Tweezerman • Deluxe Eyelash Curler - metal • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||88%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Wow! Just wow! An eyelash curler that actually curls my lashes rather than crimp them or leave my lashes stick straight has been as elusive to me as Bigfoot. It's something that I've heard existed but never saw with my own eyes. Until this eyelash curler that is. It curled my lashes beautifully and painlessly since it fit my eye so well. And....you can use it on your lashes after applying mascara (as long as it's dry) to hold the curl and no sticking! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I thought it was a bit pricey for a drugstore curler at $12, but it is well worth it. It came with 3 (that's right, 3!) replacement pads. So with 4 total pads that need to be replaced every 3 months, that's a full years use for $12! That's a bargain. I can't praise this eyelash curler enough. I will definitely be repurchasing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
When I first used this eyelash curler, I could think only of one word:Yes!
This curler has managed to score in every single category: Frame shape-much flatter than most drugstore ones-flat enough to fit the majority of my lashline without pinching. Did it fir every single lash of mine? No, there were a couple of lashes in the very back of my eye that didn't make the cut .However, I doubt I will ever find an eyelash curler to to fit all my lashes unless it's custom made for my eye shape; which happens to be very slanted. To solve this problem, I curl the lashes in the back of my lashline at an angle. This curler also provides an actual curl, and not that crimping that some other curlers give, and finally, that curl just lasts. Half an hour later, I found myself touching my lashes to check if maybe this lash curler was heated. And when it comes w/ two spare refills and a lash comb for 12 dollars, who's to complain?
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have tried SO many different brand eyelash curlers including Revlon and had literally no result AT ALL. The only curler that actually made a difference was this crappy drug store brand curler which crimped my eyelashes rather than curl them. Very unnatural looking. When I bought the Tweezerman Deluxe Eyelash curler I was intimidated by the price. 15 dollars or in that range. But I bought it anyway because of the good reviews. I never thought it was possible to love a cosmetic tool so much.. SERIOUSLY. It gave me the exact curl that I've been looking for for so long. So refreshing to find something like this that actually works! My eyelashes are naturally very, VERY straight and stubborn but when I use this I look like I have naturally curly lashes which is so hard to come by. Barely even need mascara! This curler is a miracle. Thank you, Tweezerman. :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Grey
This is the best eyelash curler I have ever purchased. Before this, I only bought the usual cheap ones at the drugstore, the ones that were a few dollars.
The tweezerman is something like 3 times the price of those cheap ones but it's a million times better at curling my lashes.
It was so much better that I was really actually astonished by the difference the first time I used it!
I will never buy anything but tweezerman from now on. Although, it came with several refills of the rubber portion so I would imagine it will be a long time before I need to repurchase at all.
Ladies, do your lashes a favor and get this eyelash curler!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Coming from someone who can't leave the house without curled eyelashes, this is my go-to curler. When I first got it I'll admit that I wasn't immediately sold, but after I got the hang of using it (medium pressure, getting just the right angle, etc.), I can't live without it. It comes with THREE(!) refil pads, and I've had it a while now, never needing any of them.
Worth every penny.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This is the best eyelash curler I have ever used! Other lash curlers would haphazardly bend my lashes, or would take multiple pressings to work. I use this baby once for each eye, clamping down and tilting back, and voila! Perfect, Megan Fox lashes. Couldn't live without it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this curler!! I went out searching for it, thanks to the great reviews on MUA. I was only able to find the "Deluxe" Eyelash curler with the blue pads at CVS for $12.99, although the "Classic" Eyelash curler with the purple pads is readily available. This curler is able to get all my top lashes at once and curls them beautifully. No pinching at all (had a lot of pinching with my Shiseido if I wasn't super careful). So far I have only used this on my naked eyelashes. But it works wonderfully.
