reams of compliments.

  • Lindsey

    Hmm it appears that you applied the lashes in the incorrect place … they aren’t meant to sit in the middle of your lashes [or as close to your inner eye as where you have them placed] … they are meant to cover the middle to outer corner portion of your lash line. And you apply mascara to the rest of your lashes [so, middle to inner corner] … Ive tried these and like them! And they definitely dont look or lay like these …

    • B Jones

      Also – wouldn’t if be possible to just trim the edge? I might still try these out since I am allergic to all glues. I am concerned about the post above regarding her swollen eyes 🙁

      • Hi there! Trimming the edges may definitely work! I’ve tried trimming lashes (the regular kind), and I often botch the job haha, but I’m sure there’s a way to possibly customize these 🙂

      • Mick Garrett

        Don’t trim. adjust where you put them. FIRST fill in your real lashes with lash lengthening mascara and apply normal (not necessarily THICK) eyeliner. LET IT DRY. Then place the lashes. Everyone is unique – you will have to experiment for the best fit.

    • Sigi

      Middle to outer corner only would look awkward. Why accept that look, ? enhance middle-to-outer only ? It looks strange.She showed photos of it that way too. You missed it.

    • Leslie Slavens

      that doesn’t seem right, lashes need to go where people need them most and often that is not the center of the lid. I believe there is a market for custom magnet lashes that would be customized lash by lash and then magnets placed in the needed areas based on a persons eye shape, size… Hmmm? I am thinking about the possibilities

      • Haute Pepper

        The middle to outer edge lashes give a retro Marilyn Monroe type of look. Personally, I like that effect. Has anyone tried curling the lashes? That would help tremendously with some of the problems I’m reading about here. Also, you can get eyelash extensions for less than $100 & a $50 fill every 4-6 weeks and they never come off, no fighting to get them too look right, no need for mascara.

  • SansSensibility

    This was my assessment as well after receiving mine. I still had to use glue which totally defeated the purpose! Waste of $70 for me. 🙁

    • michele

      Why? Did they not stay?

  • Gisele R

    I bought the lashes too and I got an extremely bad reaction after half a day of wearing. I woke up the next day with my lash line being red, swollen, extremely painful and puffy. I noticed after 4 hours of wearing the lashes were feeling uncomfortable. I wore no mascara as instructions said to only put on inner corners which kind of defeats the purpose. I figured since I was wearing my glasses that day, no one would get a close look at my lashes. I have been wearing Ardell Wispies almost daily for years and can wear the same pair at least 5 times with no reaction. Also wear MAC and Kiss and never any reactions. Today I could not wear makeup and have been applying hot cloths to eyes. I hope better by tomorrow, otherwise going to see doctor. Can’t blame eye makeup as wore none yesterday. Only wore magnetic lashes. Throwing away!! Not worth it.

    • Sorry to hear about your reaction! Yikes. Thank goodness for Ardell 🙂

      • Mick Garrett

        Everyone reacts differently. If you fool with them for an extended period of time, or apply them on the lid line where they can rub, it will irritate your eyes. ICE for swelling – not heat…

  • Mary R

    I am glad to see this review! I received mine today and am just OK with these. I positioned the lashes in the middle/edge of the eye area as shown in the video, but the end sticks out in the middle because there is no curve. Also, one of the magnets was half off a top piece when I opened the case making it unusable. I’ve already emailed customer service about it. Fingers crossed it won’t be a hassle. Otherwise, I will return them because these are too expensive to receive anything defective. Hopefully that will be addressed and after a few more days I will like them better.

    • Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts! Hopefully, the lashes start working better for you 🙂

      • Mary R

        I have an update. The Customer Service for this company did an amazing job. They were responsive, gave me a full refund and didn’t have me send the lashes back. I hope they work on these to fit better against the eyelid, maybe magnetic dots along the line instead of one rectangle in the middle? In any case, although they didn’t work out for me for a few reasons, their CS will make me look at future products if they improve the design.

        • I’m so glad you had such a nice CS experience! I’m definitely rooting for the company, and I’ll also be staying tuned to see if they update the design.

  • Chloe

    more pictures showing the issues would have been nice.

  • Alex

    Soooooo underwhelmed here as well. In my case they blended fine with my natural lashes, but the magnets are so pathetic that I lost them in less than 5 hours. The company won’t let me buy a replacement one either. Their customer service is God awful. Don’t waste your $, they just want you to spend another $70 every few days. For that I’ll save my money and use falsies put on every few weeks.

