I’m a diehard Shu Eyelash Curler kind of girl but I purchased the Inglot Eyelash Curler ($19) and decided to cheat a little on my beloved Shu. P.S. Inglot turned out ok but I’m still a Shu girl after all was said and done.
The Inglot Eyelash Curler takes a bit getting used to. I’m probably the weirdest person in the world when it comes to eyelash curlers because I’ve somehow attached myself to Shu’s curler and I just hate on everything else I try or I try something else, like it, but still go back to Shu. Heck there are any number of curlers I’ve loved in the past like the Koji Japan Makeup Curving Eyelash Curler which some days of my life I feel like I can’t do without! But I tend to go back to Shu most days!
Inglot’s lash curler is actually identically sizes to the Shu version. It has a medium-size cage with perfectly sized handles. The lash pad is a little denser compared to Shu’s but aside from the designs are similar. I find I have a good grip on the curler and the cage fits my eye perfectly. I actually had to break in the lash paid though because the density wasn’t giving my lashes a good curl without a pinch. Actually at first try I felt like I was ripping lashes out versus curling them. It takes a little time to break this guy in but once you do you’ll be happy with the results. After a few uses, I was right on target curling my lashes with ease and absolutely no pinch. This pulled them upwards, outward, and up for a nice fluttery finish.
It takes some getting used to but the Inglot Eyelash Curler performed nicely. Will it replace my Shu? Probably not! But I never claimed I wasn’t a complete creature of habit 🙂
What’s your favorite lash curler?
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