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The gentle curve is a perfect fit, even for those with big eyes!
with a spare rubber pad
・Wide type, with a width of 40mm
・Shallow curve, in line with the curve and width of your eye
・Flat edge type
・Easy to create curls! The top band is 8.6mm high
Country of orgin: Japan
FOR BEST RESULT
1) Eyelash curlers work best on clean eyelashes. Make sure eyelashes are free of mascara. If necessary, use eye makeup remover to remove old mascara.
2) With your blowdryer on low heat, blow air on the curler for no more than 5 seconds. Touch the metal. If it’s hot, let it cool for a few seconds. You don’t want to burn your eyelid.
3) Open the curler, clamp lashes near the roots. Hold for 10-30 seconds. Never curl lashes after you apply mascara — as the mascara dries, lashes can stick to the curler & be torn from the roots.
WHY I LOVE THIS PRODUCT
During my last haul post, some of you have been asking me about this Canmake curler and why this curler is different from other curlers. Let me try to explain…
The first difference that you’ll notice once you compare the Canmake curler with an ordinary curler is its width. The Canmake curler is a bit wider than an ordinary curler, which enables the curler to fit those girls with larger eyes. With the wider width, the curler can also accommodate false lashes. Since I wear false lashes on a regular basis, this curler is wide enough to curl even the false lashes that are closer to the outer corners of my eyes. My old curler couldn’t do that.
The second difference that you’ll notice is that the Canmake curler has a steeper angle than a regular curler (Refer to first and third photo). This means that the Canmake curler is able to reach closer to the bottom of your lashes that are closest to the eye. As a result, the wide fit curler is able to give your lashes more curl and length.
Finally, the last difference is obviously the PINK colour! Who doesn’t love a pink curler? So CUTE! This curler is definitely my favourite curler that I’ve tried to date!
Cost (5/5) – I paid around $10 CAD for it in Hong Kong, which is not bad.
Ease of Use (5/5)
Packaging (5/5) – The cutest packaging!
PS, thank you, thank you for all your lovely comments on my July giveaway! I will take all of your suggestions seriously and hopefully, you’ll be able to read more reviews, tutorials, & etc that will interest you!
And if you haven’t done so, please enter my giveaway, which ends July 30 for a Mac Viva Glam lipstick. Follow the link on the side bar!