In today’s blog post I am going to be talking to you about OpulenceMD Beauty Magnetic Lashes. Some people have issues applying glued on strip lashes and end up getting lash extensions. Which I don’t blame them. Personally, for me, I’ve taken the time to learn, be patient and apply the lashes. But using glue can also be bad for your lashes. Especially if you wear them every day.
OpulenceMD Beauty Magnetic Lashes is fairly new to me. I was excited when they contacted me and asked me if I wanted to review their lashes. I knew I had to since I’ve tried magnetic lashes before from a drugstore brand. Now, these magnetic lashes require magnetic eyeliner. They’re not your typical magnetic lashes where it requires two lashes to stick together. Those are so hard to put on.
About OpulenceMD Beauty Magnetic Lashes
This entire line was curated by Dr. Anika Goodwin. She’s someone who knows and understands the needs of your eyes. She is an ophthalmologist and has been for 17 years. OpulenceMD Beauty provides products that combine luxury and glamour with safety and quality.
OpulenceMD Beauty lashes are made from the finest cruelty-free mink available to create a noticeably lighter lash extension. The best part is that the magnets are the strongest available on the market and each is hand applied to the lash band. The lash bands are flexible and blend imperceptibly into your lash line while being strong enough to stand up to the everyday demands. The magnetic liner has the safest concentration of microscopic iron oxide particles that assures you a strong adhesion between the lash and the liner.
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Opulence MD Beauty Magnetic Lashes – Well To Do Collection
I was sent the Well To Do Collection by OpulenceMD Beauty. This collection contains 5 different styles of lashes. I have to say that out of the 5 only 3 were my favorite. I love the subtle but glam to “The Socialite“, “The Heiress“, and “Wealthy Bitch“. I thought “Rich Chick” was a bit too subtle for my liking and “Glam & Gaudy” was too thick for me (as you can see in the photo). I can see myself wearing these magnetic lashes daily especially when I want to give my lashes a break from the glue on lashes.
I did not like the gel eyeliner from OpulenceMD. I found the gel liner to be a bit difficult to use, it didn’t glide on smoothly and it wasn’t pigmented. It was more of a charcoal gray. The lashes didn’t want to stick. I’m not sure if I got a bad batch but I wasn’t impressed with it. I prefer the liquid liner instead. I found the liquid liner easy to use, rich black and the lashes did attach to the liquid liner better.
You can purchase the lashes individually for $42 or you can purchase a single kit for $70 or the double lash kit for $95. Each kit comes with the lash(es), applicator, gel liner, and case. The liquid liner is sold separately for $35.