If you’ve gotta pluck those pesky hairs…pluck with these!

A while back I did a post about the awesomeness that was Tweezerman’s eyelash curlers. You remember that, right? Wellllls, I’m back with a post of one of their newly released tweezers. And trust me, if anyone knows tweezers, it’s Tweezerman. And yeah, you may love your brand of tweezers that cost $3 (ahem…or $30) but chances are, they aren’t performing AS well as Tweezerman’s tweezers. I know. Such a bold statement to make, but what can I say? These tweezers are awesome, ya’ll. And if you’ve tried them, you know what I mean.

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You promise, right? Tweezerman has a TON of different tweezers to fit your needs and every now and then, they come out with beautifully designed tweezers. Like these.

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Fancy, aren’t they? They were designed by designer Cynthia Rowley and they’ve been such a nice little addition to my beauty line-up. They perform as beautifully as all Tweezerman tweezers. They’re just MORE fun because they’re so pretty.

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Don’t act like you don’t judge beauty products and tools by their cover. A lot of us beauty lovers are visual creatures so it’s the packaging that pulls us in first. Am I right? Add these to your beauty wish list. They’re $25 which I know can be a bit steep for some when it comes to purchasing tweezers. But tweezers are an investment. They’ll last forever and if you’re like me, you’ll use them daily. You will definitely get your money’s worth. You can snag these babies at Sephora and Sephora.com.

Any Tweezerman lovers in the house?

Curling the eyelashes: Yay or Nay?

Okay guys and gals, I got a serious question for you. Do you curl your eyelashes? Okay, not as SERIOUS of a question as you may have been thinking but come on…do you? I don’t do it as often as I want to and it’s a darn shame because you can seriously change the look of your lashes with just a few pumps from an eyelash curler. I’m for realsies.

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Lately I’ve been messin’ around with Tweezerman’s ProCurl Eyelash Curler and um, it’s kinda awesome. It isn’t all that innovative in terms of eyelash curlers go but it’s nifty and gets the job done.

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Who NEEDS to use eyelash curlers? Well, no one really. It’s a preference thang. I’ve got crazy wonky lashes that go all over the place. My lashes are neither long nor plentiful in volume. They could use every bit of omph as they can get. Using an eyelash curler helps not only curl the lashes (duh) but it also gives them the appearance of being just a wee bit more…out there. And without the use of mascara. That means when I DO wear mascara after using an eyelash curler, my lashes are like, “WHAT UUUUUUUP!” True story.

So the premise behind Tweezerman’s eyelash curler is like any other one you’ve seen before. I do dig this not being silver like most though. In fact this one is a bronze-y copper metallic. Or something like that. According to Tweezerman, this eyelash curler is “designed to exceed the standards and performance of any other curler on the market today. Reworked angles create excellent access to each lash like never before—allowing for effortless use and maximum curl.” (source) Yeah okay. Sounds good and all. And I’m just glad that it works.

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Oh! And the best thing about these $20 eyelash curlers? They come with extra pads.

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This is awesome because overtime the pads tend to loose their bounce but being able to re-up at least twice makes the curlers worth their price. Oh snap. I rhymed! :razz:

I’ve heard several tips and tricks of how to effectively use eyelash curlers from beauty enthusiasts and makeup artists alike. I like the idea of applying one coat of mascara and then using the eyelash curler to help lift the lashes. But most times I’m too lazy to even do that. So I just start pumpin’ the lashes bare ‘n all.

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And after a few presses and being careful to not eat up my  actual eyelid (OMG, because if you do..the pain, sister, the pain!!), I end up with some kind of curl.

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It’s nothing spectacular but I love the way my lashes look after a fresh press. Yes ma’am.

You can get these eyelash curlers from Sephora and Sephora.com for $20. Not a terrible investment if you like to stay up on your eyelash care like I do. Do riddle me this…do you ever curl your lashes?