Handle comfortable to hold?
I'm trying the Shu curler and while it's working much better than my cheapo e.l.f. one from before (which pinched if I wasn't careful), the handle is near impossible to hold comfortably. As in, it hurts to hold and I'm always afraid of it slipping down my fingers as I'm curling. In fact, it HAS slipped and yanked out an eyelash, which really hurt. That's never happened before with e.l.f.'s and tarte's curlers (I gave tarte's a try but it didn't reach my outer lashes). I'm incredibly disappointed with having spent so much money on the "holy grail" of eyelash curlers.
How does Sephora's compare to Shu's in terms of quality and curling? Does it work well for somewhat rounded, largish Asian eyes? Is it comfortable to hold and easy to use?
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
on Eyelash Curler
When you say Shu - are you referring to SHu Uemura? Shu Uemura's is far more comfortable to hold and far more effectove at curling lashes. Sephora's is too tight on fingers (and I ave petite fingers!) and did not curl effectively. Shu Uemura's does pinc the lashes ocasionally, whicgh Sephora's didnt. However,
answered 8 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
I really like this one - the pink. They curl all my lashes - I also had that problem you were having about the end lashes.
It doesn't even come close to comparing to the Shu eyelash curler! Stick with what you have...there is nothing better!
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
used shu uemura, shiseido before & recently bought sephora's. it works totally fine comparing to the others.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
Im not sure how it works compared to the curler you have since i havent used one but i love this curler so much, many of my friends with different shaped eyes have used it and said it was the best one, It really curls your lashes, and they stay all day for me, i hope this helped.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago