You've probably heard of this eyelash curler before since it's one of the most popular ones and people compare it with the eyelash curler from Shu Uemura. It's the Koji eyelash curler no. 71. I've been using this curler for more than 6 months and I totally love it! It's my favorite one and the price is so much lower than the one from Shu Uemura. Continue with reading if you're interested.
Give your lashes the professional look with a curler that adds dimension and depth to your eyes. The top band is 33mm in width and 18mm radius which fits most people's eyelids, even suitable for Asian eyes. It won't crease, tug or pull lashes. It includes one refill pad. This product is highly recommended by the famous TV show “WQueen”.
Price and Where to buy?
I bought it a while ago at Sasa.com and it's only €5.30! So cheap compared to the Shu Uemura one =.=" which is around $20 (OMG EXPENSIVE)!
Have you noticed it? LOL! Yes... the English text has an incorrect spelling xD! LOL, so wrong! And it's NOT a fake product since I've bought it at SASA. I think it's stupid because they can just copy and paste it on Word to check the spelling before they print their product packaging out T__T". Anyways, the packaging does looks nice overall. It's from plastic and it's light weighted and easy to store :).
Curl your lashes BEFORE you apply mascara, don't curl it after since your eyelashes can break. Curl your lashes and squeeze your curler 3-4 times. Do not squeeze too hard in avoiding breaking or bending your lashes.
Lol the picture below looks so silly. Anyways, I just love this curler! I haven't experienced any pinching at my eyelids, no broken lashes or making my lashes look like a L-shape. It suits my eye shape perfectly :)! I have monolids which pushes my lashes down and this curler really lifts my lashes. The curler is easy to clean, is sturdy and gives you full control while holding it. The price is very reasonable as well. I definitely recommend this curler to people with Asian eyes ^^.
- Inexpensive curler
- Suitable for Asian eyes
- Easy to clean
- Holds the curl
- No broken lashes
- Doesn't give my lashes a L-shape
- The short handle gives you full control
- Hard to get since not many stores are selling it
- Refill pads are hard to get
- Not suitable for all eye shapes
My eyelashes are so short and because of my monolids you can barely see it in the picture below =(.
> KOJI No.70 Eyelash Curler Standard Curve: The standard type of Koji Eyelash Curler series. The top band with 33mm in width and 18mm radius fits most people's eyelids. Can be bought at sasa.com.
> KOJI No.71 Eyelash Curler Short Handles: A short handled curler is a portable type of Koji Eyelash Curler series. The top band is 33mm in width and 18mm radius fits most people's eyelids. This is the one that I reviewed in this blogpost. Can be bought at Sasa.com.
> KOJI No.72 Eyelash Curler Foldable Handles: A foldable handle curler is the most portable type of Koji Eyelash Curler series. Perfect to carry in a small cosmetic bag. The top band is 33mm in width and 18mm radius fits most people's eyelids.
> KOJI No.73 Eyelash Curler Wide Curve: Is made wider than the standard curve curler to cover from the corners of eyelashes at one application. The top band is 34mm in width. Can be bought at Sasa.com.
> KOJI No.74 Eyelash Curler Wide Curve with Short Handles: Is made wider than the standard curve curler to cover from the corners of eyelashes at one application. Short Handles, the top band is 34mm in width.
> KOJI No.100 Eyelash Accent Curler: Suitable to curl hard-to-reach lower eyelashes and corners of eyelashes. It is compact and portable. It is a anti-metal allergy clear coated body. Can be bought at Sasa.com.