The way to the perfect look
With an eyelash curler, beautifully curved eyelashes are guaranteed. We’ll tell you how you can best use the popular beauty tool and how you look at your eyes for a wow factor.
Do you always wonder how you look so much fresher and more alert in a matter of seconds – as soon as you open your eyes with mascara? At least that’s how it is for us. But not only our favorite mascara, but above all the use of an eyelash curler can ensure that the eyelashes (and our radiance) really get swing. So that you and your eyelash curler become a real dream couple, we took a look around and put together the best eyelash curlers, but also important tips and tricks.
Eyelash curler: Look me in the eye, kid
Long, curved eyelashes – that’s probably what every woman dreams of. They are not given to everyone. But there is no reason to despair. Whether with an eyelash serum, a good mascara or even with an eyelash curler, you can get the best out of what you have without having to run to the beauty salon. When it comes to eyelash curlers, there are primarily two options: using a conventional eyelash curler or choosing one heated eyelash curler. What do you prefer?
Which is the best eyelash curler?
Whether electric or classic is a matter of taste. Because even in terms of price, there are such big differences with the non-heatable ones that there are again no significant differences between the two variants. There is really only one thing you can do wrong: don’t have an eyelash curler at all.
The classic remains unbeaten
Most people will be familiar with the classic eyelash curler. It looks a bit like a combination of pliers and scissors. The eyelashes are bent by hand between two pads; With the electric version of the eyelash curler, a kind of regulator is pushed up, with the help of the heat, the eyelash hairs bend automatically.
While the classic is clamped between thumb and forefinger like scissors, the electric eyelash curlers are usually shaped like a pencil. As I said: a pure matter of taste. Both variants are easy to hold.
It’s that easy
Using a manual eyelash curler is almost child’s play. But you should keep these four tips in mind:
- An eyelash curler is always used BEFORE applying the mascara. The inked eyelashes become too hard and could break. And broken eyelashes cannot bend even the best eyelash curlers.
- Concentrate while using the eyelash curler so you don’t accidentally pinch your eyelid.
- Bring the eyelash curler to your eye and close the pads; hold the eyelash curler closed for a few seconds (around 30 seconds) for a good result.
- In order to fix the result and to have the beautiful curl of the eyelashes for as long as possible, it is best to apply mascara as soon as possible. To do this, you can use conventional, colored mascara or, for a natural look, choose a colorless variant that only fixes. You can also have your eyelashes tinted, in which case the colorless mascara is sufficient for an optimal result.
- Clean the eyelash curler and especially the pads regularly with a damp cloth and replace the pads after a few weeks. We cannot use any unnecessary bacteria and / or other impurities on the sensitive mucous membranes of our eyes.
Tip: Lightly heat the eyelash curler with a hair dryer. Make sure, however, that the eyelash curler does not get too hot, otherwise there is a risk of burns and unnecessary damage to the eyelashes. Similar to curls that you get in your hair using heat and curlers or a curling iron, etc., the heat also supports the curling of the eyelashes here.
Do the eyelashes break with an eyelash curler?
Basically, the use of an eyelash curler is safe for your eyelashes. All you have to do is make sure you use them before you apply mascara. If you have very fine eyelashes, it can still happen that they are a bit strained.
Then treat yourself to a treat serum or something castor oilto care for your eyelashes and make them stronger and stronger. With this you should be on the safe side and nothing should stand in the way of your eyelash dream.
And now: Have fun strumming your eyelashes.