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I’ve been using the same eyelash curler for years. And by “use,” I mean, it doesn’t really do anything for my lashes, so it sits in my tool drawer, collecting loose eye shadow dust and glitter. It’s always been one of those tools I felt I could take or leave.
Then along came the Tweezerman Procurl Curler, and suddenly it’s one of the must-have tools in my daily makeup kit.
This curler is a rose gold metal, with thick handles that feel comfortable to grasp.
The curler itself is wide, and allows for me to get almost all my lashes in without pinching the lashes or skin on the outside corner of my eyes, which happened with my old eyelash curler.
This curler comes with three replacement pads, which is nice, because Tweezerman recommends you change your curler once a year, while changing the pads every three months.
Here’s how it works. This is what my eyelashes look like prior to curling:
They’re pretty fair, and not very thick.
And here’s the end result:
My mascara looks so much better with my eyelashes curled, and by curling them on days I’m NOT wearing mascara makes me look like I have lashes, because you can see them against the fair skin of my upper lid to the brow.
This curler retails for $20, and I would buy a replacement in a heartbeat. There’s a link to the curler on Tweezerman’s site above, you can purchase it there, and other places where Tweezerman is sold.
Have you tried this curler? Do you use an eyelash curler? I’d love to know your thoughts on this tool!
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