Japonesque’s Power Eyelash Curler

This make-up bag must will have you batting your lashes.

No matter what eyelash curler you own — a Revlon cheapie or the Shu Uemura champion of coil — every three to six months, the curler’s pad will inevitably wear out and need to be replaced. Which is why the Power Curl by Japonesque is, as far as I’m concerned, the most overlooked, undervalued eyelash curler on the market. With rounded, silicone pads and a gentle arch, it easily stands up to the Shu Uemura—plus it comes with free replacement pads for life. Life. And by free, I don’t mean, “plus shipping charges.” We’re talking zero dollars and endless days of pristine lashes.

$19 at Ulta, 114 S. State St., 312-279-5081; or ulta.com

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1 year ago
Posted by lovelashes

~ Thanks for this great post!...
I am always looking for tips about eyelashes, mascara, as I have really such super straight lashes and when a curl lasts, my eyes look bigger and gorgeous..

I so love sharing with others about great products I have tried ~ The best ever`` eyelash curler I have ever found is the Hot Lashes eyelash curler, makeup Artist kit. Loved the reviews on Amazon and was impressed. There is also a site of the same name HotLashes.com.

This curler is exactly like the gold Shu Uemura curler with a great 24K gold plated curler and this small pink heater base. Keeps my straight lashes curling till the next day....and no crimp, only a curl..I so love this one and HTH~

1 year ago
Posted by lynno

Thanks for the tip! I tried a heated curler in the past and was not impressed (not to mention, nervous). I'm intrigued by this one, though! - Lynn

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