If you’ve ever used an eyelash curler, you know they create a nice, uplifting swoop for your eyelashes. Curled lashes frame your eyes, which makes them appear brighter. But the wrong eyelash curler can cause more problems than it’s worth—pinching, pulling, breaking, irritating and creasing. The great news is curlers have come a long way in recent years, and it’s possible to curl your eyelashes without pain, lash loss or damage. So, how do you choose a curler that will work for your eyes? We have you covered.
Non-irritating, hypoallergenic and can be easily sanitized. Kaasage
If you have sensitive eyes or skin, or are allergic to rubber, try a curler that uses a silicone pad. Silicone pads are hypoallergenic, easy to clean and extremely durable. And be sure that any lash curler that you choose is made of stainless steel so you can safely sanitize between uses.
Disposable lift cushions keep the tool sanitary. Brilliant Beauty
An effective lash curling tool will have a gentle spring, long lash pad and will be easy to hold and control. This creates a gentle, natural looking lift that won’t damage your lashes or lash line.
Uses warmth to get results that stick around. WU-MINGLU
Adding gentle heat to your lash curling routine can be a total game changer. Electric eyelash curlers impart a natural, long-lasting curl creating a durable swoop that withstands humidity, heavy eye makeup and makeup removal.