Asian Eyelashes's Holy Grail
I have tried so many eyelash curler but it never fitted my eyes right and couldn't curl all my lashes! Until I heard amazing reviews by youtubers! I realized my mom had one and I totally stole it from her! It has been years since and it is still the best! Just make sure to change the padding that curls your lashes and clean it to keep it in pristine condition.
One of my Faves
I know that many women love using the Shu uemura eyelash curler but that one did absolutely nothing for my straight/semi-thin lashes. There were quite a few stray strands of hair that never got curled the way I wanted. I bought the current Shiseido one a few months back and have been quite pleased. I get the perfect lifted curl every time and enjoy using false lashes and mascara again. Check out my channel for my no pinch technique or visit my blog for more info: http://sharlenemua.blogspot.com/
Worth the $19.
I have both the Shu Uemura and Shiseido eyelash curlers. The new eyelash curler from Shiseido has a wider curling area with a silicone pad (that is replaceable).
I can heat up the pad with a hair dryer to help my lashes hold the curl!
Also love the fact that the replacement pads are only $6 for 2.
My eyelashes are naturally droopy with no curls and with this curler, it completely lifts my eyes. From using an Ulta brand to this...I can definitely say there is a major difference. I even let my mom try it out. She has mono lids with very tiny lashes and this curler made a difference.
I have wanted a new eyelash curlers for a while. I have tried numerous of drugstore eyelash curlers and nothing seems to work on my straight, floppy lashes.
My lashes seem to go downwards instead of up and no matter how much time I spend curling them or whatever new curling mascara I use nothing works. That was until I bought the Shiseido ones. I am in love with these eyelash curlers. They work really well on my lashes and make the curl last all day.
I was doubtful at first about spending so much on a pair of eyelash curlers but I am happy I invested in them. These set me back £17.50. I bought them while I was in Wales on holiday.
I have read reviews where people say that it takes about three or four times for these to fully curl your lashes, I agree with that with just one pump of these it doesn’t seem to do anything but after around three pumps the curl seems to form.
Here is a before and after picture of my lashes. To me this is a huge result as my lashes have never looked this curled before. Also If your lashes are not hard to straight I reckon this eyelash curlers will make your lashes look amazing.
Overall I am happy I bought these eyelash curlers. They grip all my lashes and curl them perfectly. The curl last all day until i remove my mascara. They are in my opinion worth the money.
My New Love
Like many I had to switch my lash curler because Shu Uemura is no longer available to myself. It took a long time for me to accept that my curler was no longer working as well as it used to and enough nerve to spend another twenty bucks or so on another. After doing some research I decided upon this one. I can definitely say it has a unique shape as far as lash curlers go, it has quite a wide curve as opposed to a rounded ones found on most lash curlers. I have to say I really do enjoy the curl I get from it, it doesn't "bend" my lashes which is nice, it gives it an even , CURVED curl. Overall I am not sad that I spent the money, it is working out better than I had hoped for!
My go to eyelash curler was Shu Uemura's eyelash curler but mine completely broke on me after owning it for about 3 years. I am a little bit forceful with how I curl my lashes though because my lashes are very straight. I managed to get my hands on this lash curler about 4 days ago and after a couple of days of using it, I love the way it curls my stubbornly straight lashes. The Shiseido Eyelash Curler is fantastic for people who have short straight lashes and want them to curl! I do have to say though that it personally is not curved enough for my eye shape so I have to curl my lashes in sections so to speak to achieve what I want, but it works just fine otherwise!
I'm not an expert on eyelash curlers because I usually just wear fake lashes. Also, I don't have much to compare it to since I've only ever tried the ELF eyelash curler.
The Shiseido one is much more comfortable to use on my eyes. It's never pinched my skin and it does a decent job of curling my almost non-existent Asian eyelashes. I will, however, give the Shu Uemura eyelash curler a try one of these days just to compare since it seems just as popular as the Shiseido one.