First of all, you need a product. The ones I review are products I am personally using, or have been using. I'll only review a product that is recommended by a qualified health practitioner. When I review a product, I'll try to include the most up-to-date scientific information. If I think a product is outdated or not recommended, I'll remove it. This is what an eyelash curler looks like. The eye liner is usually a small gel-like applicator. The rest of the product is a thin, hardening, black substance that usually looks like black glue. The eyelash curler is supposed to help remove the black substance called "bronze," but it's not as effective as it could be. I'm not sure if I like the look of eyelash curlers or not, but they are definitely the easiest way to remove black residue, and they make them look pretty pretty. These are the "golden" eyeshadow palettes that I recently purchased at Sephora (I don't know if they are really gold or not). The palettes are made of different colors of eye shadow, and they have unique shapes, styles, and even different sizes. I have never seen any other palettes like these at a department store, and I was surprised by how much I liked them. They are also very affordable.