Now that you know how to use an eyelash curler, I thought I'd give you a couple of cool tools of the trade to choose from. These eyelash curlers are safe, small and easy to use (really, they are)! I can't wait to hear what you think.
It's hard to imagine that there's a new eyelash curler out on the market from Shu Uemura since the old one has been at the top of the charts for several years now. It is actually so popular that at one time they made a limited-edition 24 carat gold version of it.
Even so, now you can buy the new Shu Curler ($18) which claims to have upgraded features and enhanced precision. Some of the improvements include a mushroom-shaped pad for improved safety, comfort and optimum curl; a new hinge that applies just the right amount of pressure on your eyelashes; and an ergonomic handle for better control.
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Available in black and red, Sephora Detail Lash Curler ($14) is perfect for those of you who complain that you can't get all of your lashes curled all at once with standard lash curlers. This baby is cut slightly smaller, so you can attack one section of your lashes at a time. Here's a tip: crimp the outer corners for a few seconds longer than the rest to create a flirty cat eye!
Tweezerman Deluxe Lash Curler ($9) is crafted to be extra sturdy to help create a smooth and intense curl. The opening of the metal clamp contains a soft black pad that is rounded for your comfort. I haven't tried this one, but I feel like any tool that Tweezerman makes must be rockin'.