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Have you ever found a product so genius that you can’t imagine how you ever lived without it? Well, that’s exactly how hundreds of Amazon shoppers feel about this eyelash comb from MSQ.
If you struggle with your lashes clumping together, then this beauty tool needs to be on your radar. Its super fine teeth comb through your lashes and separate them in a way that not many mascaras can consistently do. Plus, you can use this handy comb to remove those tiny clumps that even a good mascara can leave behind.
MSQ Eyelash Comb, $4.69 (Orig. $7.99)
The secret is all in the design. The top of the comb is slightly round and the distance between the teeth allows you to better shape and get in between your lashes. Not to mention, it’s easy to clean and comes with a handy storage cap.
This popular eyelash comb has a 4.3 out of five-star rating and over 3,700 ratings. One five-star reviewer mentioned how the comb was a success on false lashes.
“The quality of this comb is very good, it’s not flimsy and it separates my lashes well,” they wrote. “The teeth have the right spacing for false lashes, it’ll comb through them without getting stuck. Good price and quality.”
Another shopper echoed a similar sentiment and added that it’s one of their “favorite tools they’ve purchased.
“I used to use an eyebrow comb to comb out my eyelashes as they would sometimes get clumpy with certain mascaras,” they explained. “Once I saw this tool I thought it was a must purchase! It is by far one of my most favorite tools that I have purchased. You can use it either right side up or upside down and it is easy to clean. I would highly recommend if you like to have nicely separated eyelashes.”
One important note to keep in mind when using this genius eyelash comb — be sure to let your mascara dry before using it.
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