Does it matter what eyelash curler you use?
But does the type of eyelash curler you use actually matter? Well, according to celebrity makeup artist and hairstylist Allison Depriestre, yes, it does matter. “The choice of the tool really matters,” Depriestre says. “I’m convinced most curler horror stories come from the tool itself more than from the way it’s used.
How do you train your eyelashes to curl?
Train your lashes
The trick is to curl your lashes every single day, even if you are not leaving your house. Pressing down harder than you normally would, take a few minutes and slowly curl, taking your time at each step. Over time you will see that this tip works and they are used to being curled.
Why won’t my lashes stay curled?
One of the simplest things you can do to make sure your eyelashes stay curled all day long is to apply a waterproof mascara before your regular mascara. A waterproof formula can seal the curl to ensure your lashes won’t droop throughout the day (think of it like hairspray for your lashes).
Are lash curlers worth it?
But pros tell us that the eyelash curler is one of the most overlooked makeup tools in our arsenal. Curlers can actually make a huge difference in the look of our lashes, drawing the eye upward and creating length and volume, without adding six coats of mascara — that is, if we use the right one.
Do you use a eyelash curler before or after mascara?
The easiest way to break or pull out your lashes is by applying mascara before you curl. “It causes your lashes to stick together, and the mascara will also stick to the curler,” says Palevic-Desevic. “You should never put on mascara before curling.”