3-Minute Read: Magnetic False Lashes Are Here, and They Look Impossibly Natural

Welcome to 3-Minute Read, your midweek rundown of everything we’re talking about at Byrdie HQ. Every Wednesday, we’ll get you up to date on the beauty news you need to knowin just three minutes.




The future of falsies is now, thanks to these adhesiveless strips that use magnets instead. That means no mess and no mistakes, and thanks to our friends at Allure, we can confirm that they also look mind-blowingly natural. (Seriously, see the gif.)

Each kit is $59, but you'll be able to reuse them again and again.

We don't blame you—it was a doozie. But take comfort in knowing that the Kardashians use drugstore products too. Makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic took to Kim's website to share his fave drugstore formulas—all under $15. 

Water, avocado, and honey. That's it

To *bookmark* for those fourth of July festivities: It turns out this fitness tool is a surprisingly effective remedy for too much [insert your go-to poison here]. Check out this handy guide for rolling away your hangover before it even begins

Kick off your long weekend right by hitting up Physique 57's pop-up class at The Viceroy in Santa Monica on Saturday, July 9th—the first time ever the studio has held classes on the westside. Come at 10 a.m. to feel the burn, then stay for the snacks and poolside lounging afterward. Can't make it this weekend? The 10 a.m. classes on August 13th and September 10th will be held at The Viceroy, too. Just sign up for all the classes on the Physique 57 website and you'll be good to go. 

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