Surratt Beauty Eyelash Curler
Surratt Beauty Eyelash Curler
Having long curly eyelashes is an important marker of facial beauty which significantly adds to the charm and attraction of the eyes. No matter how big and beautiful your eyes are, short eyelashes might make your eyes seem small and tired. Eyes are generally considered the focus of attention when interacting with others and this is why most women put a special emphasis on making their eyes more attractive. Having big eyes with long lashes can do most of the make up for you without much need to spend a lot of time putting makeup on other parts of your face. While there are a wide variety of eye makeup products each contributing to a different aspect of eye beauty, it seems that the first step to having beautiful charming eyes is to use an eyelash curler to give the eyelashes a beautiful curl. The traditional and heated eyelash curlers are widely used to curl eyelashes. Eye makeup starts with this simple easy-to-use tool which gives a lengthy bend to your eyelashes. Even if you do not want to spend a lot of time on applying makeup, you can use just an eyelash curler to give your eyelashes a fully-fanned look. The good thing about using an eyelash curler is that it is the only piece of eye makeup that you can use on the go, without ruining your makeup! The best lash curlers are ergonomically designed, soft and easy-to-use and do not cause pinching or breakage.
How to use Surratt Beauty eyelash curler?
It is really easy to use. All you need to do is place it on your eyelash line as long as it feels comfortable. Then apply a gentle squeeze. After that, move the lash curler one millimeter outward and squeeze again. Again, go little bit further out and give that gentle squeeze one more time. Now you are ready to go with a perfect natural curve on your eyelashes that does not seem crimped or L-shaped.
How to curl eyelashes without an eyelash curler?
There are various ways to curl your eyelashes without an eyelash curler. For example you can use a mascara. Apply the mascara on your lashes. Use the wand to give the lashes an upward press. Hold it for a few seconds and after the mascara is dry, you will see the eyelashes look uplifted. Another effective way is to use a cotton swab. First apply your mascara and coat the lashes evenly. Then, before the mascara dries, use a cotton swab and press it against the eyelash lines. Wait for 10 seconds and when the mascara dries, the lashes will be curved nice and neat.
How to use heated eyelash curler?
Heated eyelash curlers come in different shapes and types, so the instructions might vary depending on the design. For clamp-style heated eyelash curlers, it is pretty much the same as traditional lash curlers. Place it on the base of your eyelashes and then move slowly outwards giving gentle squeezes at some points. If you use the wand-style heated lash curlers, start on the eyelash lines and gently brush outwards. You can apply the pressure either by your hand or by pushing your eyelids downwards. The key is to be patient and wait at least for 5 seconds pushing the curler against your lashes.
How to clean Surratt Beauty eyelash curler?
The Surratt Beauty eyelash curler is really easy to clean. You can moist a pad with makeup remover and rub it on the curler especially the silicon pad and the metal bar. If you don’t have makeup remover, use baby oil. Then, mix a few drops of dishwashing liquid with water and dip a cloth in it and rub it on all parts of the curler. Then run it under tap water to clean any soap residue. In order to avoid damage or rusting, quickly and thoroughly dry the tool.
I bought this eyelash curler because there were a number of reviews that said this curled ALL the lashes thoroughly(think of the lashes at the far corner of the eye) and the curl was maintained...
Our award-winning Relevee Lash Curler gently bends and lengthens your lashes. Its high-tech Japanese design and bouncy silicone pads require you to use less force when curling, allowing you to create eye-opening, elongated, fully fanned lashes—with zero breakage or pinching.