Biya Eye Lash Curler
I am a very big fan of sexy lashes. They just open up the eyes, making you look awake.
For an insomniac like me, this can be a life saver.
My lash curler from Nichido needed to retire (I used it for years).
So I headed to Landmark, TRINOMA seeking a spring type curler that wouldn't break the bank.
I really commend perusing Landmark's beauty aisles for affordable tools.
I have to admit that I first fell for this cute pink packaging.
When I turned it over and saw the price, it went right into my shopping basket.
The BIYA Eye Lash Curler is a spring-type curler. It's pretty standard as far as lash curlers go.
The handle is low quality plastic, which is fine with me.
It didn't come with extra rubber, uhm, things that helps curl the lashes.
I suppose when that's all gross, I'd just chuck this out and get a new one.
Please excuse the state of my Biya Eye Lash Curler, I have used it a few times before shooting this.
MY LASH ISSUES:
Grows straight down
Position the lash curler over your eye.
Catch the lashes in the curler jaw (?).
What I do is to slowly position the curler parallel to the ground.
This bends the lashes more.
Don't worry, the end of the curler will go right into the socket - it won't hurt!
First curl results.
I curl at least two times until I achieve the perfectly curled lashes.
Still, after just the first curl, there's already visible results.
Results after more than one curl.
It really makes a whole lot of difference!
P.S. Sorry about my eyebrow, it's in between grooming :/