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Do eyelash curlers destroy your eyelashes?

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Hello, eyelashes are like hair you need to look after them, my eyelashes have fallen out befor buy using the curlers however i never used to take off my makeup so that was the reson, make sure you take your makeup off every single night and rub, patroliom jelly on your lashes, my eyelashes ever since havent fell out but now i use a trick,

 

1. Put your mascara on and wait for it to dry

2. Curl your lashes untill happy with it, i curl mine about 3 times but pump the curler dont hold in place or it can cause your eyelashes to stick to the curler and falll out, allso curl them in the middle of your lashes not on the routs or this can cause breaking and can make the lashes fall out, this does work cause ive lost all mine befor cos of curling and now i havent lost a single one from this trick, i do this everyday.Hope this helps you + ive been doing this for 30 years.tongue.gif

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Everyone has a different personal opinion, but the best solution is that dont use it too often because YES, IT DOES WEAKEN your eyelashes...this is cuz ur eyelashes grow straight (as u mentioned urs r very straight) ...and yes ur parents are right, its very difficult to get pretty lashes naturally. if u curl them, u basically turn their way of growing and so they become weak ... i can say this cuz even i hav long lashes... :) hope this helped! xoxo
oh and most important... never curl lashes after mascara :)
cuz ur lashes become lil hard, its easier for them to break ...

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No, using a eyelash curler not destroy your lashes.

 

Your lashes like all your other body hair and is created from the inside of your body. If you lashes are weak or fragile it's most likely due to a HEALTH reason rather than from using a lash curler. Your lashes like the rest of your body hair may or may not have a curl depending on your genes.

 

You can curl your lashes after applying mascara because the mascara has not dried yet, this is why is you sneeze or blink you can smudge your mascara. Obviously don't curl your lashes after the mascara has dried. Best to use a heated eyelash curler if the mascara has dried because it'll warm it up enough to curl the lash.

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I think if you use it normally then it will definitely pull some lashes out, but then again, lashes fall out naturally too. But as long as your using your lash curlers safely and don't pull you should be fine. So if possible dont use eyelash curler and here are Ways to Curl Your Eyelashes without a Lash Curler which can be useful!!!!!!!

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Just don't curl them in a moving car, or after mascara and you should be fine. I've never personally heard of someone having problems with properly using an eyelash curler ruining them. I naturally have long, moderately full lashes, and I haven't noticed any thinning and I curl mine everyday. 

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so long as the eyelash curler isn't tugging them, suppose its o.k. If its a heated eyelash curler i'd be careful though because if hair straighteners damage your hair because of the heat, i'd imagine an eyelash curler would damage your eyelashes as well.

 

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 A thyroid disorder and age destroyed my eyelashes. Dermalmd eyelash serum brought them back, almost to where they were when I was in my twenties. I'm going to share this success with my dermatologist for others who may have the same issue.

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I used to think curling your eyelashes was a waste of time and then I started using waterproof mascara (featuring Innisfree Waterpoof Microcara & Shiseido Lash Curlers)

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On 9/3/2008 at 5:27 PM, Bec688 said:

I use a lash curler every day, and have been doing so for quite awhile and I haven't noticed any difference to my lashes now to before when I didn't use one. I use a standard lash curler, I do know that heated lash curlers can cause damage after awhile, so if you are worried about damage, I would suggest sticking to a conventional curler.

I like your suggestion but I would like to suggest eye drop which is Careprost to grow your eyelashes. I am using it and my eyelashes are growing before the last 1 month.

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It doesn't seem to destroy eyelashes as if used in a good manner. Excess of everything is bad and if you use the curler regularly it will start to damage your eyelashes.

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I always feel like I’m about to rip out all my lashes and I wear so much eye makeup that there’s no way to even see a difference after I curl them.

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Everything to a limit is fine and also with care. When you deal eye lashes one should be careful. Do it Gentle to get the best.

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I have found using lashboost has given my lashes not only length but strength too. My lashes are nourished from the inside out. They curl easier and hold better.  Also if you have a lash curler you need to replace the pads on them periodically so they don’t cut your lashes 🤦🏻‍♀️  But I absolutely love my lashes now and a curling mascara like roller lash make them look 🤩

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hi, am Nicole.

First to answer your question, eyelashes curler can NEVER destroy your lashes if applied gently.

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You should also heat your eyelash curler with a hair dryer before curling. Helps them stay curled for longer. Just make sure the eyelash curler isn’t too hot before using it.

 

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