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Re: Eyelash curler

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@Mom2Dogs @haddon9 

 

  My straight lashes are really resistant to holding a curl too. 

So I've been experimenting and found that when I crimp down and hold it longer it helps.

I hold it there for a count of 20-30 and that helps it curl and stay a lot longer.

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I like Tweezerman the best but I wish I could find the replacement silicone strips.  Never tried Shushema (spelling??) but I see that brand gets a lot of good reviews.  I used to heat mine with my blowdryer and that works pretty well  Just do not get it too hot!!

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   I have a shiseido eyelash curler that works pretty well, they do curl better if I hold it down longer.

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@GingerHead  This is the one I have been using for years and it's been the best for me because it's also designed for those with deeper set eyes. I've tried the Shu one before and it was ok, but not as good as this one.

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@KittySoftPaws wrote:

@GingerHead  This is the one I have been using for years and it's been the best for me because it's also designed for those with deeper set eyes. I've tried the Shu one before and it was ok, but not as good as this one.


 

 

Yes, I agree it really works for my deeper set eyes better than any other I've tried...Smiley Happy

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Re: Eyelash curler

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Hi @Marebear54 

 

I use the Revlon version.  I had the Shu Emura and it is the favorite, but!  like the one someone pictured, it has that little lip at the top.  That made my lashes bend at the tips.  The Revlon doesn't have that. 

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I just use a plain old Maybelline one that I've had forever. I just replace the pads and that's it. 

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@GingerHead  - do you think this eyelash curler would work well for hooded eyes.  My eyes are deep-ish set but also hooded as I get older.

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@JudyL  I think so....it has a medium curvature that I find works really well and I think it would work for most people really.

I really like it, I have deep-ish set eyes, not hooded... it gets close to the base and never pinches.

The other more popular ones that both start with S's (I think) can't think of their names, didn't work for me. 

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