    • Dee

      I use magnets for some of the jewelry I make, Alex, and they are super strong….so it’s possible you may not have had a ‘full on’ connection. I just got mine and will take note of your comment and see how well mine’ll stay on…

    • Mick Garrett

      Not applied correctly, I would wager…or you rub/touch your eyes. Not the first issue with loss from my experience. As for applied lashes…it’s no less expensive.

  • Dee

    I agree with Lindsey…but in addition, I would swear you put them in the wrong eyes…meaning they would have looked much better if you put the one shown in the left eye into your right eye and vice versa.

    • Thanks, Dee! I’ll have to keep playing with them.

      • Mick Garrett

        DO experiment – if you get the left and right sides mixed up, position an improper fit for you (no product is perfectly one size fits all), or put the bottom lash on the top accidentally….it’s going to look wrong.

        Try using a pointed rubber tipped dental gum massaging tool (doesn’t stick to the magnetic lash). Place the lash, the use the tool to precisely position (blend) the top lash on yours FIRST before attaching the bottom lash. The tool allows you to adjust the fit better as it’s thinner and more precise than your fingers.

  • Melody

    Mary!!!! Thank you so much! I’m really glad I read this before I invested in them!

    • Thanks, Melody! Hope you find a pair our there that works for you 🙂

  • Dee

    I have to say, as a past patent holder, I was amazed at the incredibly short timeline from when I heard about “these” (One Two) magnetic eyelashes—the “Originals”—and googling to place my order HOW MANY KNOCK-OFF BRANDS THERE ALREADY WERE!!! So I cannot assume you are speaking about (One Two) unless you specify. There were some really tacky looking “others” out there… It would be a shame to knock the wrong company…

    • michele

      You can clearly see they are one two. Sounds like people who work for the company made their way here. I was going to order some but they said 6 weeks. I see posts when they pop up in my feed of women still not receiveing after 3 months. Plus they use cheap lashed that are straight. Those never do anything for me. Why don’t they sell elsewhere so you don’t have to wait so long? I already know the answer.

      • Dee

        “Sounds like people who work for the company made their way here.”

        If your last comment was to MY reply then all I can say is…There you go ASSUMING again! Try sticking to facts, Hon.

        • Diana Lee

          I see above where it makes it clear what company they are from.

          • Mick Garrett

            I am a bonafide user of the lashes, love the look, have no issues. ONE TWO is the product – the knock-offs look unnatural like Halloween or stage costume lashes.

        • michele

          Assuming again?

      • These are definitely One Two Lashes. I think they have a faster turn around time these days, so that’s something 🙂

      • Mick Garrett

        I got mine in less than 2 weeks. It’s a production issue and if they have a run on product, they have to set back delivery.

    • Mary R

      Mine were from One Two in Originals style. It took several months to receive them, but they kept me updated during that time. I am disappointed that they arrived defective and didn’t work well for me as noted in my review below. Hopefully the design issues for fit will be corrected. I would gladly purchase from them again based on my experience with their Customer Service.

      • Mick Garrett

        Try the accent lashes – smaller, and gives an outer edge lift.

    • nin

      The one two company is the tacky company K. Stoka the creator mixed truth with lies in her video..All you have to do is watch the utube video of the women who buy these products with their money try on the product according to directions and shows the results good or bad and one two lashes the original stink. I don’t know if you work for her or are related but to say they are better then the rest you gotta be kidding or paid..I believe the shoppers because they have nothing nada to do with the company with exception of the ones who do these videos for the company, these women have nothing to lose..They don’t get paid don’t look their best trying these products they are themselves not out to impress. Ms. Stoka uses some fine words and has the gift of gab in her “only have a few left this low of a price, and sound very convincing. But trust me if these were the breakthrough she calls in her video for women in one to two seconds or minutes to apply lashes she would not even have a video she would already be a billinaire like the cosmetic company men who made and continue to make billions on us with products that did work, had toxins but worked and unfortunetely that is what the cosmetic company have done to us it made us immune to poison on our faces mouth hair and bodies but we keep buying with the exception of a few that really care what they use most women if it says it takes wrinkles or thicken hair or lashes most women will try to buy it and they know it. Look how they sell less than an oz of vitamin c for one hundred and plus because they claim it is pure vitamin C and we all know C is great for skin yes it is dummies from the inside out..No creams serum or mask can take wrinkles away..We all know this but we buy anyway..Well gals next time you buy that forty buck cream for the face to shrink wrinkles know that your wrinkles are going no where unless you get botox or fillers..What the moisterizer will do is give the illusion of hydrated face not dry and crackly No, it give the illusion because when skin looks hydrated it looks fresher and younger not dry and lining. lines look smoother not so noticiable like when the face is dry and dull. So next time buy it because it does this and you won’t be disappointed or feel used. Sorry, got carried away..As for the lashes obviously the magnit idea is not a very good one why because there are more womeen disatisfied than not which means the bad out weighs the good..For the one who do like them I don’t understand why they do not see what the other hundreds see, that it does not come all the way up on the lash, wearing mascara on them was a hassle, sixty nine days, one customer waited with email excuses..That the lash does not stay all the way that the ends stick out straiht that they do not bend when in the creator’s video she said they did..ONE TWO LASHES IS A SCAM INDEED..What an actress that creator of one two is on her video and boy she’s sooo convincing. I am so glad I read these reviews and read the article.

