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Thread: Has Anyone Used the Heated Eyelash Curler?

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    Default Has Anyone Used the Heated Eyelash Curler?

    Any difference between the regular ones? I don't like the way my eyelashes look when I used the regular curler.

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    I dunno as I've never used a regular one, only the heated kind.
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    I heat my regular one with a blow dryer. It's such a big difference. I'll probably buy a heated one because sometimes I get mine too hot. I'll be blinding myself one day.


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    ewww the two bottom pics are nasty, especially the last one. she deserves to be punched in the face and sterilised for doing that to her brows.
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    WTF is with new fad of ugly eyebrows? Don't get it.

    I think I'm going to give the heated ones a try; they're not much more than the regular ones. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

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    I've used one before, but my eyelashes are naturally dark and a little long, so with mascara and a heated curler I looked like I was sporting matching spiders on my eyes. They really do work!
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    I have never heard of this before! You heat your mascara? Like the brush and then put it on?

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    eyelash curler, not the mascara.
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

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    Ok! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post
    WTF is with new fad of ugly eyebrows? Don't get it.

    I think I'm going to give the heated ones a try; they're not much more than the regular ones. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
    I got mine on sale for really cheap & really like it. It's battery heated & like a little comb. You just heat it up & brush the eyelashs in the direction you want them to go it, then you're done. It's that easy.
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    First of all, curl your lashes before mascara if you do curl.
    If you want to test this heated idea to see if it is worth it, dip a teaspoon in hot water & you can get the same effect.

    I have long eyelashes and thick, but blond on the tips. I have seen women wreck their eyelashes many times. I ,too have to be careful of the spider effect.

    My eyelashes remain great for my age and here is why.

    I treat them with care. I use eyemake up remover, but always follow with baby shampoo to make sure they are really clean. I hate the idea that any of those tiny threads of mascara can work its way under the fragile skin around your eye and cause bumps. Also,morsurizer can soak in better. This takes seconds to do.

    Keep in mind you are seen in profile the vast majority of the time, not head on. Your eyelashes are better with a very gentle upswing, not a sharp upturn. I hate those square eyelashes some women have! They start out, then are forced into a sharp angle upward. Yuk.
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    Sorry for the bump, but McJag do you have any tips for making the most out of very log eyelashes without using a curler (I'd poke my bloody eye out) or ending up like Tammy Faye? My eyelashes are also very long and dark but light at the tips and if there's anything you can suggest to speed up getting mascara on without a clumpy effect but still showing my lashes to their best effect then I'd love to hear it. Someone suggested to me that I should do as they do and use a needle to separate the lashes after applying mascara but again the idea of sticking anything other than a mascara wand (and especially a needle!) near my eyes doesn't appeal.
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    Don't use a needle. That's too dangerous. I use a "hard" toothbrush. I fan out the bristles on the sides. It really separates the lashes, better than any lash brush and less time consuming than the needle.


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    ouch! Have you tried a little eyelash comb from ASDA (or maybe it was tescos basic but it was 2/3)? I have something like this (but its one sided - the other side here can be used on your eyebrows)


    Mascara (or tint for a more permanent effect on those blond tips) and then comb them. Sod the needle! There-by danger lies!
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