Marlene Rego
Marlene Rego
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What happened when I switched to an eyelash curler for round eyes

Here’s my idea of fun: Applying mascara to one of my eyes and then comparing the sad, bare lashes of the neglected eye to it. I do this a lot with new products I’m testing out; I’ll go to town on one half of my face and leave the other side makeup-free for dramatic effect. Can you tell I love a good before and after?

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So as usual, when I came across the new Tweezerman ProCurl lash curler for round eyes I played the makeover game on myself. In the selfie above I used the curler on only one of my eyes. If you’re still wondering which one… Ding! It’s the right eye. (My right, not yours). The left eye just doesn’t look as open and awake.

When I heard that Tweezerman debuted a lash logic series for both round and almond-shaped eyes, I was extra curious because the gunky curler sitting in my makeup bag was awful at grabbing my outer lashes.

I was skeptical that it would make a difference, but it totally did. The narrow top bar and 60 degree shape offer better leverage for round eyes so not only did it capture all my lashes, it also fanned them out really nicely at the base. I used Elizabeth Arden’s Grand Entrance mascara, which is a dream at lengthening lashes (the brush is also beveled for better maneuvering). The result is noticeably less clumpy lashes that almost look fake. I’d call that a great after.

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Elizabeth Arden Grand Entrance Mascara

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Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler

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Elizabeth Arden Grand Entrance Mascara

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Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler