Review | Boots Eyelash Curlers

Monday, 23 March 2015


L-R: No mascara; mascara/no eyelash curlers; mascara/eyelash curlers. I used one coat of Urban Decay's Perversion Mascara.

I'd be the first to say that eyelash curlers are an essential in my make up routine, they make such a difference to your lashes and give you that wide awake look, even on the sleepiest of mornings. However, I'm also reluctant to spend an absolute fortune for a pair of them. So, when I found this sleek, black pair in Boots for only £4.50, I was delighted. A good find, right?

Well, no, actually. They say you get what you pay for, and while I don't always believe this is always true (you can find some wonderful budget brands on the high street), it's certainly applicable in this case. These barely made a difference to my lashes, as you can see from the photographs below.

I don't want my quest to save money becoming one big lesson in irony, with me spending a fortune trying to find the cheapest, most effective pair of eyelashes curlers. So, fellow beauty lovers, please help me out: what are the best low-cost eyelash curlers you know of?

Have you ever been disappointed by a budget product? Do you believe that you get what you pay for? Let me know in the comments! 

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