I bought this about 3 months ago and I’ve tried it on false lashes AND natural lashes, with and without Revitalash on my eyes, and I’ve had to draw the difficult conclusion that this product is not fit for purpose.
I have large, 3D eyes with a double layer of thick lashes, like Elizabeth Taylor, and, since I’ve been an adult, normal lash curlers don’t have the right shape/size to do my lashes very well (I used to find them easy to use as a child… I’ve been using eyelash curlers since age 11). I usually blast my eyelash curlers with my hairdryer for 2-5 seconds (it’s VERY easy to burn your eyelids if you do this) to get them to stay curled for more than 10 minutes.
I have the Shu Uemura eyelash curlers, which are brilliant, so when I heard the Japonesque ones were a good dupe, I bought the smaller precision ones as I wanted those from Shu Uemura and had bought the wider ones, instead (I tried both at the Shu Uemura counter).
From the moment I tried them, I’ve not managed to get even a slight curl on my eyelashes with these Japonesque ones. I tried them on false lashes and nothing happened there, either. Even the £1 eyelash curlers from the bargain bucket manage to get my eyelashes to curl a little. These cost $11 (or £10 on UK Amazon) and they’re hopeless.
I 100% DO NOT RECOMMEND these eyelash curlers. For the price, you would be much better spending a bit more and getting the Shu Uemura ones which I’ve reviewed here, because when you spend more than $3 on an eyelash curler, you expect to get something that actually works.
I took a longer break than I wanted. It’s taken me a couple of weeks to process recent events, and I needed to re-engage with the wider world before I came back to my blog.
I am going to pre-schedule a series of posts, one a week, covering reviews of stuff I’ve tried lately because I’ve been taking photos religiously but I couldn’t face writing articles about them. There’s been a few reasons for that but I don’t want to go into great detail, except to say I’m being harassed by someone who knows me personally and every time I post anything on here, they contact me privately to tear me to pieces. I don’t want to change my private contact details as it’s the only contact information some of my family have.
This harassment is one of the reasons I’m not telling you all which country I’m emigrating to, and it’s also the main reason I haven’t shared any of my bestselling romance or erotica books with you all. Hopefully, once I’ve gotten back into the habit of writing regular posts it’ll get easier again. Otherwise, I’m going to have to seriously consider the future of this blog because I can’t keep self-censoring in fear of retribution from someone.
I’m pretty sure there’ll be a backlash from the person in question because I’ve written this. Honestly, I think some people have far too much time on their hands.
I didn’t make this meme, so you’ll have to put up with the grammatical issues, but other than that, it pretty much sums up the last two weeks for me.
I am going to try and get some reviews done for the coming week, but this past week was mostly taken up by being away getting data for my MSc dissertation, and to be honest, with everything going on in my country recently, I don’t really feel like writing about beauty products or travel (which is a shame as I have some great articles planned for the coming month). I’ll try and write something tomorrow though.
My thoughts are with everyone affected by what has happened in Manchester and London.
And, I’m a bit pissed off with Facebook that they only activate their “mark yourself as ‘safe'” app when London gets hit. It should have been used for Manchester, as well, where it would have been more useful for all the parents trying to find their children. But that pretty much sums up the north/south divide. Sorry, if I seem a little disillusioned and angry it’s because I am. And that’s not a good place to write about travel and beauty. I will try my best to get a new post out before the General Election on Thursday.