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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Shu Uemura vs Tweezerman Eyelash Curler

Curling the eyelashes is one simple thing you can do to make a big difference for your eyes. Besides opening up the look of your eyes, curling also can make the lashes look much longer, even without mascara.

Eyelash Curler by Shu Uemura
Perfectly measured and finely balanced, the Shu Uemura 24K Gold Eyelash Curler is designed to ensure superior functionality and performance. The silicone pad in a “mushroom” shape provides a protective, stay-put edge for safety and optimum curl. The patented hinge is specifically engineered to apply the perfect amount of pressure on eyelashes. The calculated shape, size of frame length, and ergonomic handles ensure stability and control, while the curved angle suits all eye shapes. Comes with one refill pad.
(Also available in chrome color).
This is the curler the industry has used as the standard for the best lash curler for years.

ProCurl Lash Curler by Tweezerman
Ergonomically designed with pinch-proof precision, the narrower top bar is curved to fit most eye-shapes. The doubled-body design and contoured finger loops provide ultimate strength for comfortable, easy curling. The thick, rounded silicone pad won’t stick and ensures always-intense curl without ever creasing lashes. Stylish and distinctive in rose gold with black pad. Three replacement pads included.

Tips for curling your lashes:
Hold the eyelash curler positioning the upper frame on your upper lashes pushing the flesh of the eyelid back with the curler, and then carefully close the lower frame holding your upper lashes between both frames. Hold to the count of three. Open gently. If their not curled enough go back and repeat.
Always curl lashes first before applying mascara. Purchase a new lash curler every 12 months for optimum performance.

The consensus seems to be that although the Tweezerman is very good, nothing beats the Shu Uemura for a lasting curl.

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