  • thanks for the review

  • Diana Lee

    What are the best lashes without spending a arm and a leg to get?

    • Hi Diana! That’s a great question–and I wish I knew the answer to it or I would definitely own several pairs myself. As far as regular false lashes go, I like the brand Georgie–they’re synthetic and have non-toxic glue–but I’ve yet to find those holy grail lashes!

    • Mick Garrett

      Using them as a temporary costume or for every day? Drugstore lashes & glue will do for costuming – cheap, cheap. Professionally applied individual lashes are the best and most expensive look (2 hours at the salon, too). They don’t last – longest I know of is 6 weeks with gap filling required in between times.

      he magnetic demi/accent lashes are great for the general user looking for a bit of self-applied glamour for an evening out, sans icky glue, and re-usable. You have to be smarter than the lashes to make them work for you, though.

  • passenger61

    Hi Mary, thanks so much for your review and also to many other ladies for their reviews. Ok, that seals the deal for me. Im out. Way to expensive to fork out for un-natural looking blobs. Thanks again ladies.

  • Denise Osicka

    Almost all fake eyelashes damage your own.

    • Mick Garrett

      Mascara, dye, extensions, and lash growth products can be problematic as well. All depends on the individual and how they use the product.

  • Carla Berks Abrams

    appreciate your input

  • Lucy Papas I had a little look on eBay at the various different types of magnetic eyelashes you can buy and it seems the ones you have only have the magnet in the centre and I’ve seen ones with 2 magnets and one of which is at the end you seem to have the issue with? Thank you for your informative blog and I’m definitely going to be giving some a go x

  • Yulia Samara

    The magnet fell off at the first attempt of application. They are not curved correctly and the end stick out. Scam. Don’t buy.

    • Mick Garrett

      That’s unfair. Defective products are promptly refunded by One Two. If they don’t fit you, send them back and get refunded instead of labeling.

  • WOW, all I can say is thank you for this truly honest and helpful review!! SO tired of sponsored posts and am glad to have stumbled across your site!

  • mermaidz


    I absolutely hate these “One Two” lashes. They do not stay on, they do not lay across the lash line, and they are NOT easy to apply. The lashes are now ruined because of attempting to put on so many times. The lashes have twisted, clumped and bent. They are not a superior product in my opinion. They are so small I have lost all the right lashes, as they fall off and I can not find them in the bathroom drawers or carpet. I am very disappointed in this product. I wanted to send them back for your so called refund policy however, I do think you will accept the kit with only the left side.

    I will be writing negative reviews every where I can since this company does not answer when written to.

    Dawn A.

    Order # 173899

  • jeanette_lucero

    Bouldervibes sells lashes that cover the full eye

    • Roya Rae Hudspeth

      I ordered them.. took way too long to get them, but they were definitely an improvement on One Two lashes. I’m not completely sold on them either, but I’m using them for my base to make my own magnetics with good old false lashes that I know fit my eye width and curve. I did, however, find the exact same lashes in the exact same case on eBay from China for a fraction of the cost (and they arrived quicker than Bouldervibes).

