I recently purchased Tarte's Picture Perfect Eyelash Curler, and I am one happy customer. Now, you may be asking yourself, "What's the big deal?" Well, let me tell ya... For the past five years I have been using M.A.C's eyelash curler. It did the trick - starting at the base of my lashes and working toward the ends, I would curl my lashes three times for extra height. I never really thought that another lash curler would do a better job until I noticed my M.A.C. curler was swiping lashes from my lovely lids.
I threw it away and thought there had to be a better one. After a lot of research, the Shu Umera Eyelash Curler kept coming up as number one, but it costs $20.00. So, I went to the second highest rated one, Tarte's ($15.00).
It's nice because you don't have to put your fingers through a mini handle, and it makes my lashes go sky high in one or two presses. I highly commend it if you don't have one. And, if you don't curl your lashes you're missing out on a "eye opening" improvement in your beauty regimen. Lashes normally stick straight out, so curling them directs them upwards allowing people to see your iris more and giving the appearance of being more awake.