Sephora • Sephora Collection Eyelash Curler • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I like it better than my Shu Uemura curler.
There, I said it. I can't believe I would ever find a curler better suited for my eye than the Shu one but I found it, and for half the price too. I have mine in rose pink and I absolutely love the vibrant color. It catches my eye on my dresser and makes me reach out for it often. The tiny Shu one tugs on my lids but this doesn't at all. Also,this curled my lashes so much better and is a much better fit for my Asian eyelids. Stick straight eyelashes were curled all day, unlike my Shu which I have to press really hard on just to get half the result I get from this baby. I didnt know I had so many lashes!
Love! Would totally repurchase regardless of whether they sell replacement pads or not, in which this case, they don't.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I like the curler itself, but it really irks me that they don't sell replacement pads for it. I have tried some other pads that do fit it, but they don't work as well, and it's also principle for me. I don't like the idea of having to buy a brand new curler when the pad is no longer useable.
If you don't mind having to buy a new curler when the pad goes bad, the curler itself is decent. I have small eyes and it seems to fit them well. It does crimp if you don't make more than one clamp up the lashes, but I think all curlers do that. It also comes in pretty colors.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love, love, love this eyelash curler. Coupled with my favourite mascara (CoverGirl Clump Crusher) it gives me amazing, fanned out, long lashes that I can't get without the help! And blue is my favourite colour, :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I have an embarrassing confession to make: I have been wearing makeup for over 30 years and have never used an eyelash curler. Alas, in my middle age, my lashes are becoming sparser which makes it more difficult to apply mascara.
I decided that I would set aside my fears of pinching and pulling and give this a try. What the what? My lashes looked great after one coat of mascara! I didn't have to struggle to get at those teeny, tiny almost invisible lashes in the inner corner of my eyes. Wow.
I did pinch myself once. I pushed the curler too close to my eye and pinched my eyelid. My bad.
Why did I live this long without an eyelash curler? WHY?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I got this for free, and i LOVE IT. i love the rubberized grips, love how well it curls my lashes, i even love how it looks (i guess the gold is kind of tacky, but whatever, this is great).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Bought the orange Pantone Collection Sephora eyelash curler on sale for $5 yesterday! And it is amazing! I have gone through 3 ELF curlers in the past month, and this is definitely welcomed!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have had this curler for almost five months. I have tried quite a few but this is the one I ended up keeping. I was in Sephora and was asking for a good lash curler for me since I have very short and straight lashes, the person working there suggested this because of the price and at the time they had an array of colors to choose from. So I admit I purchased it first only because I thought it was so cute (I chose the hot pink one), but little did I know I would end up using this and tossing the other ones I had been using out. This curler does the trick for me. It holds a curl really well, the only time it doesn't and I need to recurl is when I use a really bad mascara that straightens my lashes out. Other than that, I have no complaints so far. It doesn't hurt or pinch my lashes since they are so short. They have a bunch of colors for you to choose from, it doesn't cost much I got it for $16, and it comes with two pads to change so I think I got great value for my money. Not to mention its really easy to clean and sanitize. So overall, until I find a better lash curler (I will update this review if I do), I am sticking to this and definitely going to repurchase if needed.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Dark Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
I'm really surprised that there aren't more reviews of this eyelash curler since Sephora has been selling it for a while.
Iím allergic to nickel and have been since my early teens. I avoid all costume jewelry, watch bands, etc. that arenít marked hypoallergenic or nickel free. Iíve been able to use a Revlon eyelash curler for 20 years without a problem. Then about a year ago, my eyelids started to become seriously inflamed every time I wore eye makeup. I thought I was allergic to an ingredient in the makeup itself, so I spent quite a bit of money trying to replace all my existing eye makeup with paraben-free, natural makeup. I even bought a new Tarte eyelash curler. Yet I was still plagued by eyelid inflammation. I read online that nickel sensitive folks can react to eyelash curlers, but it seemed so farfetched to me because the curler only touches my skin for a few seconds.
Finally in desperation, I decided to stop using my eyelash curler. Within a week or two, my eyelids returned to normal. Since then, Iíve stopped using eyelash curlers all together, but I missed the effect of using a metal eyelash curler (the plastic ones just arenít as good). I did some research online and found the Sephora brand curler. (I couldn't get a straight answer on whether the Shu or Shiseido curlers contained nickel.) Although the actual packaging doesnít say so, the description on Sephora.com clearly states that the eyelash curler is made of stainless steel. ďStainless steelĒ can contain up to 10% nickel but the nickel is less likely to leach out. Still, if you are hypersensitive to nickel (for instance, if you canít use stainless steel cookware), then you could react to this curler.
Iíve used this eyelash curler for several weeks now and I have experienced no reaction whatsoever (I usually react within a few hours). Iím ready to turn cartwheels from joy!
The fact that this eyelash curler doesnít cause a reaction would be enough for me to give it 5 stars. However, Iíve been pleasantly surprised by how well it actually curls my lashes. I like the rubberized finger holes which make it easy to grip, and all of my lashes fit into this curler better than they do in the Tarte or Revlon curlers. I havenít experienced any pinching either, but I think that may be because this curler is well suited to the shape of my eye. Best of all, my eyelashes stay curled all dayóeven without mascaraóI can see the difference clearly since Iíve only been curling the lashes on my right eye.
Iíll certainly update this review if I develop an allergic reaction to this curler too. Unfortunately, allergies are tricky buggers that can crop up at any time. I hope this will be useful to others suffering from eyelash curler allergies, as there are few good alternatives available.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
So after almost 6 years together my trusty Revlon eyelash curler finally busted and I decided to buy a new one instead of sending my old one in to get fixed. I was in Sephora and despite the price tag of $16 (I know Shiseido's is even MORE expensive, but $16?!?!) I bought the Sephora Collection Eyelash Curler in Black. It's OK and maybe I'm just too used to my Revlon curler but I just canNOT get this one to work satisfactorily enough for me even after 2 weeks.
It was unwieldy at first and I kept getting the curler too close to my eye and pinching my eyelid! A a problem I NEVER had with my Revlon eyelash curler. Then when I got the hang of coming out a bit, I ended up with "bent" lashes, again, a problem I never had before. I'm finally getting the hang of it but I still have to use both hands to squeeze this closed...I don't know, maybe I'm squeezing too hard but nothing happens at all even if I squeeze it softly and leave it for a few seconds to try to "set" the curl.
At this point I'm not sure WHAT I'm doing wrong with this curler but I still end up with weird bent lashes that just stick up instead of curving up even though I'm trying my best to not squeeze so tightly and curl my lashes in sections.
Anyway, I'm giving this one more week and if it still doesn't work for me off to swap it goes and back to Revlon I go!!!!