How to Use An Eyelash Curler

The key to long fluttering eyelashes is all in the first steps. Today we’re showing you how to use an eyelash curler so that you can make the most of your makeup. An eyelash curler is essential to any makeup bag, because it acts as a push-up bra for your eyelashes. When you apply mascara after using eyelash curlers, you’ll instantly notice the difference it makes to your eye makeup, as your lashes will appear longer, and lift your whole eye area. An eyelash curler may look unusual, it is very simple to use, so we have put a quick step-by-step guide together to help you in your quest for longer, lifted, gorgeous eyelashes!

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How To: Using an Eyelash Curler

Step 1: Ensure you have clean, dry lashes before using an eyelash curler; if you already have mascara on this could break your existing lashes. Keep your eyes open and hold the eyelash curler so that your top lashes fit between the two edges.

How to use an eyelash curler-step one

Step 2: Gently clamp the eyelash curler together, as close to the root of your eyelashes as you can get without it being uncomfortable. This will add length, volume and curl to your eyelashes instantly!

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Step 3: Hold for 5 seconds, and repeat on the other eye. You can repeat as often as needed, but this should be enough time for a lifted lash. Finish with your favourite mascara.

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It’s as simple as that! With only 3 easy steps you can achieve gorgeous length on your lashes that will elevate your eye makeup for a wide-eyed gaze to mesmerise! Finish your eyelashes with lashings of mascara to emphasise your gorgeous eyes, and add your favourite Charlotte Tilbury look for a complete look from start to finish.

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Posted by Charlotte on 12th February at 09.15 in How To