Lovely Lashes Eyelash Curler by Izy Trends
I must admit, I am usually one to skip the whole eyelash curling step, mostly because I don’t like the pinching that happens with most curlers and I never seem to place the curler just right. Lovely Lashes Eyelash Curler by Izy Trends is a new eyelash curler on the market that claims to curl without pinching or tugging, so I was eager to try it out.
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What’s in the box? The Lovely Lashes Eyelash Curler by Izy Trends comes packaged in a pink box with a fashionable girl on the cover who appears to be on the move! Makes me think this particular curler is geared towards teens/young adults based on the graphics, but the curler itself can be used by anyone. The crushable box is a bit strange for packaging an eyelash curler, but it’s a cute box.
What about the curler? The first thing I notice are the handles (where you put your fingers) has what seems to be a little black rubber/plastic gasket on each side of the rings, which make for a better and more comfortable grip.
It also comes with two silicone pads – one installed and one refill. Loverly Lashes is lightly etched on the back of the top portion of the curler – cute touch.
How well do they work? I tried the curler two ways. The first time I used it on my natural lashes. Since my lashes are pretty short, I applied a clear mascara to lengthen my lashes a bit. Short lashes are also the reason why I have difficulty placing any curler just right. I don’t really practice to make it perfect. There was a little pinching with my natural lashes, but it could be user error too?!? Once I got the curler seated right my lashes were curled nicely.
Next I tried the curler while wearing 3D fiber lashes. It was easy to get my lashes placed correctly. I was able to get it seated and I gently squeezed the curler together for about 10 seconds. I did notice that some of the fibers did come off on the pad after curling, but with fibers, that is to be expected. Again, the lashes curled.
Jaxs-Tip: In the rare event that I use an eyelash curler I always clean my silicone pads by using a cotton swab dipped in oil free eye makeup remover, and wiping the pad after use. My pads last a little longer and look clean the next time I use them.
Last up – falsies. This was extremely easy to do: first because I am used to using a curler with falsies, and second because the lashes were long and easy to place. Again, squeezing the curler together with a bit more pressure for 10-15 seconds resulted in a very nicely curled demi lash.
So what’s the final score? Did The Lovely Lashes Eyelash Curler curl my lashes without any pinching or tugging? Natural lashes – not so much as there was some pinching, but no tugging. Fiber lashes worked okay, and the false lashes curled really well. I felt no tugging and the pinching I did feel was not painful enough to draw tears to my eyes. . .and mess up my makeup! With a 100% LIFETIME guarantee, you really can’t go wrong.
Overall, it’s a good little curler. The protected handles make it somewhat easier on your fingers and they do the job they are meant to do – which is curl eyelashes. It would make a great gift for a young lady, but would be appropriate in any makeup kit. With Christmas about to knock on the door The Lovely Lashes Eyelash Curler would make great stocking stuffers. You can pick up one, or pick up some at Amazon today. Don’t forget to checkout the Izy Trend website, and LIKE then on Facebook.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Powered by Sidelines