How to Curl Your Lashes
The essence of sophisticated eye makeup lies in the eyelashes! If you want to curl your eyelashes, you need to choose the right eyelash curler and mascara, in addition to your curling skills!
In order to have perfect curves, in addition to choosing the right product for your eye shape, it is also important to learn the correct usage and maintenance methods in order to get the most out of your eyelash styling tools!
How to choose an eyelash curler according to your eye shape
People with more convex eyes should choose a curved eyelash curler, while those with flatter eyes or single eyelids should choose a curved curler with less curvature. If you have flat eyes, a curved curler will make it difficult to get to the root of the eyelash, but it will be easier to pinch the flesh. If you have a flat eye shape or single eyelids, you should choose a thinner curler to make it easier to curl your eyelashes!
The right way to curl eyelashes
The secret to curling your eyelashes is the "root-center-end" three-stage process, where you gently curl at the root, gently curl in the center, and finally gently curl at the end! Curl your lashes in sections, the more sections the better. When curling your eyelashes, don't just curl them at the roots, but pull them upwards while curling them at the roots. Longer lashes are primed first and the curler is fine-tuned for detail. Mascara is usually divided into two types: long and thick, so keep one of each. Use the long version as a base, pulling from the root to the end of the lashes to lengthen them, and then use a small curler to adjust the uneven or redundant ends of the lashes, shaping them from thick to thin. If your lower lashes are visible, your eyes can be enlarged. If you brush your lower lashes, your face will also look shorter.
It's important to maintain your eyelash curler regularly
Many people often neglect to maintain their eyelash curlers, which are prone to makeup stains and eyelash oils. If not cleaned regularly, the dirt attached to the curler will weaken the staying power, make the styling effect less effective, and make it easy for bacteria to grow! The eyelash curler adhesive strip also needs to be replaced frequently so that the elasticity of the curler will not become fatigued due to prolonged use.
The correct way to brush mascara
If you want to have beautiful eyelash curves, you should not keep brushing your mascara over and over again! Before brushing your mascara, you can use a mascara brush to organize the flow of hairs, brush your mascara from the root of your lashes upwards in a Z shape, then hold the brush vertically and brush your lashes upwards so that every inch of your lashes are evenly brushed. You can fan out vertically at the head and tail of the eye to lengthen the lashes and create a more curled effect ~ be patient and take care of every detail so your lashes don't get rough and tangled.