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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Battle of the Eyelash Curlers

 
IT'S ZE BATTLE OF THE DECADE! THE CENTURY! OF THE MILLENNIUM! Meh it's just a battle of my most trusted eyelash curlers, my KOJI Curving Eyelash Curler and my Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler. I honestly don't have a 'better' favorite among the two, but the two have different strengths and weaknesses, which I'll be discussing shortly.


Okay, Im'ma start with my KOJI eyelash curler. I got it for 118 HKD (approximately 780 pesos) from a SaSa store in Hong Kong almost 4 years ago. 


The key feature of this curler is that its band is curved downwards, so it's shaped like the contour of our lashline. 


I have no idea why, but the handles of this eyelash curler are more comfy on my right hand than on my left hand. Not sure if it's because I'm not a lefty or that the product is just manufactured with right handed people as the market. 



The great thing about this curler is that its curved shape allows you to get all the eyelashes in one go. It's also really comfy to use, and doesn't feel straining on the lashline. 


And these are the other photos... 



And this is my Shu Uemura eyelash curler. I just found it at home actually XD Mom must've bought it, and as far as I know it's about 1000+ pesos. 


I know Asians are raving about this product, and it's obvious why. The curling power is good, and it curls the eyelashes fast. 


The handle is more comfortable to handle than KOJI's handle, and both my hands work well with this curler's handles...


But comfort wise, KOJI is more comfortable, and gets more eyelashes in one go than this one. 



But I guess it works for more people as it's more popular. And here are the other photos... 




So I also have the video to show you the evidence... Anyways, tell me in the comments on which eyelash curler you like more!

Lotsa Love,










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