6 Tips for Keeping Your Eyelashes Curled
- Curl your lashes before applying mascara. Your eyelashes should be the final part of your eye makeup process.
- Use waterproof mascara.
- Heat your eyelash curler.
- Apply eyelash extensions.
- Use petroleum jelly.
- Get close to your lash line.
Why do my eyelashes not hold a curl?
Oil or old makeup on your lashes or tools can weigh down your lashes and prevent them from holding a tight curl. Work to keep that lash line clean and those tools, too! Your lashes are too short or thin. We get it, sometimes you just don't have lashes that want to curl.
How do I stop my eyelash curler from pulling out my eyelashes?
Annie Gonzalez says to use the curler before applying any mascara. "Mascara will make the lashes stiffer and can lead to cracking," she says. Also, Richardson says to make sure your lash curler is clean of any sticky mascara residue because that can also pull out the lashes when you open the clamp.
How can I make my eyelash curler work better?
Pulse the Curler Along the Lash Accomplish this by pulsing the curler a few times. Doing this as opposed to just holding the curler in place will help encourage your lashes to move into the angle you want them and make them look a bit more dynamic. Otherwise, they could just go up in a way that looks unnatural.
How long should an eyelash curler last?
Clean pads after use with alcohol wipe. With daily use, we recommend replacing curler pad after three months and curler after one year.
How do I make my eyelash curls hold?
Check out our tips to help stubborn lashes maintain a curl.
- Curl Your Lashes Three Times, Instead of One. Most people curl their lashes once in the middle and then move on to their mascara.
- Avoid Mascara Primers.
- Reach for Waterproof Mascara Formulas.
- Keep Your Mascara Light.
- Try a Lash Lift.