great quality, perfect for my asian eyes
July 13, 2019
I can't believe I went this long dealing with my crappy American eyelash curler made for eyes that weren't mine. I was kind of skeptical because I really didn't want to spend a bunch of money on an eyelash curler of all things. But now that I've experienced this, I'm kicking myself for not buying it sooner.
First off, I'm half-asian, so my eyes are small, slanted, and less curved than your average caucasian eye. I've been using this Revlon eyelash curler to curly my lashes for the passed couple months and it was pretty frustrating. I had to basically press the curler into my eye so that it'd get all my lashes, which was impossible due to my eye shape. That'd not only mess up my eye make up, but also hurt really bad. Because I'd had to get so close to my eye lid to get all my lashes, sometimes it'd pinch my lid which hurt really bad. It wouldn't even curl my lashes properly either! I dealt with all this because "beauty is pain."
If this sounds like you, then please. Heed my advice. Don't torture your poor precious little lashes like that.
When I first got this, I was like "Wow, it's so tiny." Tiny, but mighty. When I first used it and I saw all my lashes perfectly curled without having to stab my eye socket or pinch my eye lids, angels started singing from the heavens. My skin was cleared. My crops were watered. My village was saved.
This curler is such nice quality, all jokes aside. While yes, using the right curler for your eye shape is a no brainer, the quality of the curler also plays into this. It spreads my lashes evenly without clumping them together. It's smooth and easy to squeeze, even with my shaky hands. It's super gentle on your lashes but still lifts them nicely. I'm in love.