Did you know that there is a right way to remove magnetic eyeliner and lashes? Today we’re going to show you how to take off your MoxieLash Magnetic Liner and Magnetic Eyelashes the proper way. With this method, you can keep your fake lashes in the best shape possible.
We didn’t invent magnetic lashes — we created a secret formula that makes them work. Magnetic eyeliner is an alternative to the traditional magnetic lash application method where you have to sandwich your natural lashes between two magnetized fake lash strips to get full, gorgeous eyelashes. We've created a much simpler method.
Meet the only real magnetic eyeliner on the market: MoxieLash Magnetic Eyeliner. Goes on your eyes just like any other eyeliner would, but it contains 100% real iron, which makes it magnetize to the magnets on our lash bands.
Are you ready to level up your lash game? Let's dive in!
How to Apply MoxieLash Magnetic Eyelashes
Step 1: Choose your favorite MoxieLash Magnetic Eyelash style. If you need some help deciding, here are a few customer favorites: The Classy Lash for a truly natural look or the Baddy Lash for a more dramatic look.
Step 2: Now that you’ve decided what lash you are going to wear, it’s time to grab your MoxieLash Liquid Magnetic Eyeliner in brown or black. Whichever you choose, the application is the same.
Step 3. Apply your magnetic eyeliner the way you would a traditional liquid eyeliner. Start at the inner corner of your lash line and then trace your lash line until you get to the outer edge. You want your eyeliner to be a little thicker so that the magnets on your lashes get a good magnetic attraction.
Wait about 30 seconds, and then do a second layer of your liquid eyeliner.
Step 4: Wait three entire minutes for your magnetic liquid eyeliner to dry before you place on your magnetic lashes. This step is essential to remember. You want to make sure that your eyeliner is 100% dry before clicking on your lashes. You can test your eyeliner by touching it and making sure that nothing comes off.
Step 5: Now that your MoxieLash Magnetic Eyeliner is completely dry, you can click on your Ten Magnet MoxieLash Magnetic Eyelash style. Just get your magnetic eyelash as close to your lashes as possible and watch as the magnetic eyeliner gently and quickly draws the lashes onto your lash line.
What to Expect After you Apply your Magnetic Eyelashes
The coolest part about our MoxieLash Magnetic Eyeliner and lashes is that they hold up for up to 8 hours. Plus, our Ten Magnet Lash styles have ten micro magnets on the lash band which means more customization and staying power. Together, they are wind resistant, sweat-proof, and stay put in harsh conditions.
How to Remove Magnetic Eyelashes
When you go to remove your MoxieLash Magnetic Eyelashes, you want to make sure that you take good care of them. Did you know that you can get up to 30 uses of your magnetic lashes? It’s true! Just make sure that you remove them properly and take care of them so that they last.
Step 1: Gently remove your MoxieLash Magnetic Eyelashes by grabbing the outer corner and slowly pulling away from your lash line.
Step 2: Clean off the magnets on your magnetic lashes with our oil-free micellar water if you see any build-up on them. You just dip a cotton swab into the All-In-1 Makeup Remover and gently sweep it along the magnets until they are clean.
Step 3: Put your lashes back into the box they came in.
How to Remove MoxieLash Magnetic Eyeliner
Here is a quick guide for you to follow on how to remove your MoxieLash Magnetic Eyeliner.
Step 1: Remove your magnet lashes and place them back into the box they came in for safe keeping.
Step 2: Grab your MoxieLash All-In-1 Makeup Remover and apply it to a cotton round. It's really important that you make sure to not use anything oil based on your false lashes as this can ruin them.
Step 3: Just swipe the MoxieLash Cotton Round along your magnetic eyeliner and watch it easily come off. You can even use this remover to get any magnetic liner residue off of your magnets.
Removing your MoxieLash lashes doesn't have to be complicated. And, now that you know exactly what to do, you can basically call yourself a pro.