- Curve length: 2 cm (0.8 in)
- Handle length: 12 cm (4.7 in)
Review & Usage
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator is a tweezer-like tool designed to make applying false lashes easy and precise. The metal applicator is rubberized throughout to provide a good grip.
The applicator can be divided into 3 sections:
- The “clamper”
This is the front part of the applicator where it is curved to fit the shape of false lashes.
- The “resting” area
Where the word “Sephora” is is where you hold the applicator with your fingers. The wider area allows you to hold it comfortably.
- The “pusher”
The triangle end of the applicator is shaped like the end of traditional tweezers but is much bigger in size. It allows you to push the lashes as close to the lash line as possible. You can also use it to “press down” the end of the lashes to the lash line.
To use, simply line the curve of the applicator to the curve of the lashes (right in the middle or towards the end), then clamp, and place the lashes in the center of lid and as close to the lash line as possible. If you need to clamp a small portion of the lashes to adjust, just flip the applicator vertically so that you don't move the whole lashes. The final step is to use the pusher end to press down the end of the lashes and move them towards the lash line.
To me, this is a great tool for those who are afraid to apply false lashes with a tweezer or those who find applying with fingers too messy. The slim curve of the applicator helps make positioning false lashes effortless — you can see in the mirror exactly what you're doing without your fingers blocking the view. It also allows you to place the lashes quickly, accurately, and exactly where you want them.
I have been wearing false lashes for some time now so for me I can use anything — tweezer, applicator, or fingers. For those who are just starting, I would recommend you check out this applicator because it really makes applying lashes much easier (than fingers) and safer (than tweezer).
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