I need a hero I’m holding on for a hero ‘til the end of the night!
He’s gotta be strong!
And he’s gotta be fast!
And he’s gotta be fresh from the fight!
I need a hero I’m holding on for a hero ‘til the morning light!
He’s gotta be sure!
And it’s gotta be soon!
And he’s gotta be larger than life!
And he better curl my lashes up right…..that’s more important than all that strong, fast, larger than life stuff.
Shu Uemura is exiting the US market shortly and the only way you’ll be able to snatch up your beloved favorites is online. If you’re not an online shopper, you’re out of luck my dears. Speaking of Shu, my favorite Shu product by far, evers, is the Shu Uemura Curler. Tis the Cadillac of all curlers in my humblest opinion. Of course, it has that one very nasty little downfall of not having refills available once you finish the two it comes with grrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
No worries, check out the Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler, mind you its not the Cadillac of curlers but it could pass for a suped up BMW.
What is it?
A fancy fabulous rose gold eye lash curler to create long, fluttering lashes!
Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler grasps lashes from the roots and creates longer, fuller, curlier lashes in one go. The curler has a thick set pad so it cushions lashes well as it curls. The wide opening allows for coverage of every lash and is ideal for any eye type including Asian. Overall, it performs quite good with a few minor quirks. The curler itself is very attractive as instead of gold they embraced a rose gold design, very elegant and pretty! The handles are a little longer than Shu’s and it feels very comfortable when I’m using it due to this. Oh hey, did I mention it comes with a ton of replacement pads?
I like the longer handle and it fits my hand very comfortably but its a tad stiff first few uses so it doesn’t open and close as easily or loosely as I’m accustomed too. I do have to be a extra careful when using it as the reflection of the gold makes it difficult to see if I’m grasping my lashes correctly or not.
Who might like it?
- Anyone who wants an easy to locate curler (it can be purchased online at Tweezerman, or at Sephora, or major drugstores such as Walgreens).
- Anyone who wants a curler that has refills available (Shu does not offer this option which I find absurd).
- Anyone who wants longer, full lashes!
Who might not like it?
- Anyone who’s unwilling to pay $20 for a lash curler.
I found it a little disappointing that it was actually a $1 more than Shu’s version however you can purchase one of their regular curlers for way less than a Shu one ranging in prices from $9-$12.50, its just the gold pro version that’s a little costly. I love the idea of owning a curler that I can get refills for and that makes this a great pick because really spending $19 on Shu’s and not having the ability to purchase something as simple as refills is a tad silly (Yes, I know Shiseido’s fits the Shu but its still absurd I can’t buy original Shu ones). It beats out Shu in terms of elegance as I find the rose gold way more attractive than Shu’s regular LE gold curler.
All in all if you’re searching for a professional series curler that’s both functional and beautiful I’d say check out the Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler.
Anyone a Tweezerman Curler user already?
Share your review!
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