"But will it hold?"
Of all the questions raised about Magnetic Lashes, this has to be the number one concern. Who wants her falsies to be flying off into the soup of the hot date opposite? And who likes to be running off to the washroom to check if she lost her falsies?
What could be a better way to quell these fears than putting our lashes to the test?
Therefore, we have come up with our own set of experiments, to possibly answer the question of whether our magnetic lash sticks.
Quincy's Lash Test
And so, it's time to put our Magnetic Lash to the test! Or 3 tests, to be specific...
- Hairdryer's Fury (a.k.a. Wind Test)
- Trial of the Flailing Hand (a.k.a. Movement Test)
- Toothpick Weight Lifting (a.k.a. Curl Strength Test)
Will our magnetic lash prevail or will it fail? Keep reading on to find out...
1. Hairdryer's Fury
Here we have Esme Magnetic on our tester using the magnetic eyeliner as per usual.
Then, we subjected Esme to 30 seconds of fury of a household hairdryer. Upwards, downwards, sideways...
It is reported that your eyes will feel woefully dry after, so don't try this at home!
While the hairdryer did not whip up a tsunami, the staying power of Esme is good enough for a full day makeup.
Good job, Esme!
2. Trial of the Flailing Hand
With Esme Magnetic attached to my hand using the magnetic eyeliner, I proceed to fling my hand frantically.
And so, we observe if I was able to fling off the lash.
If I can't fling Esme off my hand, you can safely use up the humanely possible quota of 20 blinks/min all day without dropping the lash.
More blinks, if you chance upon that hot neighbour at the grocery store or lift landing.
3. Toothpick Weight Lifting
This test reveals the lasting power of lash curl, which that allows the lash to be reused again and again.
At the same time, we will also observe if the lash slips from the eye when loading up weight.
Esme Magnetic is worn by our tester and we proceed to load on toothpicks until the lash gives way... Or when there is no more space.
We placed about 5 toothpicks before we honestly couldn't balance more (about 6 times we tried). And Esme had stayed on throughout.
The lash regained the curl. Hence the strength of the curl is likely to see you through several re-use without becoming flat.