I don't have a lot of problems with conventional lashes, but I do dislike taking off the remnants of the adhesive from the lashes and my own lashes, so magnetic lashes looked like a good idea. Well, they just might be if I didn't have to hold both ends of the upper lash strip against my eyelid while I struggle to find a way under my lashes (which I am having to squash) to put on the under lash strip. By the time they connect, the upper strip had slid down my lashes so that the outer corner clicks about 2 or 3 mm from my lash line, and the inner corner has sproinged completely away from my eye. If I had very thick lashes of my own, this might work, but I don't; my own lashes are thin and short so there is no way to "lay the upper lashstrip on my upper lashes", and even if I could (I could put a super-heavy coat of mascara on), the lash strips are far less curved than my own lash line, so one end or another or both will never ever be close to my lash line at the same time. Terrible experience.