Tweezerman • Eyelash Curler • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is my second tweezerman eye lash curler and probably my last. I was pretty happy with the first one I had and would probably still be using it if I hadn't accidentally left it behind in a hotel room. The shape of it fit my eye pretty well, it did a good job at curling my lashes and didn't pinch. But this time? Wow is it hard to use without pinching myself. I don't know if the curler I had before was a different model or what, but with this one it's tricky for me to get at the base of my lashes without getting some of the skin of my lid in there too. I'm hardly a novice when it comes to using a lash curler. I've curled my lashes with one nearly every day for the past 10-15 years, and I can do it without a mirror most of the time. But with this curler I find myself needing to hold the mirror close up as I'm using it so I can make sure it's positioned correctly and then slooooowly slide the clamp shut so that I can (hopefully!) feel the beginnings of the pinch and stop before I accidentally hurt myself.
Now can I get good results with this curler? Sure. If I'm slow and careful, I can get a very pretty curl. But that's not enough to make me want to keep it. I don't want to worry about pinching myself on mornings when I'm too tired or too much in a hurry to devote more than 30 seconds and half of my attention to curling my lashes.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
For years and years I followed the crowd and magazine recommendations that Shu Uemura had the best eye lash curler. I thought it ridiculous the cost of that eye lash curler. I also thought it worse that it came with one refill pad and then you had to throw the eye lash curler away and buy a new one. When Shu Uemura stopped being easily available at Sephora I searched for a new eye lash curler and tried several expensive brands (each eye lash curler was $20-$25). None of them blew me away with their curling abilities. One day I bought a Tweezerman eye lash curler for $12 at the drugstore. It came with more than one refill pad. This eye lash curler is just as good as Shu Uemura plus it doesn't have to be quickly replaced with a new one. I just bought a package with 4 more refill pads. I have been using the same Tweezerman eye lash curler for over 2 years and it still curls my eye lashes perfectly. When the eye lash curler stops curling my eye lashes I will definitely replace it with another Tweezerman.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I can never justify paying $20 or more for an eyelash curler, but I don't want the cheapest one either. I settled for this one. It is actually a really nice tool! It curls my lashes -- if I want more of a curl, I will heat the curler with the blow dryer for a few seconds. It doesn't pinch my lashes and it comes with -- I think -- 2 refill pads. I would definitely purchase this again!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I bought this to replace my Elf curler. This is perfect for my small eyes! Really happy with this purchase :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I love this eyelash curler. Before I was using the Shu Uemura version and while that one was good, this one did just as good but for a cheaper price. Another bonus: Tweezerman actually sells refill rubber pads so that way you can keep your eyelash curler longer. Shu's only came with one replacement and that would mean you would have to replace every year. Also, the one I bought came with 4 replaceable pads so that was even better. I hope Tweezerman does not faze this out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I like this eyelash curler. It came with three extra pads, four total including the one already on it. Mine also came with an excellent eyelash comb that has metal teeth instead of plastic. Very effective. As for the curler itself, the size and shape of the part where you put your lashes actually allows you to fit all of your lashes in width-wise AND get close to the root without pinching the crap out of your lid! So I was sold immediately on that. It gives a natural-looking curl and doesn't make a hard line. Makes my lashes look super long. I think the only thing I would change about it is that there isn't any sort of padding on the handles so its uncomfortable on my fingers when I squeeze. But altogether I am happy with this purchase!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I like this eyelash curler. This was my first experiment with eyelash curlers. I decided to buy one on a whim because I have crazy corner eyelashes which grow in about six different directions. This was my attempt to get them all to curl up and not go into the corner of my eye. This eyelash curler was easy enough to use. I did not hurt myself and I liked the effect that the curler produced. The only thing I noticed was that if you do not immediately apply mascara, the lashes tend to uncurl a little bit.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
pros: it came with 3...3! replacement pads.
cons: took forever to curl my lashes. 5+ times to make a curl. =(
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is the best curler I have ever used. It holds my eyelashes curl and I love it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
My Revlon eyelash curler gave it up after about 10yrs of use so I repurchased a Revlon. It broke within 2 months. Strange. I've heard all the hype about expensive eyelash curlers from She Umeura and Chanel...but really, I just couldn't spend 20 dollars on this. Tweezerman has a good reputation and it was 12 dollars, twice as much as the Revlon but comes with 4 silicone pads. Anyways, all that said, this works wonderfully for me. I have good lashes and this makes them look amazing. It is difficult, I agree, to figure out how to get them through such a small opening, but once that is figured out, it works really well. REALLY well :))