From the desk of Jack Belly, Editor-at-Large of My Makeup Blog
(As typed and edited by Dao)
Since we mentioned about inspiration, I went around the house and put my nose in everything. Beside finding where my editor-in-chief put her stash as well as my cat food, I found this disgusting little thing in the trash:
The thing I talked about is the object on the right paw side
I'm glad to find that old lash curler pad in the trash as well as the new one because girl, you need to change yo' eye lash curler pads once in a while!
Srsly Seriously, how can you curl your whiskers eyelashes with such a banged-up device? It not only hurts your eyes but also harbors bacteria. And pink eyes is not fashionable, ya heard?
(Note to readers: he meowed loudly at this point to protest with anger at pink eyes.)
When you know to dump your lash curler pads:
- It splits right at the middle (like the one in the picture)
- It feels like leather
- It does not curl your lashes no mo'
- You don't remember when you bought the curler and what color the pad originally looked like.
If you answer "yes" to one or more of the aboved categories, please dump your pad and get a new one. The pad should be changed once every three to six months. Now, some companies like Shu Uemura do not sell replacement pads beyond the extra one that comes with the eyelash curler but you can easily find something similar at CVS or Sally's Beauty. Dao got hers at Sally's, methinks. (I checked and she confirmed.)
Ok, that's all for now, kittens! Let me have my own treats, mkay meow!
Mr. Belly >.<
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