When it comes to achieving the perfect look, the right eyelash curl can make all the difference. But with so many options available, it can be hard to know which one is best for you. Curl C is the most popular choice due to its versatility and natural-looking curl. It's a great option if you're not sure which curl to use.
D curl is a good choice for those with very straight natural eyelashes, as it creates a “doll look” and hides the protruding eyelid. It's also comfortable to use and works with all eye shapes and eyelash textures. J Curl has a surprisingly straight base with just a touch of curl at the tip, making it ideal for those with almond-shaped or deep eyes. It also adds length to your lashes without the need for false eyelashes.
When shopping for an eyelash curler, look for one with a mini tube of Lights Camera Action, a 4-in-1 mascara that lengthens, volumizes, curls and conditions your eyelashes. Shu Uemura's cult-favorite and ergonomic eyelash curler is also a great choice, as it uses a mushroom shaped silicone pad to prevent pinching and fits a wide range of eye shapes. For those who don't wear mascara, an eyelash curler can still add definition to your natural lashes. Kevyn Aucoin, Surratt Beauty and other top brands offer professional-level curlers that are gentle on your eyes and provide instant results.
When applying eyelash extensions, J curl is the most popular type of curve as it creates a natural eyelash extension look. Kim Kardashian's makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic swears by this type of curler as it gently lifts and lengthens eyelashes without pinching or pulling. Heated eyelash curlers are also an option, as they have safety groove designs that protect the skin near the eyelashes from heat. No matter which type of eyelash curler you choose, make sure it fits your eye shape and provides even gripping and curling of all your lashes.
With the right tool, you can achieve beautiful curly eyelashes without kinks or creases.