How to Straighten Eyelashes
Your eyelashes can be bent and straightened just like the styles that you do to your hair. With a gentle hand and the right tools, you can certainly straighten your eyelashes to a perfect line on your eyelids. There may be people out there that like to have curved long eyelashes, but there are also some out there that would want to have straightened eyelashes. Whatever you wish to do to your eyelashes, simply keep in mind that you need to be careful because you might end up accidentally pulling out your eyelashes. This will not only cause pain but will also make your eyes look uneven.
Here are some tips on how to straighten eyelashes:
- First, make sure to wash your face will cool water. This will help make your eyelashes easier to straighten. The cool water will also make the pores on your eyelids constrict and hold onto your eyelashes a lot tighter than usual.
- Next, you can make use of straightening clips that you can purchase from any cosmetic stores nearest to you. You can choose the size of your straightening clips based on the length and width of your eyelashes and eyelids, respectively.
- Simply squeeze your eyelashes with the straightening clip and hold it steady for 3 to 5 minutes before moving on to another set of eyelashes. Do this repeatedly and alternately until you get satisfied with the results.
- If you do not want to go through the hassle of doing it yourself, you can simply visit the nearest saloon and have your eyelashes straightened. They can also apply a vitamin gel on your eyelashes to make it not only straight but strong and well nourished as well.
- For those who are in a hurry, you can make use of your spray net or hair gel. Simply apply a small amount of your spray net or hair gel on your straightening clip before squeezing your eyelashes. For those who do not have any spray net or hair gel, you can make use of your mascara instead.
Straightening your eyelashes may be a tedious thing to do, but this definitely will give you a new look and a new way of quickly putting emphasis to your eyes.