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Every once in a while, we go a bit overboard with the mascara, giving us a case of spider lashes. This portable lash comb makes it a snap to comb out clumps. The folding design keeps the teeth clean and protected, and also makes it makeup bag-friendly.
I like this product, just I do not use it as much as I should. I often forget about it. Good thing it is bright pink!3
I'm a last perfectionist. I use primer and four different mascaras every day and I used to separate each clump with a safety pin. At first I tried really hard to maneuver each little comb prong into the lashes at the base of my lid, but honestly all you have to do is skim along the lashes once mascara is on to separate the clumps. Don't get too perfect with it! Literally ALL I have to do is align the prongs with the base of my lashes and brush up. The comb automatically inserts itself and separates. A littl hard to clean, but a makeup wipe will take care off the mascara that gets between the prongs.5
I love this little lash comb! My eyelashes are a little wild and this handy c9mb makes them behave. I have always had trouble straightening out my lashes after using mascra, but not anymore! I would definitely recommend this product to every woman who wants that perfect long eyelash look. Don't know how I went all this time without one.5
I love this lash comb! The teeth are sharper and better quality than my last lash comb. I use this tool every day; can't live without it!5
Big fan of this product. The comb is a lot finer than some of the other lash combs I have used in the past, a quality that I find preferable. Does wonders combing out clumps on even the finer lashes.5
So I'm really over trying to clean up the mascara goop, this is the answer! It also really helps for just straightening out your lashes naturally.4
I love this comb! The metal teeth are fine enough to break up all my clumps. Light years better than the plastic one I had before.5
I was excited to get this but it takes some practice. I stabbed myself in the eye with the metal comb and that's scared me away from it for now.1
Although the Tweezerman lashcomb has the most tiny, well defining lash separators, the plastic body is not durable. After a couple days, and a couple rounds of cleaning, the comb portion came out of the plastic. I super-glued it back in place, but after more use, the hinge broke. I don't know why it was so fragile. I hope that Tweezerman will upgrade this product so that it has the sturdiness I have come to love from their tweezers.3
I really hate clumpy mascaras, & some keep clumping even after you've owned & been blotting them a while. A tool like this is indispensable for getting rid of excess goop. It's great that it folds up, too. My only suggestion would be to make one that includes a brush as well as a comb. Still, this does the job pretty well.4