Maybelline • Maybelline eyelash curler • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||58%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This was the first eyelash curler I have ever purchased. It works really well! I can't remember if it came with a replacement pad or not, but if it did, I have no idea where it is. I haven't even had to purchase a replacement yet since it still works so well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is the only eyelash curler i have used so it's hard to compare to others. It does work well i have had it for years. Just hold the lashes and squeeze five times to get a good curl :)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Dark Hair: Brunette, Relaxed Eyes: Black
I love this eyelash curler! I had to use it before and after I put on mascara but it worked for me. I'm sorry that it didn't work for some people. And you can't beat the $5 price tag + the $5 refills. I think this will be my HG eyelash curler for now, I can't imagine paying $20 for one of these!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I eventually did spend $20 on a Shu Uemura, however I did want to give the Maybelline a try. I will say that this is the best drugstore/supermarket brand eyelash curler that I found. (Admittedly, I'm only comparing it with the Revlon I've used for too long and the Sonia Kashuk.) The main thing I like about it is that it doesn't pinch my eyelid like the other two did. The curl it gives gets all of my lashes, however it doesn't "lift" them as well as the Shu. In terms of lift, if the Shu were a "10", this Maybelline would be about a "6". The actual shape of the curler is smaller and more curved. I also like that there are replacement pads available for the curler; there are none available for the Shu.
There's really nothing special about this curler, but given the seemingly general mediocrity of non-HE eyelash curlers, that's special enough.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I was very skeptical when I had bought this product, because i usually love Maybelline products. However this eyelash curler was not the best for me, considering that have pin straight eyelashes. The eyelash curler ok okay in my opinion. The eyelash curler basically curled my lashes halfway. If someone had eyelashes with a little curl, this product would work for you.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
pretty good, i stopped using my old curler because i had no pads for it left so i started using this one. it curls very well, but if you have a very flat eye shape and are not very good at using eyelash curlers i wouldnt recommend. I have flat asian eyes but it works fine if youre good at using curlers. curls my outer lashes too, which i had problems doing with my old curler. im taking one star off because it crimps a little so i have to curl in a million places to make it look smoother.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Over the years, my tastes in cosmetics have dramatically changed, but the one thing that hasn't changed in my makeup bag is my eyelash curler. I love my trusty Maybelline curler. It does its job well and doesn't rip out lashes (unless you don't change the pads and are left with a crack in it). The replacement pads are cheap and easy to find, and if the curler is getting old, it's cheap and easy to replace as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
So I finally had to toss my Shisheido lash curler after having it for 5+ years...and being the cheap-o that I am I refused to spring for another 20+ dollar curler. So I got the tweezerman curler (which does NOT fit my eye well) and then this. This fits my asian (almond) eyes perfectly and gives my puny short lashes nice curl. It works just as well as my Shisheido one did. And it's essentially the same shape. I have no gripes about this. It's decently priced, and it doesn't pull lashes out. :D
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Despite what other MUArs said, I really like this product. If you use if properly, it gives your lashes amazing and natural-looking curl. It wasn't expensive, either. I got it for about $5.50 (US dollars). It does NOT rip your eyelashes out. In fact, I found it to be very gentle. Hovever, like all eyelash curlers, it will rip them out if you use it when you have mascara on (i haven't actually tried it with this product, but I'm assuming so). It has replacement pads that are easy to find, unlike my previous curler. I LOVE it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This product is OK. Not the best but definitely not the worst. I would buy it again if there was nothing else available. It does the job, but I would rather hold off and save my money for something better.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is my favorite eyelash curler! I have very long, stick straight eyelashes that do not hold a curl very well. However, this tool really curls it up nicely and naturally. All other curlers pinch my eyes and pull out lashes, but this one is definately quite large in size and length so it doesn't do that. If I could have only one beauty product, I would choose this one because it really opens up my eyes and makes me look more wide awake.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Does the job really well if you are young and have supple lashes...like I used to have. For some reason unknown to me my lashed simply do not curl anymore. Frustrating to say the least. No matter what I do from changing the foam pad to heating the curler...my lashes barely take or hold a curl. Like any curler this will pinch if used incorrectly but it did work well at one time, just no more. I'm exploring which curler to trade up to and will review it when I find one that can do the job on my over age 40 lashes.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
DOES THE JOB
wouldn't buy again just cause I never use it.. infact I'm swapping mine; come get it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Fine Eyes: Brown
I really like this curler. I hope in time, I can say I love it.
I used a Revlon curler for years till it broke. I replaced it with a Sonja Kashuk which was OK. Then I caught up in all the buzz about the Shu U. which did nothing. I don't know how or why but that curler just does not work for me. Getting frustrated, I tried MAC's curler. MAC's gives me bent lashes. Not curled. "L" shaped lashes are not pretty. I am returning that one.
Then I tried EOB curler which broke after I tested it. Once. Junk.
In a last ditch effort, I then bought Maybelline's Curler. This one gives me curl, not crimp. It doesn't pinch the corners of my lids. I get a nice even curl across my lids. So far so good. I will update in time if things go south but I think I have finally found a curler I like. Plus, they sell replacement pads! Bonus!
**update - While this still works well, I have found a curler I like better. It's an off brand, bought at TJ Maxx curler. You never know when your gonna find your HG!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
augh. crap product. It doesn't even "curl". this product just makes my lashes stick straight up. the worst part is, it pinches my eyelids and rips my lashes out!! don't buy this, not worth your money, or your eyelashes =[
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This product functions as it's suppose to. It's inexpensive; and it curls your eyelashes. I wouldn't mind curling it one or two times instead of three to four, but in the end, my eyelashes are curled ^^
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
No matter how long I hold this, I always get an L-shaped curve. I hate it! The only reason I'm giving this two lippies is that it has replacement pads and that it fits my Asian eyes nicely.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I used this curler for years before I realized that an L-shaped curve doesn't exactly look very natural. I also had lash breakage at the elbow of the L from time to time which looked really attractive...lol...I also noticed at times that the curler would yank on my lashes (OUCH). Another thing that bothered me was that the refill pads never seemed to stay in place very well, which was a pain to deal with. Yet I kept using this brand because it was my mom's brand. Then one day the curler broke and I couldn't find a Maybelline, so I got Revlon...from that day I switched for good...And recently I discovered the magical Shu Uemura curler which is absolutely the best. So no, I won't repurchase this, and I think if you're looking for a cheap curler, you're better off with Revlon Pro...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Black
I've never felt the need to have an eyelash curler that cost more than $10. I just need one that doesn't pinch my eyelids or pull out my lashes, and this gets the job done perfectly. It's softer than the Cover Girl curler I had, although I would prefer the rubber finger grips. It's a nice shape for me, it curls well--no creased lashes! And unlike my old CG curler, I don't LOSE lashes to this. I also like that I can get replacement pads instead of a whole new curler. This works just fine for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really like this eyelash curler. I curl my lashes several times from the base to the tip. There may be better eyelash curlers out there but this is the best for my budget. I like that I can buy replacement pads for it. It always seemed like such a waste to keep buying eyelash curlers when the only thing I needed was the pads. I have used many different brands of eyelash curlers including Covergirl, Revlon, and Max Factor. I also used the really cheap kind you can get at Wal-Mart. I like this one the best because it is easy to use (not hard to clamp down), it gives my lashes a nice curl, it is not expensive (should I need to replace it) and I can buy refills.