When doing our makeup, most of us pay a lot of attention to giving our lashes a beautiful and more defined look. It turns out that besides a good mascara and using conditioners to strengthen the hair there are also tools that will help us get an even fuller look
An eyelash curler is an accessory that allows you to curl your lashes beautifully, making your eye more flirtatious and mysterious. We tell you step by step how to use an eyelash curler without damaging your lashes. Check and test these tricks while doing your daily eye makeup.
Curling your eyelashes with an eyelash curler can be really effective and easy if done correctly. Many people are discouraged by this accessory, complaining that the curler damages or even tears their lashes instead of curling them. That’s why it’s a good idea to learn about the methods used by makeup artists before you use it
Also important is the model of eyelash curler we use – it must be equipped with a rubber protector, which prevents tearing the hair from our eyelid. It is also worth to properly prepare lashes for the curling process by first performing a light make-up removal. Cleaned eyelashes will submit better to the tool, thanks to which the effect will be more visible. Under no circumstances should you use the curler on lashes already painted with mascara – such action can break the hair, resulting in unsightly appearance
An eyelash curler is a fantastic accessory worth having in your make-up bag. Thanks to it you can easily, cheaply and quickly curl your eyelashes and then apply mascara. It is advisable to heat up the eyelash curler slightly, for example using a hair dryer, thanks to which the curling effect will be more pronounced. Pressing the eyelashes with the curler should last about 20-30 seconds for each eye – during this time you should remain motionless. To enhance the effect, you can use a mascara that curls your lashes. The lash curler should be cleaned regularly as it is a tool which has direct contact with your eye
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