How to: Use and Eyelash Curler

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I’m sure I’m not the only person who faithfully carries a eyelash curler and has no idea how to use it. Once in a great while I get a little crazy and attempt to curl my lashes but get frustrated and give up. I found a great how to video on curling your lashes and a great new lower lash curler for extra fabulous eyes. Now kids take out a #2 pencil and prepare to take good notes, you will be tested!

How to video: Use an eyelash curler

Now that you are fabulously in the know, here are some great eyelash curlers to test out your new talent!

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Sephora Eyelash Curler

A new twist on the classic lash curler, our pinch-proof curler has color-coordinated grip and lash pads. Choose from red or black.

$16.00 BUY IT HERE.

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Sephora Detail Lash Curler

This precision crimper lets you curl one section of your lashes at a time, or focus the curl on the outer corner lashes only for a flirty, doe-eyed glance.

To use: Place the curler at the base of your lashes. Gently grasp a section of lashes between the pads while applying gentle pressure. Release and gently work your way to the center of the lash, then to the end for the perfect curl. If desired, follow with a coat or two of mascara.

$14.00 BUY IT HERE.

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Sephora Lower Lash Curler
If you suffer from stick straight lower lashes, you’ll love this cleaver curler. Specially designed to apply gentle pressure at a reverse angle, it gives hard-to-reach lower lashes an eye-opening curl that stays put.

To use: Place the curler at the base of your lower lashes. Gently grasp a section of lashes between the pads while applying gentle pressure. Release and gently work your way to the center of the lash, then to the end for the prefect curl. If desired, follow with a fine coat of mascara.

$14.00 BUY IT HERE.


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