I've been using this curler for the past few months and I'm not loving or hating it. The things that I don't like about it is that it pinches my eye sometimes and it hurts SO much. Also, it is hard to make a nice curl with this curler because you have to do it a certain way to get that "perfect" curl instead of a 90 degree "crimp". The thing I like about it is that it came with an extra cushion replacement and it was fair priced.
I personally would not purchase this curler again because I figured that I am willing to invest a bit more for something will last me for years and delivers better results.
This is cheap and works just fine on my lashes. Doesn't give them a weird crimp, just nice and curled up!
I keep my eyelash curler clean and try not to lose it. This way I don't go through so many. I've always come back to this one because it does the job and applying mascara holds the curl. I've tried others, but it doesn't get all of my lashes.
i love this eyelash curler, i have pin straight eyelashes and this does a great job curling them, with or without heat. its easy to clean and the foam thin is easy to remove and replace also i've made mine for such a long time and it hasnt malfunctioned in anyway shape or form
This is cheap and effective. It curls my long lashes beautifully and NO, it does not rip them off my eyes:S I rarely pinch my skin while using this eyelash curler. Try to curl your lashes before and after applying your mascara, the results will be amazing! A+
I use this eyery day and it works amazingly well on my hard to reach deep set eyes!
Rips my eyelashes out and hurts like hell. I hate this thing. I'm getting the Shiseido curler.
does not curl and even when i heat it up it takes way too long
and it pinches
and im allergic to the nickel in it so i'll be getting the gold shu umera curler
hopefully it will be better
but at least it was cheap
This is a review for the plain ol' stainless steel eyelash curler that looks just like the Shu Uemura curler for more coin. Newsflash: It works just like the Shu curler, too. I have both and I get identical results. Both curlers have the same width, the same curve and the same finish to the edges that meet your lashes. Both do a very good job of curling my medium-length Caucasian lashes. The Revlon one is much cheaper, readily available and often can be gotten with a Revlon discount. That's why it gets my vote. (BTW, if you already have a Shu curler, the Revlon replacement pads will fit it just fine.)
I'm always hearing about people complaning about their drugstore eye lash curler and how the pricer ones are better. Not for me, Revlon gives me the same results as the Shiseido eyelash curler. :]