Make the Most of the Lashes You’ve got by Curling Them
If you were born with straight or limp lashes, grab an eyelash curler! Giving your eyelashes a curl is a quick way to make them more glamorous, without the fuss and mess of false eyelashes. With practice, you can create unforgettable, curvaceous lashes with ease.
There are different types of eyelash curlers. You may choose the traditional mechanical version or, if you’re more adventurous, a heated eyelash curler.
So now it’s time to open your eyes to the world of beautifully curled lashes with a high quality heated eyelash curler. The Japonesque eyelash curler is sleek, compact, and cleverly designed. The Go-Curl is a travel-friendly size and is available in the colors of pink and black. The open-cage design (open on the sides) works great with small eyes and does a good job of curling straight, stubborn lashes. The Go-Curl has a white rubber pad plus a spare included. The device itself is mostly constructed from plastic and uses lever action to crimp; the lever arm folds flat against the housing for travel. To use, you just unfold the lever arm to the open position, insert your lashes, and squeeze. Unlike other eyelash curlers, this will curl lashes up and out at the same time. It won’t pinch outer lashes and create unnatural kinks or broken lashes. Consistent, even pressure will give you the results you want. The streamlined design makes it ideal for carrying with you every day and when you travel. The device is battery-powered and includes 1 AA battery.
Don’t need the heat? The best eyelash curlers to choose from would be the Power Curl and Ergo-Curl. Both curlers are by Japoneque.
For long lasting results, try these tips and tricks:
Clean any eye makeup off of the curler regularly and replace the curler pad as instructed.
Close your eyes for a few seconds before curling them. This helps to keep them moist so that you don't accidentally blink.
Experiment with different amounts of curl to find your preferred curl. You can achieve extra curl by doing lashes more than once or repositioning the curler to curl in two to three places on the eyelashes.