Can I wear magnetic lashes with my implant, pacer/defib.
Magnets have to be very strong and less than 6" from the device before they can cause a problem.
OK, I gotta know...
Yep, it's a thing. They go on way easier than glued lashes.
You clearly need to do a better job keeping up with make up trends ;o)
I would have said things were ok as long as the magnetic eyelashes weren't attached to the pacemaker scar!
Clearly, I'm not into ladies fashions. Too confusing. I don't even own a pair of slacks, only jeans. Other than exercise, and the last six weeks, you couldn't catch me outside in shorts or short-sleve shirts.
I read your link. All I can say is... well, nothing.
Eyelashes on a pacmaker scar? I thought a harry chest was somthing women avoided. ;-)
why don't you just get them tattooed on. then no need to worry.
My wife informs me that this is a thing, too. <shakes his head>
How about you boys stay out of the cosmetic conversation you clearly know nothing about? Permanent make up (tattoo) isn't a substitute for longer lashes. There are lots of reasons to put on temporary false lashes and asking about magnetic was a legitimate question. Way to make a new member feel welcome.
how do the magnetic ones stay on???????
There are two types. One type is two sets of lashes that stick together, one goes on top of your lashes the other goes underneath so they sandwich your natural lashes. The other type you use a "magnetic" eyeliner which has (I believe) iron oxide, then the lashes stick to that.
The first type does not seem like fun,in case they slip to gether, you might not get your eye open. Does seem like a lot of work to get them on.
You know you're wired when...
Your device makes you win at the slot machines.
My quality of life is better already and I know it will extend my lifespan.