So this week’s beauty post, we’re talking all about how to curl lashes, and sharing some tips on how I do mine. also, this month’s beauty post lineup will be on Mascara, Eyebrows, then we’re moving onto Lips, so check back later!
And if you missed last month’s beauty lineup here there are! Blush – Contour & Highlight – Finding Your Eye Shape - Eyeliner
Why should you curl your lashes?
Curling your lashes is one of the easiest and fastest ways to open up the eyes, or maybe you have straight or downward pointed lashes. This will help your eyes appear wider. It also helps to make your eye makeup have a more finished and polished look.
- Always keep in mind that you should apply mascara after curing not before, as it could damage your lashes otherwise and cause breakage
- There are different types of eyelash curlers, the most common ones are Metal, Plastic, and Heated
- Replace the pad from your curler every 3 months for safety, and cleanses, a dirt old pad can cause lots of problems to the eyes, and lashes, so let’s try to avoid it
- Always wipe clean after each use
- If you want to try using a heated curler but don’t want to buy one, here’s an easy way to go about it. 1) Use a blow dry, holding the curler under for 10-15 seconds, let it cool down some, and use or 2) hold your curler under hot water for 10-15 seconds, and use (always make sure it’s not too hot for you by holding it to the back of your hand)
How to Curl Lashes
- Always start off with clean lashes and a clean eyelash curler
- Position the curler around the upper lashes, try to get as close to your lash line as you can
- Squeeze and hold for 10 seconds, and release, and repeat at least two to three time, always make sure the curler is open all the way before removing from lashes to avoid pulling lashes out
- Apply mascara to the desired look, if lashes seem clumpy, use a lash comb to separate lashes