Most items in your makeup collection are easy to replace. Once you’ve had enough of an eyeshadow palette or a blush, there are hundreds of other options on the market that can take its place. However, there is one item that most makeup lovers will never change: their eyelash curler.
Eyelash curlers are one of those unicorn products that you are incredibly loyal to and that you never replace unless it really breaks. I have been using my Tweezerman Pro Master Lash Curler for almost 10 years and I have never found an eyelash curler that matches the shape of my almond shaped eyes so perfectly. I plan to keep buying refill pads until the curling iron breaks (and frankly, when that happens, I know I’m going to get the exact same one again).
If you’re still looking for The One, pick up some favorites from celebrity makeup artists who know best. Ahead, Patrick Ta, Mario Dedivanovic, Mary Phillips and more experts share their top photos.
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Best for round eyes
The eyelash curler
“Eyelash curling is a non-negotiable step for me. It’s a complicated part of my routine when I’m working on clients,” says makeup artist Patrick Ta, a favorite of Gigi Hadid and Adriana Lima. He loves this Kevyn Aucoin classic “because it has the perfect roundness on even the roundest of eyes”,
Kevyn Aucoin’s curling iron is also the number one choice for Rommy Najor, who works with Martha Hunt and Doutzen Kroes. “It is slightly wider than the [cult favorite] Shu curler, which catches more lashes at the tips,” she says. “Plus, it doesn’t require a strong squeeze to curl the lashes, and it’s well-priced too!”
Best for a long-lasting curl
iconic eyelash curler
The name says it all. This legendary lash enhancer really is the GOAT among curlers. Loved by many, including famed makeup artist Dani Kimiko Vincent, who has worked with Sandra Oh, this tool is a surefire way to instantly look more awake.
Best for beginners
Extreme eyelash curler
Mary Phillips, whose work you’ve seen on Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Chrissy Teigen, loves this Japonesque curling iron. It has a high arch in the center of the curler to give a deeper curl in the center of the lash line. This unique shape has two advantages: When lashes are the longest in the middle, they really open the eyes, and she finds that the curler is “less intimidating to customers because it doesn’t clamp as close to the eyeball as a classic-shaped curler.” does that normally.”
Best for fragile lashes
Relevée eyelash curler
“It really blends in on the lash line better than any other curling iron I’ve tried,” says Katie Jane Hughes, an artist who collaborates with Rosie Hungtington-Whiteley and Ashley Graham. †[It] appears wider than most other eyelash curlers and is therefore the most universal.”
Mario Dedivanovic, a favorite of Kim Kardashian, is also a fan of this curling iron, adding that it counts to five on each eye so that the curl is perfectly symmetrical. He says the curling iron also helps protect the lashes from breakage.
Best for small lashes
“It comes down to a solid design; it doesn’t pinch, the curing pad hits the ‘Goldilocks’ zone for firmness and roundness, it comes with an extra curling pad and all for a lower price than comparable high-end models,” says Anna Kendrick and Christina Hendricks makeup artist Vanessa Scali. Patrick Ta is also a fan of this curling iron “because it can curl the tiniest lashes.”
Best for false eyelashes
Preo Prima Japanese eyelash curler
Najor also loves this uniquely shaped curling iron. “I always have this on hand for stubborn lashes or if I want to curl the lashes in sections after applying false lashes,” he says. “It’s a little lash curler that you squeeze the lashes together.”
Best for different eyelash colors
ProCurl Eyelash Curler
“I got it in the rose gold and I love how you can see the lashes against the color of the curler so you can gauge how much of a curl you’re getting,” says Vincent Oquendo, the makeup artist behind Lily Collins, Tessa Thompson, and Elsa Hosk.
Makeup artist Fiona Stiles recently used this curling iron on Mireille Enos for the 2022 SAG Awards to help achieve what she called an “intense curl.”
Best for outer lashes
Backstage eyelash curler
The lashes around the edges of your eye can be tricky to grab with a curling iron, but this tool, which is a favorite of makeup artist Manuel Espinoza — who has worked with model and activist Ebonee Davis — bends deep enough to catch all the hair the inner and outer lash line.
Best for a subtle curl
Tina Turnbow, who works with Taylor Schilling and Debra Messing, likes this Nars curler because “it curls gently so the lashes aren’t too curved. It also blends in really well with most eye shapes.”
Best for fast curls
Full eyelash curler
Nicole Faulkner, a makeup artist loved by beauty influencers like Jaclyn Hill and Laura Lee, is a fan of this MAC curling iron because “it gives you a quick curl without squeezing and comes in an all-black, smooth finish.”
Best for tight curls
Classic eyelash curler
Faulkner is also a fan of this Tweezerman curling iron because it’s “so durable and gives you a nice, tight curl.”
additional reporting by Katie Dickens.
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