Start at the base on the outer lashes and roll up. Hold it at the tip of lashes for a bit. Follow with the rest of the eye. If needed, roll top half of lashes again towards the tips. Use after your mascara dries.
My "manual" was the smallest instruction paper, folded in the very bottom of the packaging, about the size of/smaller than a fortune cookie, and with subsequently teeny writing as well.
You install the battery by pulling apart the top curling portion & bottom battery/on & off portion.
Once you push the two pc's back together (tightly, with absolutely zero space in between) you slide the on/off button all the way towards the curling portion, and wait 15-20 seconds for the unit to heat up.
(I used this time to apply my mascara as it says to only use on lashes that have mascara applied. I know this sounds counter productive, but I've tried both ways and it doesn't "melt" anything or cause clumping or any negative results. I think it keeps the lashes protected as well as "activates" the mascara in a sense.)
Glide tool thru your mascara coated lashes as much as you'd care to, and once you have your lashes as curled as you'd like them, you have to hold the lashes in the curled position (you can use your index finger to just provide pressure against the base of your upper lases, pushing in towards your lid...) so that the curl can "set' similar to your hair curls.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Give it 15-30 seconds to warm up then start at the base of the lash line and gently sweep up. Before and after mascara is recommended,
answered 6 months ago
Apply some mascara, then it is like a heated mascara brush. You start at the base of the lash and hold it, then work your way up the lash. It is easier than it looks.
Here's what the instructions that came with my curler say:
"For best results, use after mascara is applied. Turn curler on and heat for approximately 15 seconds. Place curler comb under lashes and gently lift. Hold curled lashes in place until desired curl is achieved. Remember to turn off curler to avoid overheating."
"To clean: Remove battery by sliding off battery cap. Wipe curler comb and body with a soft, damp cloth. Do not immerse in water."
Hope that helps!