Are you tired of using the same old eyelash curlers that don’t actually curl your lashes? We’re talking about the ones that bend the lash at a weird angle, instead of curling it in the first place – what a waste of time and money!
Eyelash curlers can seem scary enough – you’re clamping your lashes into a thick piece of metal that’s extremely close to your eyes; it can be a bit daunting at first. So to take away any doubt you might have, we’ve tried and tested 5 eyelash curlers that are worth every cent, are safe to use, and actually work.
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $29
Starting off with a cult favourite, this list would be nothing without the Shu Uemura eyelash curlers. They fit perfectly over the entire upper lash line and hold a curl for ages. You don’t even need to apply mascara!
e.l.f Eyelash Curler, $3.00
Even though this is a cheaper product, it certainly does the trick! Use on clean, dry lashes and remember to change the pads every few months. It’s also equipped with a comfortable grip so your fingers won’t slip!
Laura Mercier Eyelash Curler, $25
This one might seem a little scary at first, but we promise you will only have the best results!
The convenient easel handle flips down and applies just enough pressure to give your lashes extra lift. It comes with one replacement pad, but you should be changing these regularly to avoid the build-up of product and bacteria.
Blinc Heated Eyelash Curler, $35.95
This revolutionary new product by Blinc combines the look of a mascara, with the technique of a sleek, compact eyelash curler. The temperature slightly heats up to give your lashes a natural curl – yes, even those little ones in your inner corner!
Shiseido Eyelash Curler, $26
Another cult product made popular within the YouTube beauty community is the Shideido eyelash curler. Why? It’s gentle enough to curl your lashes without bending them and won’t cause fall-out like other products do.Have you tried any of these eyelash curlers? What are your thoughts on them?
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