e Eye Lash Curler is steel and has been electroplated in black for a sleek design and to offer wear resistance and corrosion protection. As well, it comes with 2 refill pads. More Information found at: http://www.joefresh.com/en/category/beauty
Average Price: $4.00
This is the cheapest eyelash curler at SDM, it is pretty sturdy, and it fits my eye well. However, I find that this eyelash curler performs similarly to the quo eyelash curlers (which curl only very slightly) and the revlon classic lash curler (this one performs worse though). When you curl your eyelashes, you have to press very hard, as the pad on the eyelash curler is very springy, but tough, and the metal is too thick to be able to give a very dramatic curl. Since buying it, i've changed out the rubber pads to another one that is softer and less tough, which works well with the eyelash curler. If you like the quo eyelash curlers, then this is perfect for you, especially as it is cheaper too. If you have spare rubber pads lying around that are soft and not tough, then this would work for you. Otherwise I wouldn't bother.
*quo super curl eyelash curler. Also similar to the elf studio eyelash curler, which is also not that good.
This is cheap for a reason - it broke after like 5 uses. It barely did the job anyways and my lashes would get stuck so I wasn't even mad when it broke. On to the next one.
I was given this to try and I have to say, you really get what you paid for. For $4, it curls fairly well but I have short, asian eyelashes so I need a more heavy duty eye lash curler to curl my lashes. I wouldn't recommend this to people who have eyelashes that are hard to curl but for others, $4 is definitely worth it.
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