If you want fuller-looking, longer lashes, curling is a must. Besides, curling your eyelashes opens up your eyes and makes them appear larger. So, whether your lashes are naturally straight or have flattened out due to poor maintenance or other reasons; this tiny step can really help your eyes stand out. Using an eyelash curler (before you apply your mascara) is a surefire way to give your lashes that extra oomph. But did you know that there are a bunch of other ways you can curl your eyelashes? Want to know more? Read on to find everything you need to know about how to curl eyelashes.
Run the spoon under hot water (not to the extent that it burns your skin.)
Hold the heated spoon against your eyelid, right at the lash line, and press your lashes against the curve of the spoon.
Press your finger on the lashes against the edge of the spoon.
Apply your mascara to set and hold the curl.
Carefully comb your lashes while your mascara is still semi-wet.
4. With A Warm Toothbrush
What You Need
A clean toothbrush
Step By Step Tutorial
Start by placing a clean toothbrush in a mug of warm water for a few minutes.
Shake off the excess water, and dry it up by pressing the brush into a clean towel.
Use the warm toothbrush to gently brush through your lashes and hold at the tip to curl.
If you don’t achieve your desired curl, rewarm the brush and repeat the process.
Apply at least two coats of mascara to finish and set the curl.
5. With Warm Hands
What You Need
Clean, warm fingers
Step By Step Tutorial
Warm your fingers by rubbing them back and forth against one another several times to generate heat.
Now close your eyes and gently push your lashes against your lid. Press them so that they’re going up toward your brow, and hold them in place for a few seconds.
You can repeat this process until you achieve the desired curl.
Apply two coats of mascara to give your lashes volume and to set the curl.
Tips: How To Maintain Your Lashes And Curl Them Without Causing Damage
Whether you’re looking to curl your eyelashes safely or grow healthier, more gorgeous lashes naturally, here are a bunch of tips to help you out!
Washing your face before bed is important, but it does not stop there.
Make sure you take off every last bit of your makeup (even that almost impossible-to-remove waterproof mascara). If you sleep with traces of mascara or eyeliner on, chances are you’ll end up with an infection, and your lashes are likely to become dry and brittle. This will cause them to fall, and you’ll blame that expensive mascara for it, but it’s all on you.
You can use micellar water or coconut oil to remove your eye makeup. Oils are a healthy alternative and leave your lashes nourished and moisturized.
Just like you look after the precious hair on your head, it’s important to do the same for your lashes. Use a conditioner or a lash serum before heading to bed – you’ll wake up with healthier, longer lashes if you follow this routine consistently.
When you’re using an eyelash curler, you ought to be careful. Always use a clean eyelash curler – old makeup builds up and gets stuck on your curler. This needs to be cleaned out as it’s a breeding ground for bacteria. Also, remember not to squeeze or tug too hard, because your lashes do have the tendency to lose elasticity and turn brittle.
It’s important to give your lashes a break every once in a while and trust me, your lashes will thank you for it. You have no idea how many dyes and chemicals go into the making of your mascara, and these may hinder the natural growth of your lashes.
Make sure you replace your mascara every three months as the formula not only gets clumpy and dry, but your mascara wand is another breeding ground for bacteria, and there’s a high risk of you catching an eye infection.
Lastly and most importantly, follow a healthy diet. Eat foods that are rich in vitamins, which will promote the healthy growth of your lashes.
Different Ways To Curl Your Eyelashes
Eyelashes, as subtle as they are, change the way your eyes look. With healthy, long lashes, your eyes tend to look brighter and your face more youthful. That was our take on alternative curling techniques for the times you lose your eyelash curler or simply want to opt for methods that don’t involve using an eyelash curler.