- Eyelash curlers work best on clean eyelashes. Make sure eyelashes are free of mascara. If necessary, use eye makeup remover to remove old mascara.
- With your blowdryer on low heat, blow air on the curler for no more than 5 seconds. Touch the metal. If it’s hot, let it cool for a few seconds. You don’t want to burn your eyelid.
- Open the curler, clamp lashes near the roots. Hold for 10-30 seconds. Never curl lashes after you apply mascara — as the mascara dries, lashes can stick to the curler & be torn from the roots. Don’t bother curling bottom lashes.
- Repeat on the other eye.
Blinc’s Heated Lash Curler is simple-to-use and easily shapes lashes in seconds, with extravagant, long-lasting curves.
Blinc Lash Curler works without clamping or using excessive pressure making it safer and not damaging for your lashes.
Nothing sets a curl better than heat…after all, that’s how we curl the hair on our heads! It’s the same for your lashes. Not only is it safer, heated curls last longer than pressure curls.
Blinc Lash Curler has met the challenge of delivering the precise amount of heat that can set a long lasting curl without damaging your lashes.
Blinc Lash Curler’s simple yet advanced design gives you more control and makes it easy to reach and curl even your tiniest lashes.
Ready to use in 30 seconds, blinc Lash Curler only requires one AAA battery (included, remove plastic casing from battery before using).
Blinc Lash Curler is small, compact making it effortless to carry, even in the smallest makeup case or purse.
For your safety, Blinc Lash Curler’s heated comb has a special built-in guard that prevents contact with your skin and eyes.
With Blinc Lash Curler, you can enjoy the benefits of curling your lashes, making them look wider, alert and more youthful!
THEN WE HAVE SPECIALTY CURLERS LIKE JAPONESQUE:
I really like precision lash curlers because they allow you to curl your lashes in sections rather than all at once. This lets me curl just the sections that really need it and it eliminates pinching due to ill fitting curlers. I really like how the precision lash curler can give different amounts of curl to each area of your lashes. I can do my center eyelashes in three or four sections because they’re the straightest and hardest to curl. While my outer lashes are naturally curled and just need a quick squeeze. I didn’t experience any pinching and the curler was easy to position and move along my lash line.
There’s two versions of the Japonesque precision lash curler. A plastic one and a more traditional metal one. While there’s not much difference between the two, the metal precision curler is of course the more sturdy and better built of the two. I really don’t know why anybody would prefer the plastic version since it costs more than the metal version and tends to warp and bend over time. If you want a long lasting curler that will last for years, go for the metal version.
YOU CHOOSE WHATS MOST COMFORTABLE FOR YOU, THERE’S EVEN EASY TO HANDLE ONE:
SO, THERE YOU HAVE IT, ALL SHAPES AND FORMS, THAT REALLY IN THE END GIVE YOU THE
SAME RESULT, I PROMISE! I HAVE TRIED ALL OF THEM!!!!
AS LONG AS YOU USE ONE OF THESE METHODS AND THE RIGHT MASCARA (SEE LAST WEEKS POST ON THE DIFFERENT MASCARAS)
THEN YOU ARE GOOD TO GO! NO NEED FOR EXPENSIVE TREATMENTS, POTIONS OR FALSIES! LOOK GORGEOUS NATURALLY!
By Candice Manacchio XOXO