Japonesque • Ergo-Grip Eyelash Curler • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||12%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I purchased this thinking that I was safe because of the brand reputation. I was very disappointed because the part of the curler that angles in close to your face (not the curler itself, but the angled part a little beneath it) is made with a very rough finish and it actually hurt when it touched my face, which made curling my eyelashes very unpleasant. I have since purchased the Japonesque Power Curl one, which is a totally different design, and I am very satisfied with it.
I have my receipt and I will be returning this to Ulta.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
When I first tried this I wanted to return it! Compared to my old Tweezerman eyelash curler I felt like this was made of cheap material or something. I never got around to return it so I just kept it. After using it for a while this eyelash curler wasn't too bad. What set this apart from my Tweezerman eyelasher curler is that this one is softer and more gentle (the lash padding). But when you clapse it to curl you have to hold it for a longer time..like about 30 seconds..which is probably why I thought it was made of cheap material when I used it the first time...but if you don't mind holding it for a longer time it's not that bad...lol.
Edit: I'm taking a lippy off because it ended up breaking!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This awful, it doesn't curl your eye lashes, it pinches your eyelid instead, wich is not good, being Japonesque product this i horrible.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Japonesque has some good/great beauty tools in their line. BUT, this is definitely a "MISS" on their part. It looks easy enough to use but when tried it's terribly misleading, and it pinched my eyelid area every time I tried to successfully use this tool. Someone in the design department fell asleep on the "job" on this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have read so many great thing about Japonesque products on this site and so when I found their selection at Ulta yesterday, I was quite excited. When I found the Ergo curler, it looked like a good design and the back of the box stated that the rounded pad would create a nice curl rather than a crimp. Sounds good to me....Until I tried it today and let me tell you, I was quite disappointed. It barely curled my lashes and I felt I had to squeeze quite hard to get any curl at all. I am giving this one lippe because the design is nice and the locking grip is a good idea to help maintain the curler grip but alas it sadly does not live up to its purpose. I will be taking this back to Ulta for sure.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is the worst eyelash curler I've ever used. It doesn't do a good curling and when I tried to press harder, the top broke. I was quite shocked by it and it hit my eyebrow area and left a mark. I thought this is a reputable company and was quite surprised by how bad the quality of the product was. Totally not what I had expected.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Silver Eyes: Brown
I am not Asian, but I have very straight, hard to curl lashes. I bought this at Ricky's in New York City for 12 dollars with great hopes. It crimps a very small section of lashes at a time which I hoped would allow me to get at the lashes on the outside of my eyes. It crimps, but the crimp does not hold and it is very difficult to use across the whole eye as it takes three or four tries to get each section. Not worth the extra cost. So far, my best experience has been to use a cheap drug store curler, and run it under hot water for a minute, dry it off and use it on my lashes as a heater that doesn't hurt. Then use mascara, then use clear brow/lash holder, then use the curler again. It takes a while, but the curl will hold for a few hours that way.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
HORRIBLE! Ok, I freely admit that I was drawn to this eyelash curler because of the unique design. However, it is this unique grip that prevents you from really squeezing the ends together to get a curl in the lashes. This just simply do not work. I paid about $13 for them and I returned them. I've tried other Japonesque products that I liked so I was VERY disappointed with this eyelash curler.