Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Tweezerman ProMaster Lash Curler & ProCurl Lash Curler: Review

Disclaimer: The products featured were provided for review.
Tweezerman is well known for its grooming tools but did you know the brand also carries eyelash curlers? It's not easy finding the perfect lash curler that fits your eye shape so Tweezerman actually has two varieties, one for round eyes and one for almond eyes. To read about how well they work, click......
Tweezerman ProMaster Lash Curler
Tweezerman ProMaster Lash Curler ($28 CAD):
A gorgeous shiny gunmetal curler, ProMaster is designed for almond and deep set eyes. The clamp part is a lot straighter compared to your average curler. I have fairly average Asian eyes but I found the curler to be way too straight to fit my eyes. The curler can only grasp a small section of my lashes, making it very difficult to curl all my lashes at the same time. I think unless you have very long and thin eyes, these wouldn't be a good fit.
Additionally, the rubber padding of the curler is very stiff. The material is difficult to compress, making it very challenging to get a good clamp-down on my lashes. I know the rubber will soften over time and become easier to work with, but I much prefer ones that are good from the get-go.
Tweezerman ProMaster Lash Curler
Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler
Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler ($27.50 CAD):
Designed for most eye shapes and ideal for round eyes, the ProCurl is a beautiful rose gold curler with a standard design. Included are two refill paddings and like the ProMaster, the ProCurl comes in a nice plastic case.
Although advertised as a curler ideal for round eyes, the ProCurl will really work well for most eye shapes. I have typical Asian eyes and these worked just fine for me. However, like the ProMaster curler, the rubber padding on the clamp is incredibly thick and hard to compress, making it difficult to easily curl my lashes without having to clamp super hard.
Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler
Left: ProMaster Lash Curler | Right: ProCurl Lash Curler
As you can see from the picture below, the ProCurl (left) has your standard clamp shape and the ProMaster (right) has a much straighter design. So unless your upper lid has a curvature as straight as the ProMaster clamp, it's your best bet to stick with the ProCurl. Overall, these are both very well-made curlers, aside from the stiff rubber paddings that would eventually become more compressible, these are definitely worth checking out.
Right: ProCurl Lash Curler | Left: ProMaster Lash Curler
Tweezerman is available in stores at Sephora, Shoppers, and London Drugs.
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