Ardell Magnetic Lashes in Double 110
Again, I am not ashamed to say that I couldn't put on a pair of glue-on lash strips even if you paid me a million bucks. So the real test really came down to the full magnetic strips. First up was the modest set, which felt like a lengthier, more flirty version of my natural lashes.
I followed the exact steps as the aforementioned accent strips but found that these were a bit harder to put on. I struggled lining up the strip to the shape of my eye, but once I got the top lash on, the bottom one clicked right into place. These didn't feel like dramatic wings. Instead, the strips felt extremely lightweight, and I didn't see hairs lurking around every time I blinked. I loved that they appeared to be fuller versions of what I am already working with.
If you're a lash-dummy (like me), I suggest practising with the full strips for a bit. If you don't get them on in one try, give 'em a wiggle and try again. You don't have to worry about glue drying or makeup smearing, so there's a lot of room for practising your technique with these.