Update: After a few uses I notice my eyelashes come out on the curler :( So although it does curl them nicely with moderate pressure, I am going to stick with my Sally's B-Beaute Eyelash Curler, which not only fits my eye-shape perfectly, but does a fantastic job. Too bad because I usually really like Tweezerman products.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
This is a fab eye-lash curler :) It's not mega-cheap but it does come with I think 3 refill pads so it's very good value. The curler's really easy to hold and use; I've had no trouble pinching my eyelids or the pad coming out. The last couple of non-Tweezerman curlers I had often put a weird almost 90 degree kink in my lashes, but the Tweezerman curlers just create a lovely smooth natural-looking curve. Love it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
My lashes are okay without a lash curler but with a curler, WOW! They really stand out and make my eyes pop. When I was under the illusion that all lash curlers were created equally, I picked one up from a dollar store and promptly got pinched, had an ugly crease and had some lashes ripped out. I tried a metal one from Revlon and was happy with the results. A few years ago for Christmas, I was given a Sephora gift card and decided to get a SE lash curler. What a huge letdown. It was no different from the Revlon curler. Well, there was a difference; the price. Since I had purchased the SE curler, I wasn't getting rid of it until it fell apart. Well, I left it in my ex's car when we broke up about 8 months ago. Since I would rather shove a hot poker in my nose than talk to him, I decided to cut my losses. I haven't gotten around or cared much to get another curler. Now that I have snapped out of the break up blues, I give a hoot about what I look like again and am back on the prowl. I was in Walgreens earlier this week and bought this Tweezerman curler. I have had good luck with their products in the past and gave it a shot. WOW, JUST WOW!! This curler is better than the SE curler. It doesn't pinch me, it gets every lash, has three refill silicone pads and the pads are light blue which makes it very easy to see darker lashes. Sometimes the mid priced items blow the expensive items out of the water. This is the case for me with this curler. Tweezerman's lifetime guarantee is pretty sweet as well. They really do honor that. They have replaced brow tweezers before.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
this is suuccchhh an awesome eyelash curler! I am dead serious. I forgot how much, however. Purchasing this, I got a lot of refills! Like.. 3 or 5? It was awesome! It curls amazingly, gets all the lashes and is soo easyto use. Seriously, get this noww!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I have been a dedicated Japonesque or Shu Eumura lash curler girl. I have long lashes, but not so thick so I need the curl to make them more dramatic. My dog decided to chew on my SE curler and being somewhat more "budget sensitive" than in past years..i headed for CVS instead of Sephora. This curler was $11.....and does a fantastic job, like another reviewer I do like the light colored curler pads, I can see if my lashes are straight in the curler.....It also does not live that "crimped" effect some other curlers do. Very pleased!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I am dismayed to see that so many reviewers LOVE this curler and feel like I must be doing something wrong! I have used other (Revlon, etc.) in the past without problems.
a. the little blue pad continually falls out. I thought maybe I had it in upside down, but that's not it.
b. my eyes don't LOOK odd-shaped, but this curler pulls and pinches like no other curler I've used. I really have to work to keep it out toward the ends of my lashes so I don't yank them all out.
c. the refills are what sold me (along with the fact that I have owned other Tweezerman products that were great) but there is no place to store them without saving the packaging. I ended up putting them in a tiny little zip-loc bag which surely will get lost.
I just don't know about this tool. I hate that I have to give up, but unless someone has a tip on using it, it's is not for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This eyelash curler is great! I bought this at CVS for $11.99. I used to use the metal eyelash curler by Revlon, but my eyelashes would get caught in it and rip out (OUCH) so it was time for a change. I bought this one because it had 3 refills (yay!) and had a wide opening to fit all my lashes in. It was quite comfortable too and didn't pull any lashes out. I had a great curl and made my eyes pop. Great buy!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This curls beautifully! The curl is dramatic and lasts all day. The shape fits my eye well and get every lash. I got it really cheap for like $9 at Nordstrom rack. Such a steal and is comparable to the Shu Uemura eyelash curler. I can't stand that I have nowhere to store the extra pads though.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
I needed to replace my Shu Uemura curler and decided to try the deluxe curler from theTweezerman brand. Found it at good ole CVS for $11.99. It comes with 3 additional refill pads and they are light sky blue color, which I think is so good if you have dark colored lashes. It helps to see if you have dark lashes when you are curling. This curler fit my eye shape so much better than the Shu one. The curler is a touch more wider and doesn't pinch at the ends. I think the Shu curler is ideal if you have small hooded set eyes. Its made in Japan and the metal feels sturdier than the Shu but weighs the same. I compared the Tweezerman Deluxe side by side with the Shu and all of the construction is exactly the same except the Tweezerman one is 1/4 inch taller from the handle up and the handles are set apart more so your fingers don't get caught up when you squeeze.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I really love curled, dramatic lashes. i used to just get revlon's lash curler for abut 5 dollars ( i'm cheap!) but the pad kept falling out and it crimped my lashes so when i saw this one at pharmasave for 10 it was a bit of a splurge but i figured it was alot cheaper than others out there and if it worked well it would save me in the long run. I was not disapointed it works so much better than any other drugstore curler and it doesn't crimp my lashes at all. it's definitley a great deal and i will buy it again if i need to but it seems very durable
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I found reviews for a plastic Tweezerman Delux curler, but this is for the metal Deluxe curler with light blue pads.
I left town without my Kevin Aucoin curler and didn't have a Sephora anywhere near where I was, so I found myself in Walgreens attempting to find a decent curler. I've never had any luck at all with DS curlers until I found this one! The pads looked nice and curved -- like they'd curl my lashes, not bend them -- so I decided to try it and I am so glad I did. I've been using this every day since.
It was $11.99, which is high for a DS curler, but it comes with 3 refill pads. I heat it up a little bit with the hairdryer, start curling at the roots and work my way to the ends. It does a beautiful job.