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Eyelash Combs

Tools of the Trade: Portable Eyelash Combs

This is definitely not the age of Tammy Faye Bakker — and although long, lush, and voluminous lashes are sought after, so is a clean, defined, no-makeup makeup look. These contrasting worlds have no room for clumpy, lumpy lashes. With these relatively inexpensive and super-small lash combs, you won't have to worry about your lashes being a beauty faux pas.

Tweezerman Folding Eye Lash Comb ($6.99) is a thin and tapered gold-plated comb that has been designed to painlessly glide through your mascara-coated lashes and remove anything that is stuck together or clumpy. Use it when your lashes are still a little wet in gentle, upward motions (away from your eyes).

Eco Tools Bamboo Lash and Brow Groomer (on sale for $2.99) is a long and slender environmentally-friendly eyelash comb and eyebrow brush. It is made from synthetic bristles and the ferule is made from recycled aluminum. Check out the cost, too. At $2.99 a pop, you can keep one stashed in all of your primping locations.

For one more eyelash comb,


Sephora Duo Eyelash/Brow Comb ($5) is a clear plastic, double-sided lash and brow comb. This one is also purse friendly since it's really light and the ends fold neatly inward so they won't catch on anything.

iambe iambe 9 years
You can't tell from the picture, but the Sephora folding one has a metal comb. I had a similar one that I loved and lost and the Sephora one is an excellent replacement. The Tweezerman looks pretty cool too.
Captious Captious 9 years
Metal lash combs are DEFINITELY the way to go, Anything but metal and you are wasting your money, seriously. Wooded ones don't clean as well and plastic ones are never fine enough to do what they're designed to so instead of clumps you get that sectioned lash look- ugh. I also have Sonya Kashuk from Target. Cheap and great! The folding means you can totally throw it in your purse and clean it later if you are out and no mess!
luckyEmmie luckyEmmie 9 years
i'm obsessed with having clumpless lashes, and i ALWAYS use the Tweezerman eyelash comb. So much better than the plastic ones!
salex1230 salex1230 9 years
I have the tweezerman one and it works soooooo good! I'll never buy another plastic one again!
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 9 years
Oh, I need one! Nice.
toodledoo toodledoo 9 years
I go through so many of these...I always end up breaking off the plastic comb parts. Probably time to try a metal one!
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 9 years
the metal ones are the best... and way safer than using the old safty pin trick to separate lashes!
Dana18 Dana18 9 years
I use the Sonia Kashuk long handle metal comb and it is great! I love it.
kelliegonzo kelliegonzo 9 years
i LOOOOVE the metal ones, all the plastic ones i've had in the past break in like 2.4 seconds.
genabobena genabobena 9 years
I have a Sonia Kashuk folding metal lash comb & I love it. It was super cheap, cleans up easily, & even though I've been using it for 5yrs, it has not lost a single tooth.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 9 years
I really like the Tweezerman one. Sephora Professionel does a really nice metal lash comb as well. I really don't like the plastic ones very much, they don't seem to be as effective.
juliarose23 juliarose23 9 years
wow i so need one of these. they are unbelievably useful....
JackieA JackieA 9 years
I am so anal about not having clumpy lashes and I use a lash brush everyday, but it's cheap and starting to fall apart. I am definitely going to look into getting one of these, probably the tweezerman or the sephora one.
emalove emalove 9 years
I have that Sephora one, but I'd love the Tweezerman.
nuclear_winter nuclear_winter 9 years
that sephora one looks so amateur compared to the other two
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
These are key!
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