OMG..everything I have read about the Shu Umera (sp?) eyelash curler is true. Not sure how it works, but it is FAR superior to any other eyelash curler I've ever found. It grabs every lash and the curl stays IN. No heat required. Worth every penny.

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Another to try is Japonesque. I like their trimmer version--it's got a slimmer eyelash "bed" on which to curl lashes. I find the "normal" size eyelash curlers are made to be one-size-fits-all and unfortunately we don't all have the same curve to our lash lines, or the same amount of lashes. With Japonesque's, you can do a section at a time more easily.

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