  • Meghan

    Thank you SO much for this review. You have saved me both time and money in not purchasing these. Thanks again!! 🙂

  • Maria Pignone

    Love Love your review… I think I’ll wait to see if the company makes them better. You saved me some money thanks again

  • Anita Cranbrook

    Hi Everyone: *This* is the drugstore brand to get: “Kiss I Envy Trio Lashes” (but yes still requires a bit of glue). Individual lashes (which really means individual clumps of 3) take too long to apply. A full set of lashes (to me, or on me) looks fake. Lash extensions looked amazing on me but seriously bothered my eyes. The Kiss envy trio lashes are perfect and reviewed extremely positively on Amazon (mirroring my personal positive experience). What makes the Kiss Envy trio is that they are neither individual clumps, nor a full set, but rather a trio of individual clumps (so it’s quicker to put on, but you maintain a more natural look and more flexibility than with a full lash set). I use the “short” length to keep it really natural. I put several of these onto each eye, cover-up with mascara, and Voila! No one can tell…

  • Liz Mack

    This was very fun to read as I just heard about these TODAY, and always thought I knew what was going on! I think that, if they’re really to be what most of us want, we shouldn’t have to struggle with wondering about where to put something on eyes which we’ve lived with our whole lives. Not buying them, gave up falsies years ago and still am always hoping to find the perfect mascara–never do, and probably couldn’t afford the brand if it does exist.

  • Homo Cosmic

    I just ordered one. 🙂 But I don’t give up to raise my own long lashes! As my sister succeeded with Cherish Lash enhancer, I’m sure I will as well! So let’s be resourceful in all directions, haha ;))

  • Phyllis Weiss

    Thank you for telling it like it is. Reading about your experience most definitely saved a lot of us from the unfortunate drama you had to go through. I really appreciate the heads up. I was definitely about to jump right in to the same waste of money and time.

  • Very helpful review and video as well but sounds like it’s a kind of trial and error and like you said, everyone’s eyes are different as far as the shape. ” Group on” has a sale for $12 and I’m not sure of the brand but not much to lose so I will give it a try as I have all these glue on lashes that I never seem to have the time to get around to putting them on so if this would work esp in the evening in a pinch, not much to lose. Thank you for this help.

  • Pamela Davis

    I purchased magnetic lashes from

    After a month of waiting and still no package I contacted them and they provided me a tracking number which did not seem to exist as when I tried to look up information I received a message “No information available for this package”. Then when I escalated it to a PayPal dispute they suddenly had a different tracking number for me.

    Finally, after 69 days of email excuses from them, the package arrived, but the right lashes were damaged. (Side note and buyer beware: even if the right lashes weren’t damaged, these lashes look NOTHING like the photos on the website, so if that’s what you think you are receiving you’ll be very disappointed).

    According to Choicest1 “Customer Service” (and I use that term very loosely),these lashes apparently aren’t intended to fit your full eye (as indicated in the photos), they are just meant to go on the outer edge and are considered “3/4” lashes. However in the set they sent me, the right side arrived missing lashes on 1/4 of the strip leaving a sharp piece of bare plastic sticking out into the middle of my eye. So I guess I am to wear 3/4 lashes on the left and 1/2 lashes on the right.

    I complained and asked for a refund and sent them photos of the defect, as well as photos of the lashes on my eye, however was told that these lashes are not considered defective, and that I should cut the excess plastic off the right side, put on a little mascara and wear them that way.

    Of note, I tried putting the “non-defective” left side lashes on to see how they fit, and they look horrible. they don’t curve with your eye, so you have a fake looking bar of plastic and gnarled lashes going straight across the eye which looks absolutely ridiculous.

    So to conclude, I would not purchase anything from Choicest1 and definitely do not recommend the magnetic lashes as in my experience they do not look the way they do in advertisements.

    • nin

      Almost an hour of lies or truth with lies on on the video with the creator of the magnic lashes, K. Stoka..She sounds so convincing on her video..It’s not enough with this broad that forever men have made themselves billionaires off women’s insecurities and now we have to be careful with the women and their beauty products too But I have to remind myself she is not in the business of caring she is in the business of making money and if she has to say a fib because they all do it why not..The models she had on the video were either actresses or liars or they had them applied in the studio and that would make it a hell of a lot easier to wear but we don’t have a make up artest or a volunteer make up person in our closet when we need him/her..Sixty nine day, wow, she should be ashamed of herself in her video she says we would get then in a few days very clearly. I don’t think it’s so amazing that customer service send refund and did not want the lashes back. BIG DEAL, THAT’S WHAT SHE WAS SUPPOSE TO DO. The point is it should not have happened that she had to send them back and this chick want’s to glorify them for it, forget that, that’s their job when they fuck up so why cheer them on for doing their jobs. that is why they get away with stuff like lying or mixing lies with truth. Why would you give a company that lied not only in writing but in a video and charged an arm and leg for junk..Why would anyone even think of buying from them again if they improve, what about the lying does that mean anything to the review who cheer them on?

