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Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler
Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler

Heated Eyecurl II Hot Brush Eyelash Curler

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By the time you start genuinely searching for the best heated eyelash curler, you’ve had it up to your eyeballs with ‘clamp’-style lash curlers that pinch your delicate eyelid skin, pull out fragile lashes and create those 90 degree angles in lashes that are even more unattractive than no curl at all!

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Yup, we all come to worship at the alter of heated curlers for much the same reasons.

After all, heated lash curlers come with benefits that some of us lash freaks absolutely need. Here’s a quick roundup of what makes the heated versions so awesome…

  • Quick & long lasting. The biggest advantage of heat is that it only takes several seconds to create curls that last all day, through humidity and rain.
  • No pinch, no pull. This is by far the most wonderful perk of heated lash curlers. Unlike traditional clamps, the majority of heated curlers are wand-like, which means there’s nothing pulling or pinching at your eyes.
  • Perfect for fragile lashes. If you have fragile lashes or lashes that are falling out, the last thing you want to do is subject them to the tug-and-pull of clamp curlers. Heated curlers, on the other hand, simply lift up your lashes for a gentle curl – without any force.
  • Curls and tames. Got lashes that like to stick out in all different directions? A clamp-style curler is just going to accentuate that. A heated curler, on the other hand, helps tame and curl those stubbornly wild lashes.
  • Get that extra lift. You go through all the effort to curl your lashes but as soon as you put a layer of mascara, they droop again. Sound familiar? With a heated lash curler, you can get an extra lift and curl in seconds, without the breakage that you’d risk by putting mascara-ed lashes in a clamp curler.

That all sounds mighty good, but before you rush over to pick up one of the best eyelash curlers – there are a few things you should know about heated curlers…

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Heated eyelash curlers come in two styles: a clamp and a wand. The clamp styles aren’t really clamps at all – meaning, they don’t require force to curl your lashes into shape. Instead, they use heat and the curvature of the clamp to give your lashes an uplifted curve.

The wand style curlers, on the other hand, have a comb-like end that allows you to get every last lash, lets you separate lashes as you curl, and gently applies heat to your lashes to sweep them upwards.

Overall, they’re both great but which one you choose depends on what your need are. The clamp-style heated curlers have the advantage of being more beginner-friendly and producing more intense curls in a shorter amount of time.

Wand-style heated curlers aren’t as beginner-friendly but are more compact (read: portable) and better for getting an extra lift after mascara. They also come with the huge perk of never pulling your lashes or pinching your lids! They’re also ideal for getting every last little lash curled – even the baby ones at the inner corner of your eyes.

Natural Lift vs C-Curl

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One thing that’s really important to note about heated lash curlers is that they excel at creating a certain type of curl: perfectly separated lashes that smoothly and naturally sweep upwards for a wide-eyed, energized look.

If you’re looking for a natural, uplifting curl – heated lash curls are perfect for you. But if you prefer the ‘C’-type, bent curl, it’ll take a bit of experimentation and work to get the style you like.