Magnets can be found in the simplest or most complex devices you use every day. From home appliances such as the refrigerator, microwave oven and electric fan, to your company’s office equipment such as computers and printers. All these devices use magnets.
There are a lot of magnets you can’t identify it directly or be aware of it. But they always play an important role in our daily life. Today we want to talk about these inconspicuous magnets which used in beauty makeup.
Magnetic facial mask help with clean your skin with magnet. Magnetic eyelashes and eyeliner extensions provide the easiest way to change up your look in few seconds. Magnetic nail polish combines polish and science to make nails look like precious gemstones.
facial mask relates to a magnetic powder to be included in a cosmetic agent
applied to the skin and a magnet used for remove the magnetic powder. Any kind
of magnets would be fine as long as it provides enough suction. Usually we use
NdFeB pin magnets.
Consequently, the cosmetic agent mixed with the magnetic powder is easy to control a variation in performance. The cosmetic agent also has little changes in effectiveness even when stored for a long time as the magnetic properties and color tone hardly change.
As a result, a user can efficiently attract and remove the magnetic powder from the skin because of the controlling the mean volume particle diameter of the magnetic powder . Also, the magnetic powder hardly remains on the skin surface and thus obviates the necessity of a separate face washing for removing the magnetic powder, enhancing the convenience for users.
Magnets have been known to be able help healing wounds and calming inflammation and it’s still a very hot area of research because it’s important to find some scientific evidence to supporting it. Anyway, these uncertain benefits can be applied on the skin. Magnetized skincare is beneficial to all skin types and a solid pick for both anti-aging purposes, and detoxification.
The pull of the magnet helps draw out impurities from the skin, and combat pollutants, while the lack of water means that the potent ingredients deposited are left on the skin, and continue to penetrate after the mask is magnetically removed. These masks leave skin noticeably softened and there’s a post-use glow factor, making them a good choice for skin care. Still, if someone who doesn’t like feeling product on skin, the intentional residue left behind with these masks should not for them.
The magnetic eyelashes are made by two or three pieces of magnets adhered to the false eyelashes by professional glue. The magnet part is usually made by NdFeB material, which the major specifications includes 5×1×0.25mm and 3×1×0.25mm. The unit weight of magnetic eyelashes magnet need to be low enough to help with keep the attractive appearance of eyelashes.
Speaking of false eyelashes ,adhesive false eyelashes are great, but some people may think that they’re messy, difficult to apply, and really harder to remove.
Maybe that's why magnetic lashes was invented. It's has all these long, fluffy lashes for less money than eyelash extensions but without all the sticky, tricky application.
when we use the magnetic lashes we should avoid the potential of lash damage and traction alopecia, since there’s always the potential for contact dermatitis or allergy to the product itself, in which case we should stop using them as soon as possible.
How to apply the magnetic eyelashes:
Learning how to use magnetic lashes is an interesting process. Unlike adhesive lashes that stick to your eyelid, magnetic lashes use magnets. But this means two sets of lashes are required for each eye. Basically, you "sandwich" your natural lashes between a top and bottom layer of magnetized false lashes.
To begin, take the top lashes and place them over your eyelashes, as close to the lash line as possible. Next, take the bottom lashes and place them underneath your top lashes. The magnets should snap together, securing your lashes in place. If you need to adjust them, gently pull the corners of the lashes to reposition them. You can use magnetic eyelashes with or without mascara. While it sounds easy, it will probably take quite a few tries to get your lashes to sit where they're supposed to.
Besides “sandwich” magnetic lashes we talked about before , there is another way called magnetic eyeliner.
To apply this style, start with a good shake of the eyeliner bottle which is a very important step. Then, thinly line the upper lash line. After the product has dried, align the base of the lash strip with your eyeliner. Thanks to the iron oxides in the liner formula, the magnetic lashes will adhere to it. Also we should be careful that the weight of the lashes rests on eyelid and not on the lashes themselves.
Is it safe to have magnets that close to the eye?
The magnetic eyeliner is comprised of 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 and is regulated by the FDA.Trace amounts of iron oxides are permitted by the FDA to be used as a color additive and allowed in the the eye area.
It’s not a problem with the magnets adhering to the eyelid skin, as long as they don’t accidentally penetrate into eye. Magnets do not cause any kind of disruption in eye movements or your vision.
Magnetic nail polish means it can make three-dimensional patterns when exposed to a magnet. Just put down a base coat, put down on normal coat of the nail polish, and then glob on the next coat of polish. While the polish is still wet, Hold the magnet provided in the cap of your polish over the nail for 10-15 seconds, and a cool light-and-dark striped pattern appears.
When under the influence of a magnetic field, bits of metal, with their highly mobile electrons, turn themselves into little magnets as well. Each little piece of the metal turns into a magnet, with a south pole and a north pole. The north pole heads toward the south pole of the original magnet. The south pole heads north. Under the force of the magnet, and the many little magnets under the shavings, the entire network of magnetized bits of metal arrange themselves until the push of one pole equals the pull of another, forming clear lines.
Different shapes and forces of magnets make for different patterns in the nail polish. That's why the nail polish can always forms a beautiful pattern.
Now, when you use one of these above items, you’ll probably be a little more attentive to identify the magnet on them. At VECTOR we have a wide variety of magnets and we can help you choose the one that best suits your needs. If you have any questions, ask us.