Is it safe to have magnets near your eyes?
A: Yes. First, since the amount of electromagnetic frequency potentially emitted from magnets on false eyelashes is extremely low, the risks associated with them are as well.
Second, the FDA actually has a category (Eye Cosmetic Safety) to regulate these items, so as long as you’re purchasing your magnetic lashes from an approved U.S. vendor, like Curlsie, you should be in the clear.
Can magnetic lashes alter your natural lash growth?
A: No. One thing that need to be clear is that, every false eyelash product can potentially damage your lashes. But instead of altering your lash's ability to grow, magnetic lashes may only cause the breakage of lashes if you don't remove them properly.
Are the Magnetic Liner Safe to Your Eyes?
A: Yes. Many people worry about iron inside their eyes. Most magnetic eyeliners contain iron oxides. Iron oxides are mineral deposits and can cause staining of the skin. However, it is in a variety of make up and skin care products (eye shadows and normal eyeliners) and is regulated by the FDA. The iron oxide in the magnetic liner is synthetic, so it doesn’t have ferrous or ferric oxides.