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heated eyelash curler anybody every try it?

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heated eyelash curler anybody every try it?

Postby joyf » Mon Apr 06, 2009 6:54 pm

I just saw in People's magazine some eye lash curler info. and there was a "heated eye lash curler" you could purchase - "warmth helps the curls last longer etc."

Has anybody ever tried a product like this?
And does the curl last longer than just a regular eye lash curler in your opinion?
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Postby luvmycats » Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:28 am

Joy, I have been heating my eyelash curler for years. I just use my blowdryer to do it.You only need a tiny bit of heat with your dryer, then hold it in your hand to make sure it is not to hot, before you put it on your eyes. The metal part gets very hot, so that is why you only need to heat it for a second. It does make a big difference in curling your lashes, by heating the curler first.
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Postby joyf » Tue Apr 07, 2009 11:04 am

thanks. thats kinda cool. :)
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Postby jen34dd » Mon Apr 20, 2009 11:01 am

Yes, the first one I found a couple of years ago at Avon was awesome, but they discontinued I guess. Lacrosse, and Revlon make one too, available at Walgreen's and Walmart...
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