Tool Thursday: Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator Review

Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator
Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator


  • Curve length: 2 cm (0.8 in)
  • Handle length: 12 cm (4.7 in)

Review & Usage

Sephora Bulls Eye Lash Applicator is a tweezer-like tool designed to make applying false lashes easy and precise. The metal applicator is rubberized throughout to provide a good grip.

The applicator can be divided into 3 sections:

  1. The “clamper”
    This is the front part of the applicator where it is curved to fit the shape of false lashes.
  2. The “resting” area
    Where the word “Sephora” is is where you hold the applicator with your fingers. The wider area allows you to hold it comfortably.
  3. The “pusher”
    The triangle end of the applicator is shaped like the end of traditional tweezers but is much bigger in size. It allows you to push the lashes as close to the lash line as possible. You can also use it to “press down” the end of the lashes to the lash line.

To use, simply line the curve of the applicator to the curve of the lashes (right in the middle or towards the end), then clamp, and place the lashes in the center of lid and as close to the lash line as possible. If you need to clamp a small portion of the lashes to adjust, just flip the applicator vertically so that you don’t move the whole lashes. The final step is to use the pusher end to press down the end of the lashes and move them towards the lash line.

To me, this is a great tool for those who are afraid to apply false lashes with a tweezer or those who find applying with fingers too messy. The slim curve of the applicator helps make positioning false lashes effortless — you can see in the mirror exactly what you’re doing without your fingers blocking the view. It also allows you to place the lashes quickly, accurately, and exactly where you want them.

I have been wearing false lashes for some time now so for me I can use anything — tweezer, applicator, or fingers. For those who are just starting, I would recommend you check out this applicator because it really makes applying lashes much easier (than fingers) and safer (than tweezer).

Do you wear false lashes? How do you apply them?


US$12 at Sephora


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  1. says: Sunny

    Hey Jaa, I was mildly curious about this when it came out. With your recommendation, I’ll take a closer look when I can! I seldom if ever wear falsies. I find that most styles I can find here are way too dramatic for my eyes/face. I do want to eventually learn how to apply individual falsies though. I think those will stay somehow credible but add some va-va-voom!

    1. says: Jaa

      Individual falsies look more natural for sure and feel more comfortable, too, in my experience. They just take a little longer to apply. :D I can’t seem to find ones that I like enough for the lower lashes, though. I may have to check eBay for those. Do you ever think of getting lash extensions? I’d love to get one but they seem high maintenance! T_T

      1. says: Sunny

        Oh I was thinking about putting them just on my upper lashes! For my bottom lashes, I’ll stick to mascara.

        I haven’t really thought about lash extensions for the same reason. Plus that will rule all waterproof products out, and when they start falling off it just looks patchy! My natural lashes really aren’t much, but at least they’ll always look natural LOL

  2. says: Erin

    I was hoping this was an eyelash curler when I first saw the picture. All the curlers I’ve tried have been too small for my eye and always do wonky things to my lashes!

    1. says: Jaa

      Have you tried the Shiseido one, Erin? It opens wide and actually has the largest “width” of all the curlers I’ve tried! :)

  3. I was gonna say how the hell am I supposed to get the corners in with this thing and then I saw the other side, lol. I do need to invest in a new pair of tweezers or something for my lashes. They’re really damn old.

    1. says: Jaa

      I didn’t see the other end at first, either! When I first used it, I had to look for a tweezer to press the corners in. LOL. Duh! It’s right thereeee!!!

  4. Ugh, dude. Your photos of this are so good!!!

    I have one of these sitting in my to-try box, and I think I’ll have to jump it up the queue a little, now ;) I usually just apply my falsies with tweezers, but I’ll be honest: I’m always, always afraid that I’m going to gouge out my eye by mistake.


    1. says: Jaa

      Thanks, Rae!!! Tweezers are quite scary to use near the eyes! But I’m sure you and I have applied falsies countless of times and if we’re always being careful, tweezers should be fairly safe!!! For beginners, though, this is a must-have!

  5. says: Carolyn

    Your photos of these are incredible as always! They show such great detail :). I’m a complete false lash newbie (the only two times I’ve worn them were for my wedding makeup trial + wedding day), so this tool sounds like it’d be perfect for me!

    1. says: Jaa

      I’m seeing so much dust in my photos. LOL. You wouldn’t believe how long it took me to clean this thing. And there’s still dust everywhere!!! >.< Yeah, this tool should make applying falsies much easier! :)

  6. says: Fiona

    I have never ever worn false lashes but I’m seriously keen on trying them. This took seems to be quite good so will check this at sephora counter soon.

    1. says: Jaa

      Oh I don’t think you need falsies, like, at all, Fiona! You already have a FULL set of lush lashes!!!!! I’m jealous!

  7. Looks like something a gynaecologist would use <_< Falsies on your vajayjay, why not!

    No, seriously, it's a strange-looking tool! But I can really use all the help I can get when it comes to applying falsies, so who knows, I might like it.

    1. says: Sylirael

      This. :-D

      Maybe it’s because I never wear false eyelashes, but whenever I see a tool that I’m unfamiliar with or would never have a reason to use, my mind does either strange. medical or dirty things with it. What can I say, as a rogue, you see some pretty strange stuff in ‘dungeons’… ;-)

    2. says: Jaa

      Falsies on vajayjay <-- this = HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA CAN YOU IMAGINE?!! HAHAHAHA! LOL, yeah, it has a weird shape for sure but it works! ;D I don't think you will ever have to worry about wearing falsies, Melissa! LOOK AT YOUR LASHES! They already look so fabulous!!!

  8. says: Dee

    Interesting. I have something similar that I bought from….Ardell ( I think!!) And youre right it does make holding lashes so much easier. I still haven’t mastered the art tho..dont wear them often enough :s when you hold them with tweezers….dont you worry about any of the lashes getting pulled on etc?

    1. says: Jaa

      Not really! For some reason I have never been afraid of using tweezers to apply my falsies. Guess I’m always being careful and taking my time? ^_^

  9. Sounds great !
    I never tried individual falsies, i’m curious about that. I’m always made a mess when it comes to falsies XD.
    Need to get one next time to Sephora.

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