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How to Buy the Best Eye Lash Curler

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    How to Buy the Best Eye Lash Curler

    How to Buy the Best Eye Lash Curler

    An eye lash curler can help you show your lashes off and open up your eyes. It makes the lashes more visible- even small ones. If picking a curler is leaving you cross-eyed, let us help you review your options- based on recommendations from Beautilish. Your lashes will thank you.

    Don't Believe the Rumours

    Contrary to popular belief, eyelash curlers will not rip all your lashes outóeven if you prefer to apply mascara first (though we donít recommend it). Realistically speaking, you may lose a lash or two here and there with regular curling, but this is normal. If your curler pinches or pulls when you use it, it may not be the best choice for your particular lashes.

    Know Your Lash Needs

    Everyoneís lashes are different. A curler that works great on your friendís smaller eyes may feel awkward on your longer lids. Take both your eye shape and lash length into consideration when choosing a curler. Look for long clamps that curve along your lash line to ensure you donít miss a curl!

    Short Lashes Love Curls Too

    If your lashes are especially short, you might benefit more from a less curved curler like those by Shiseido. A flatter clamp will make it easier to get close to your lash line without having to manoeuvre the curler at odd angles, which can cause stress to the little hairs. A point curler (like the shu Uemura mini lash curler) is flat and meant for curling small, hard-to-reach inner lashes, so it might be a good option for short eyelashes, too.
    Warm Up To a Heated Curler

    If youíre serious about lash curling, an electric curler can be a great option for a high power curve that lasts all day. The design is often clunker than run-of-the-mill metal curlers, and the idea of putting something hot near one's eyes is enough to make most of us a little uneasy. Before you nix the idea, know that most electric curlers donít get hot enough to burn you, and the heat level wonít cause damage to your lashes either.

    Alternately, Warm Up To a Regular Curler

    Take a tip from the pros and warm a regular metal curler with a hair dryer for a few seconds before using. It works just as great as an electric model, but for a fraction of the price. Of course, on a frantic morning you may find yourself wishing youíd splurged.

    Stand By the Old Standard

    Even though there are hundreds of fanciful and high tech curlers hoping for a home in your makeup bag, sometimes the best choice is the simplest. The good old do-it-yourself metal clamping curler is without a doubt the easiest to find, most user-friendly option.

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      Re: How to Buy the Best Eye Lash Curler

      very good guiding suggestions you have given for buying the best eye lash liner. thank you



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