I have 4 of quo's eyelash curlers. The pink one (luscious long lashes), the black one (super curl), the one with the black handles (professional) and the new japanese eyelash curler. If i could rank them I would rank them this way. 1. professional, 2. luscious, 3. japanese 4. super curl. These eyelash curlers are pretty decent, and I think they work well. The cheapest ($6) pink one, works better than the basic revlon one in my opinion, and the professional one ($9) gives a very good curl. The only issue with these is that the shape for both these curlers is not the most user friendly (the professional is the least), but they do work. The super curl ($10) is a unique rounded shape (probably better for more eye shapes), but I don't think it's that great at curling eyelashes. The new japanese one (seen it range from ~$11, $13 to $18 on the website) has a very good shape, I would compare it to the less expensive koji ones, but not as effective at curling. (don't get me wrong though, it does curl, but not as well as the professional or pink one). The shape of the japanese one is not as wide as the shu, nor is it as flat as the shisedo. It is also more curved than the shu. The japanese one is the only one that comes with 2 replacement pads. In comparison to other eyelash curlers, I think the quo ones are a great cheaper drugstore option (much better than joe fresh and revlon) though the pads on all of them are very thick, meaning that it is hard to curl at the base of your lashes with all of these curlers. The flattest curve is the professional one, and the japanese one has the longest diameter. The pink one is a great basic eyelash curler, and also the cheapest out of the bunch. Whichever you choose would depend on your needs and eyeshape.
Its a great little eyelash curler, easy to clean and I find it does a great job curling. Bonus is it comes in very bright cute colours.
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