Japonesque Pink Heated Mini Eyelash Curler Photos & Review

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Japonesque has decided to make your life easier.  They took some heat, added it to an eye lash curler, and made a product that is said to create natural curl for those hard to curl lashes.  But does it work?

What the Ulta website says about the Japonesque Pink Heated Mini Eyelash Curler:

The The Japonesque Pink Heated Mini Eyelash Curler creates a sweeping, deep, natural curl for hard to curl lashes.  Unlike traditional curlers that can pinch or break lashes with pressure, the Heated Mini Eyelash Curler lifts and curls the lashes with heat. Use before or after mascara application. The sleek all-in-one design is battery powered, slipping neatly into your pocket or purse.

The idea of this product is fabulous.  So often you hear of people heating up their eye lash curler with a blow dryer, which can get WAY too hot and damage your lashes, or your lid if you get it too close.

The performance of this product is sub-par.  It heats up quickly, isn’t overly hot (you can touch it and not get a burn.  Aren’t you glad I tested that for you?) and is easy to brush over your lashes.  However, I noticed no difference.  My lashes have a slight curl to them, to the point where even a regular lash curler doesn’t make much of a difference, but since this says it’s for “hard to curl lashes” I did expect SOMEthing to happen.  At least it’s compact and pretty in pink =)

The Japonesque Pink Heated Mini Eyelash Curler retails for $18.00 and is available at Ulta.  If pink isn’t your deal you can also pick it up in black.

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