Thursday, June 4, 2009

Do You Really Need an Eyelash Curler?

I have very small lashes and they are straight! I have a hard time getting them to curl, much less look longer than they really are. A curler is helpful for those times I wear my fake lashes! I also tried a little trick my sister-in-law taught me. Heat up your curler with a hair dryer. But of course not for long!!! Only a few seconds because you don't want to burn your eye. Test it out on your hand first and wait to let it cool down more if it's too hot. 

The number one rule to remember with curling your eyelashes is to make sure your eyelashes are clean. You don’t want to curl them after you apply mascara. If you do, you run the risk of damaging them and breakage can occur.

How do you know if you need to curl your lashes? Consider the natural texture of your hair…is it wavy or curly? If so, then your lashes probably follow suit and curl naturally when you apply your mascara. If your hair is as straight as a board, then an eyelash curler will be useful. Curling your lashes will open up the eye area and make them stand out more. 

Invest in an eyelash curler that is metal and has a rubber pad. You should replace the pad every three months because eventually it will flatten out and not curl as effectively. Don’t be afraid to get right down the root of your eyelash so that you get the maximum curl. Hold it for at least 20 seconds, squeezing gently. Make sure you completely release the handles before removing the curler so you don’t yank out your lashes!

Give it a whirl!! Good luck!! 

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