Alright, we’ll say it: eyelash curlers are one of the most underrated beauty products of all time. If mascara is pepper, eyelash curlers are salt. Using one without the other will not yield the best results. We get it, they’re intimidating and their clinical appearance definitely gives them a bad name, but trust us when we say the results are well and truly unmatched. Any avid lash curler will tell you straight – once you start you will not go back. Our top tip: with a steady hand, holding them as close to the lash line as possible, press down and hold for five seconds. Be sure to use them before applying your mascara or you risk accidentally plucking out lashes.
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
If the 95+ five-star reviews don’t excite you, the long list of celebrity MUA’s who swear by it will. Made in Japan, the extra beefy red silicone base prevents any pulling or tugging on lashes but still delivers optimum curling capabilities. Use short squeezes to boost each lash from the base and enhance your eyes exponentially.
Doll Beauty Lash Curlers
We’d be lying if we said we weren’t suckers for an aesthetically pleasing beauty tool and Doll Beauty’s Lash Curlers are almost too cute to use. Housed in gold with pink heart-shaped handles, they have an extra-wide shape catering to all eye shapes and are safe to use with natural and false lashes, too. Don’t forget to include them in your next Insta shelfie!
Eyeko Eyelash Curlers
When long-time lash masters Eyeko announced that they would be releasing a curler, we knew it would be top of the range. Thankfully, their electric blue tool did not disappoint. Each side has been lined with superior cushioning that protects your lashes whilst crafting the perfect curly flutter.
NYX Professional Makeup Eyelash Curler
If you’re on a budget, blowing the best part of twenty pounds on an eyelash curler seems somewhat unproductive. Luckily, NYX Professional Makeup have created a purse-friendly alternative that comes in at a wonderfully affordable £5.50. Rest assured, it still does all the things you’d like it to and comes equipped with a squidgy cushioned pad.
Tweezerman Pro Lash Curler
Did you know there are lash curlers for specific eye shapes? Tweezerman’s Pro Master Lash Curlers have been created for deep-set and almond-shaped eyes, so if that sounds like you, take a seat. Easy to use, it catches and curls even those tiny hard to reach hairs with ease. Plus it comes with three replacement pads so you can switch them when the old one gets worn.
Lilly Lashes Eyelash Curler in Matte Black
Sometimes eyelash curlers can be a bit fiddly and hard to hold. Not these. Lilly Lashes Matte Black Lash Curler has been fitted with a comfortable ergonomic handle for easy use and a steady grip – very important when dealing with anything that will be used close to your eyes. Fitted with cushioned silicone pads to shield your lashes from harm, it’s a staple tool for all lash lengths.
Brushworks Glitter Eyelash Curlers
Short lashes can be especially hard to curl, but according to reviews on Brushworks’ Glitter Eyelash Curlers, this glitzy tool takes the top spot for sparse, shorter lashes. It catches, curls and lengthens, creating a fanned-out fake lash effect. The eye-catching rose gold and glitter design adds a cute touch, too.