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Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator review

The product: Sephora Collection Bulls Eye Lash applicator

Today I have a cool little tool to share with you — Sephora’s Bulls Eye Lash Applicator. I’ve had it for ages but have only just gotten around to trying it this month (I very rarely wear false lashes!), but I’m kind of bummed that it took me this long to give it a go…

Because it’s a little bit awesome.

How to apply false lashes trick

The lash applicator is pretty simple: it has a set of soft, silicone-covered grips on one end to grab and place your lashes without pinching them into a new shape, and a flexible point-tip at the other end to allow you to easily re-glue a lash that’s beginning to come off at the corner.

The instruction manual that comes with the applicator (“tweezers”) has directions on how to use the clamps to set and remove your false lashes, as well as how to use the tip (“spatula”) to apply glue. And it promises something that I think hits the nail right on the head: not that these will help you apply lashes more safely or precisely than normal tweezers, but that you’ll feel safer using them.

False Lash glue applicator review

And you know what? I do feel a lot safer with these near my eyeball than my super-sharp Tweezermans. I think it’s easier for me to use traditional tweezers to apply my false lashes, but these hit the great middle ground of “easier than fingers” and “less permanently scarring than tweezers” — which makes them a hit in my books.

False lash applicator review

The verdict?

If you’re new to false lashes, or you’re just scared of stabbing yourself with your tweezers and ending up as That Girl with the Eyepatch, then this is an awesome tool to have on hand — honestly, I don’t know why no one thought of it before now!

Availability: $12 USD/$14 CAD at Sephora.

Sephora Bulls Eye False Lash Applicator review

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  • beautyreflections2013

    I love this thing. I no longer have nightmares of poking myself in the eye with tweezers! Just for THAT it's worth it!
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    • Hah! YES it is — we wouldn't want anything to happen to your pretty eyes, Trakee!

  • SOLD! I suck at putting on false lashes. I love the look of them, but anytime I've ever had them on was when a makeup artist applied them. I will give this a whirl! Woohoo innovation!
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    • I hope you LOVE it!!! Way less perilous than sharpened tweezers :P

  • Lily @ChloeAsh

    NICE! I'm so bad at applying false lashes. Fingers are too big, and tweezers are scary :-)
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  • I love this thing! I often get my lashes in place with my fingers and then use these tweezers to squeeze the false lash band against the base of my natural lashes. This tool has been so helpful getting my falsies just right.

    • Whooo! I'm glad it has another fan (er, bunch of fans) out there!

  • mostlysunnybunny

    I've always used my hands because the idea of putting my Tweezerman tweezers so close to my eyes sends a shiver down my spine. I've heard great things about this one! If I ever start wearing falsies AT ALL, I'll look into it :p
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    • Uggggh, right? Even more so with Tweezermans than anything else — their super-sharp tips scare me like nothing else!

  • sylirael

    I just purchased my first pair of falsies the other day. Technincally, I purchased two pairs, as there were four in the package, but I'll try and keep the pedantry to a minimum ;-) Most amusing part about the process was the brand: 'Lash Concierge'. I rather like that idea, actually. Like there's a dude in a fancy waiscoat (possibly a top hat) in an ultra-expensive hotel somewhere in Europe whose sole job it is to match you to your perfect pair of false eyelashes….

    Anyway, this device looks suitably surgical/medieval, which wins it instant points in my book. Since I don't have access to it, however, you'll all have to wait (with bated breath, I'm sure) for an update from me about whether or not I lodged some tweezers in my eye. If I do, at least have the comfort of knowing that my eyeball went out in style – the tweezers are Dior, from a GWP! :-D
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    • Woo hooo! Have fun with your new falsies, dude!

      I hope you do not blind yourself :|

  • Ok, I'm sold. I'm getting. I suck at applying falsies and half the problem IS that I am afraid of poking myself in the eye.
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  • I have never felt as incompetent as I have when attempting to apply false eyelashes. This looks ingenious! spectrum of fingers to tweezers that you mentioned? I would very like to be in the comfort zone of not poking my eye out…

    • These DEFINITELY fall into the "no threat, no fear" zone — they're large and padded enough as to not pose a threat, but definitely accurate to be a big step up from fingers.

  • I just got this, haha! Can't wait to try it out :)
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  • AdorableOnYourVanity

    Love the pictures! If I wore falsies at all, then I would invest in this. I love Sephora Collection – it is an utterly underrated brand.
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  • AdorableOnYourVanity

    Love the pictures! If I wore falsies at all, then I would invest in this. I love Sephora Collection – it is an utterly underrated brand.
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  • Oh, do I ever agree with you on "underrated"! I've been totally blown away by quite a few Sephora Collection products — especially for a "store brand," their line is stellar.

    Have you tried their single eyeshadows? I have six, and every single bloody one is phenomenal.

  • THIS. I need this in my life! I've always wondered where Wayne Goss got his little lash tweezers, but this is way better!!!!
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    • Little lash tweezers? I'm not sure what he uses, but these ones are great! (I'm kinda curious now, though. Guy has SKILLS.)

  • AdorableOnYourVanity

    No, haven't tried the eyeshadows – I remember there was a lot of buzz when they first debuted, but then I forgot about them. But I will probably get back to it after I am done crushing on the MUFE's artist shadows – I'm kind of obsessed ATM.

    I LOVE Sephora Collection's Lip Last Lipsticks – which is basically the best long lasting lipstick formula. I highly recommend.
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  • Those are just like banana runts!