DIY tutorial: MAGNETIC LASHES! How to make your perfect magnetic eyelashes

In my latest YouTube tutorial on my channel Beauty News with Angela Cruz, I teach you how to make your own perfect set of false magnetic lashes that you will want to wear every day!

This video shows you how to make your most PERFECT magnetic eyelashes on your own, based upon the One Two Cosmetics magnetic false eyelashes.

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I have a couple of complaints about the One Two Cosmetics magnetic lashes: 1. They are too straight, with no curve. 2. They are only half lashes. This video solves these problems, and I have been loving wearing the ones I made!

Click here to watch my in-depth review and how I put on the One Two Cosmetics “original” magnetic lashes.

Click here to read my blog post about these magnetic lashes.

Comment below with whether you would be interested to try these lashes!

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39 Comments on DIY tutorial: MAGNETIC LASHES! How to make your perfect magnetic eyelashes

  1. Denisha says:

    Im definitely one to struggle applying false lashing, so running across this is great!

  2. Ebi says:

    I’ve seen it all. I’m not really into false lashes because, girl… too much struggle. Maybe I should look into these.

  3. katie says:

    I didn’t even know magnetic false eyelashes exist! Definitely going to have to look into those!

    ​xx katie // a touch of teal

  4. Abby says:

    Wow love this tutorial! Now I need magnetic lashes lol!

  5. Patricia Cooper says:

    I am an esthetician. I’ve loved false lashes. Got trained to apply lash extensions. But for me it’s a big no way. I’m allergic to adhesives.
    Boo who! I can’t wait to try these!

  6. Nickie Saintelot Colman says:

    Thanks for the fantastic tutorial! One question: after you’ve glued your chosen fake lash to the magnetic lash, then do you use the bottom magnetic lash to “sandwich” the lashes together?

  7. Danielle says:

    Hi, I found your site when I googled “diy magnetic lashes” because I read the poor reviews of the OneTwos. I’m not in a place to watch the video right now but I am saving it. What I need to know is if you tell us where to buy the supplies, like the magnets especially.


    • Angela Cruz says:

      Hi Danielle, I’m so sorry I just now responded! I am more active on YouTube than here on my blog. I didn’t find where to buy the small magnets, although tons of other people say you can buy them on eBay or Amazon.

  8. Asia vetter says:

    So I am also making my own, however, they do sell the tiny magnets to make your own on Amazon for less than 3$!! And o use the eyelure brand false lashes (I also like the steel whispies) but eyelire #118 are my fave ?

  9. Kate says:

    Great post and Good video. True about magnetic lashes being too short and straight, better to make them yourself or wait until they make a longer/natural curved set.. Fyi-Ebay sells DIY small and thin magnets for 3D false eyelashes. Hope this helps everyone.

  10. Stephanie Reynolds says:

    Hi. Great video. A few questions.

    Do u just apply the regular bottom lash to the top?

    Does the extra lash (glued one on top) cause weight pressing on the lash line – which would cause lash damage or does the bottom magnet lift the lashes upward to prevent weight?

    I noticed the outer edge of one eye was not close to the lash line. Is this because the magnetized lash is straight or is it because the lashes u glued on weren’t curved enough?

    • Angela Cruz says:

      Hi Stephanie, so sorry I just saw your comment! I tend to be way more active on YouTube than on my blog. I hope you figured out what you needed to know instead of waiting a month for my slow response, LOL! For your first question, I can’t tell if you were asking about the magnetic lashes – but if you were, I typically just sandwich the magnets together and it was fine. The extra glue was not a problem of weight at all! I have had no lash damage from these. You are right about the outer edge of one not being close to the lash line – it isn’t perfect. I did just buy these, which claim to be more curved… haven’t gotten them in yet, though:

  11. Paula says:

    I would like to know if they have come out with any curved magnetic eyelashes out since you made this video. I like what you have done however I would prefer to purchase them already done. My question is if it is easy for them to be revamped, how come One Two has not perfected theirs with a curve? Also the last pair you show on the video that you said you now use that are curved are they magnetic or they are just curved false eyelashes.

  12. Lynne says:

    I have bought the One Two Eyelashes (two times now) and the problem I hae had with them is that they are so thin, that they pull off of the magnet. I thought with the first set (2 sets per order) that I was doing something wrong and wasnt going to give up because I do think its one of the most revolutionary item to come out in cosmetics.
    With the second set, I realized it wasn’t me, it was the lashes (or at least for me). Because the lashes are so thin, the lashes would start pulling apart.
    So,what you have come up with is genius because not only can you control they style you want, but I think (I’ve not tried your remedy yet) it would give enough “extra” that it would prevent the magnets coming off the eyelash as well as not frey and pull the lashes off the base.
    Sorry so long, I am an overly detailed person, lucky with my occupation its a must. Plus I am so excited over your tutorial.

    • Angela Cruz says:

      Hi Lynne, a friend of mine bought the One Two lashes and the magnets kept falling off the eyelash strips. So she ended up gluing them back on with eyelash glue (I even helped her do it)… I recommend that fix!

  13. Christina says:

    I’m going to try this. Because the Magnetic lash is placed in the middle, once you add the bottom magnetic lash, will it appear to thick in the middle instead of the outside corners? Thanks for posting.

  14. Mikaela says:

    I tried this but it took all the curve out of the falsies. How did you manage? Yours look amazing!

  15. Stephanie Reynolds says:

    Have you received and tried the newer curved lashes yet?

  16. Cosita says:

    Why is everyone dismissing the elephant in the room? The lashes she made still only covered about 70% of her lash line. It was very obvious that they are not real because of the abrupt end of the fullness towards the inner corners of her eye. You have a great idea girl but it still needs some work. It does not look good.

  17. Suzette says:

    Angela, yeah I found the magnets on amazon so if u don’t want to double up on ur lashes u can make ur own out of ur lashes when ur done with, the expensive false eyelashes you bought ! Most important the r cheap!

  18. paula says:

    I have looked everywhere for a safe glue/adhesive to attach the tiny magnets straight to my own choice of false eyelashes. Any suggestions? Thanks

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