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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.
It looks like a torture device to me, be she really likes the way it works and the fact that it folds makes it easy to store and travel in her kit. Since I do not use this myself, I can only tell you that she was really happy when I bought it for her and she uses it a lot... so I believe it is a great product.5
I needed a sturdy lashcomb for travel (that wouldn't break in transit) and found this. I liked that the comb folded in for protection and I didn't have to deal with keeping track of a cap or anything. I really like the metal teeth on the comb. They are easy to clean after use and it is just a perfect little comb.5
I love this lash comb! Separates the lashes without taking away the mascara. It is a metal comb with a plastic handle. It folds so the brush stays clean and does not get broken by bumping my other makeup brushes. I really love this lashcomb and highly recommend!5
This is great tool to use in clumpy mascara situations. It can easily fit under the lower lashes without smudging the rest of your make up. It's a must.5
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 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