  • Janice McGrath

    Aren’t you gorgeous! And thanks so much for sharing. Such a detailed experience. The “curve” of the lashes are so very important.
    Much appreciated your post Cutie Pie!

  • AnitaTaco

    I am wrestling with a pair of “Lux Lashes” (16.95 on Amazon, delivered with Same-Day((Is there a more magnificent, brilliant, genius, amazing service other than Same Day delivery from Amazon? The impatient girl in me screams, “NOOOOOO! There isn’t!”)))

    Anyhow, my “Lux” set has 2 magnets instead of 1 on each strip, 1 on each side with nothing in the middle. The strip is short, and still only suppose to go on the outer corners. Ugh, it is the bane of my existence! I place the upper strip, after my eyelashes have their mascara and have been curled, as per the directions. So I lay the top strip on top and as I’m bringing the bottom up to meet it, the magnets engage and the top one comes flying down to the bottom one and it happens no matter what I do, like hold it down, or do the bottom 1st etc. So the outer corner always connects at least halfway down from my natural lash line.

    I thought 2 magnets would be better, I suppose it could just be me.. I’ll have to give them to my sister, she’s the makeup Queen! If she can’t get them to work for her, they won’t work for anyone!!

    • michele

      Haha. I always say false eye lashes are the bane of my existence too. Lol. Takes me that long too.

  • Cielo Jerde

    I was not able to put this”One two Cosmetic eye lashes on. I followed the instructions and tried several times without luck. I them call the company and I am sending its back. I am very disappointed!

  • Beauty

    I ran into the same situation with this straightness of the lashes, so what I did to get them to contoured to the eyes was what I had to do with a regular strip, I put a little bit of glue on the first one,( the top one), and just attach the second one with the magnet . It works very well, but when you are doing it for yourself it’s a lot more difficult, then doing them on someone else. Main reason why it’s more difficult when you’re doing them for yourself is that you cannot see unless you have very good eyesight or a good magnified mirror to see where you need to put a little bit more glue at on the ends to make it tap down and stay.
    I am just trying them out, have no info on how long they will stay, so I will come back to make more comments later. g

  • Sigi

    Thanks for saving me from those !

  • Carol Klinger

    Read your comments on the magnetic lashes (they caught my interest too!). Started searching online and this is what i found, I too have used Ardell so I think this may be our answer. I’m going to try them. Fingers crossed. (They are pre – curved). Sorry, it’s not letting me “paste” the picture, but here’s the description: Pre-curved band makes magnetic lashes easier to put on because they’re perfectly contoured to fit the lid The magnets of the top lash with magnets of the bottom lash-just place and press, simply effortless
    Budge-proof: no adhesive needed. Lashes stay put until you’re ready to remove them
    Made of human hair for a soft, natural look
    Ardell Magnetic Lash collection is a revolutionary multi-magnet technology that uses virtually invisible magnets, strategically embedded end to end for complete magnetic contact so lashes lay down seamlessly along the natural lash line and don’t flare out. Pre-curved bands make these magnetic lashes easier to put on because they’re perfectly contoured to fit the lid. A wide array of lash looks including our #1 selling Wispies, the original feathered lash, and natural lashes in strip and accent styles give you a choice in which to capture that special look. They are available at Sally’s Beauty supply and start at $12.99. Hope this was helpful.

    • I just got a set of the Ardell Accents 101 from Walgreens. Curved with 3 magnets. I have to practice with them more but if I can get the hang of putting them on I think they will be great.

  • Lya Davis (Epsylona)

    I have also bought a pair of magnetic lashes ( with two magnets) and I love them because the ones i have look natural(not too overwhelming) and the magnets last all day ( about 7 hours-the time I have to wear them) without having to adjust them too much (it will be a big lie if I tell that they just stay in place without moving even a little bit). The only problem I have is the straight line in the middle. I also wish that they could make them more curved that’s why I was thinking of trying out the ones with 3 magnets. Maybe because of that middle magnet it will look better and the straight line won’t show up.

  • Leslie Slavens

    I have been reading about these lashes for a while and I could see just by the lash the one center magnet is not going to allow a lash to lay right, but I have also seen some lashes out there that have 3 magnets so that they are held down on the ends where it counts. I have to admit I don’t wear and have never tried any false eyelashes, but I am going to give it a shot. Have you since tried the lashes with multiple magnets?

