Today's post is directed towards reviewing a heated eyelash curler, when I posted a picture of a heated eyelash curler I got many comments freaking out about this device, wondering if it would burn, cause your eyelashes to fall, how it works.. etc
Well I've used it around three times now, which I think for an eyelash curler is a good time to judge
Let me just make this quick:
Don't get it. First off, it takes a much longer time to curl every eye, on the instructions it said to turn it on after you've inserted a battery and wait until the green light turns white, the green light never turned white. Even though I've kept it on for much longer than they said it would take.
Anyway, the wand gets hot, it doesn't get that heated that it would burn your skin on the first second it touches it, it just gets hot.
It's more difficult to use than a normal eyelash curler because it doesn't grasp your lashes, you just gotta press it on them to bend them, and I found that a bit tricky.
It doesn't even curl better than a normal eyelash curler, I found they both curl the same (if anything normal curlers curl better).
I think the only thing that this eyelash curler wins at is your eyelashes stay curled for a longer time, because heat is involved. Otherwise, your normal eyelash curler is less time consuming, easier to use, works better & less expensive.
After all, I follow so many make-up artists, all whom never use heated eye lash curlers or carry them in their kit, think about it, if it's not something that stars on the runaway who get photographed all the time would bother with, why would the normal every day girl? You shouldn't, I think it's just another gimmick to get women to spend.