Generic and cheap magnetic eyelashes and eyeliner? Are they worth it?
Have you noticed the same style of magnetic lashes being sold everywhere, but with different brand names?
Many generic magnetic lashes that are found on eBay are re-branded and our research points the the lash fibres actually coming from North Korea.
Commonly, these companies selling generic false magnetic lashes aren’t even aware of the origins of the lash fibres, themselves. We can’t imagine the potential working conditions in North Korea and the implications on the quality of lashes that are produced from these lash fibres. The generic magnetic lashes we refer to, are mass produced and generally made to keep costs and labour down.
Many companies do stock these lashes and re-brand them as they are cheaper and superficially look decent. However, we know in our experience that generic mass-produced magnetic eyelashes just don’t hold up for long nor feel comfortable to wear and fall apart after a few uses.
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