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    Posted: November 13 2003 at 11:52am
Ok, I am looking for the best eyelash curler for short lashes, asian eyes (whatever that means, LOL... well, ok I have small eyes). After reading reviews about Shiseido, I went and bought it last night. It pinched the sides of my eyes! OUCH! I am returning it today. Do you guys have any favorites? Thanks!!!

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i just use the cheap ones that come with those free lancome gifts. they work fine for me, but i'm not sure how well they'd work for you. my friend, who is asian, uses this small portable one---i'll ask her where she got it, she seems to really like it.
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Hi Whitney, thank you for asking your friend! I'll wait for your reply.

I am currently using Revlon which is ok, but I am hoping to find something better.

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hey! she said she didn't know the name of it, but i saw it at Walmart....it's pink and white and very small, hardly looks like an eyelash curler. Sorry i don't know more details---next time i'm there i'll look to see the brand name.
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Aww, there isn't any Walmart close by... I will check Target and Kmart. Thanks!!!
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Shu Uemura-- it is simply the best eyelash curler in the world.
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I have used them all, but the best one I have found is a lash curler by Keyvn Aucoin. You can order from his wesite!
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well i try this electric eyelash curler.. it's superb!i dunno whether u can find it, but it's by talika ... i tried some cheaper replicas of the curler, but believe me, the real one works the best just try it, and tell me how u think bout it
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Maybe it's me, but I'm asian and pracitcally ALL eyelash curlers work well on me, no matter price or style. It took me a while to get use to some of them, but with practice, using different angles and holding it differently, the key is variation, you should be able to achieve a good curl by experimenting more.
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hi CrazyGirl

Have you tried Zhen cosmetics? They have wonderful products and accessories.

Good luck!

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Hi Hi:

I have no special brand of eyelash curler.  I use what ever I get free or I buy the cheap ones.

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O.K. this may sound stupid, but do you use curler before or after you apply mascara? It seems to me that my eyelashes just can get curled either ways!
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Shu Uemura hands down.
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eyelash curlers to me are a waste of time! this shows your mascara is just not working! you need a good mascara, not an eyelash curler!!
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I buy whatever metal curler is available at the drug store. I think I have a Revlon curler at the moment. The trick, for me, is to heat up the curler with a hair dryer before using. I have pin straight lashes and this trick really helps leep my lashes curled all day. 
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Metal eyelash curlers can be damaging to your lashes.  I recommend a heated eyelash curler by Japonesque.  It's gentle and it can be used on eyelash extensions too.

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I have curled my eyelashes for about 30 years. About six months ago, I discovered the Tweezerman Corner Eyelash Curler. I LOVE it. It just curls the outside lashes and looks really natural. I have very long (but stick straight) eyelashes and sometimes when I use a regular eyelash curler it looks like too much. Just thought I'd throw that out there. I like to share when I find a product I really love.
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I have very long eyelashes but they're straight as a board and don't like to curl easily.  I've tried many different kinds of curlers - heated and non-heated.  The thing that works best for me is using my $3.99 plastic eyelash curler and heating it up with a blow dryer.  This heats it up nicely but isn't a hazard to burn me since the curler is plastic.
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