    • Roya Rae Hudspeth

      I have. Ordered them from China on eBay and got them in record time, and they came in the exact same case as the other pricier brand, only these are full lashes and have three magnets. Ta da! OTOH, I have seen a tutorial on making your own with whatever false lashes you prefer and I’m anxious to try it because I like long spiky (think mod 60s Twiggy) lashes for some occasions.

  • I just found a set of magnetic lashes by Ardell at Walgreens. Got the Accents 101 pair but they had a few other styles. I really want to like them but I am having issues putting them on and noticing some of the same issues you mentioned above. I will keep trying and am happy to have found an option that was more cot effective.

    • Aggelos Aggelidis

      No don’t worth it really!!!!

  • Aggelos Aggelidis

    I want just to share that Magnetic eyelashes didn’t stay they slide on my real lashes. and I bought the expensive one Ardell. I can imagine if I put them and then I am outside somewhere in just blink my eyes and they falling!
    Is there anyone else have the same problem or it is just only me?

  • yourclassyeys Isakovan

    Good day! Would be happy to see you in our cosy Eyelash Extensions Studio in Brooklyn

  • Thank you for providing such nice and useful information.

  • when found it ?

  • Debbie Manas

    I purchased one two lashes and they are horrible to put on. The
    problem is the magnets are so small that it so hard to click the top and
    bottom together. I recently purchased some magnetic lashes from target
    and they are great. The magnet covers the entire lash so they click
    together the first try and they were on $14.00 for a pair. I love them

  • Barbara Guy Fors

    I purchased the one two’s also. Could not get the ends of the false lashes to adhere to my eyelid. I tried several times and also had a friend try to put them on for me but no luck. They refused to take them back so I am out the $49.95. I would not do it again.

  • nin

    I am glad that I read this because I had just finished watching and listening to K. Stoka the creator of the magnetic lashes and she sounded so convincing in that she just cared about us. Eventhough I know business people are not in the business of caring but rather in the business of money with the exception of those that take putting their name on a brand want to be proud of it..Not many although a lot of them will start with good intention but then when they start making money the greed steps in but that’s a choice..Never the less, she sounded so convincing..In the beauty cosmetic world men have made billions off women’s insecurities we don’t need women doing the same but they do..Thank you for telling the truth which made Ms. Stoke either a liar or spoke too soon. The curves according to her video go around most eyes but yet here it tells us the band does not bend so someone is not telling the truth and quite frankly I believe this woman who has nothing to lose by telling us and advising us with the truth..Every product should have undercover people who have nothing to do with the company or anyone associated with it and bring it to us via utube..The women who buy and try and try again are who I would put my money on..So again I am grateful for you beautiful gals who do this, who buy the products with their own money, show us by the product’s direction how it works and lets us decide after her take on it..It took you forty minutes of practicing to put the magnetic lashes on according to directions way but Ms. Stoka in her video says it takes one two minutes to apply just like the name..So, who is telling the truth her'”? Again I would not go with the creator of the lash, she’s trying to convince us to buy her lashes for fifty bucks that stick out in the middle like this review under mine claims or sticks out at the ends and that they are applied on the middle of the lasehes almost and are made to wear without mascara so why say it OK to wear mascara later?..Almost threw fifty bucks plus tax away. Ms. Stoka’s models I am sure had them applied to them buy Ms. Stoka’s workers that probably practiced for months so they did not apply themselves most likely and it is easier when someone else applies something for us like hair dye.

  • unclerhea

    I put mine on this morning and it took all of 30 seconds. i have never even worn false lashes before. maybe it’s all in wrist?

  • Moon Trask

    I just read your review and I have to agree (even though I’ve never had/used the magnetic lashes). I was wondering if you’ve ever tried to use both sets on your lashes?

  • Guillermina

    My eyelashes started falling out 2 years ago I was prescribed latisse and it worked but was too expensive.I tried the arebonne serum but that didn’t help. I was about to suck it up and go back to Latisse but I thought I would read some reviews on google which lead me to dermalmd eyelash serum. I bought this and the mascara (the thick brush was too clumpy for me but my daughter likes it) the thin brush is perfect. In just two weeks I notice a huge difference. My lashes are longer and fuller and in just two weeks I don’t have to fill the holes with liner. Awesome.. I’m posting a review because it worked great and it was a review that helped me to find it.

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