Friday, April 18, 2014

Review: FS Eyelash Curler Slim

Hello Pinay Beauties! I know you guys like it when I post unexpectedly, so here is another review for you. I took the photos a couple months back and I have been enjoying this product for a while now. Here are my thoughts on the Fanny Serrano Eyelash Curler Slim.

Product Description and Instruction:
When I saw this, I thought it was pretty interesting but I don't need it since I already have an eyelash curler, but this bad boy changed my life. If you have non-existent, short lashes, you want to make the most out of it and have every last strand curled, which most eyelash curlers can't do. Thank whoever genius invented this, because it is amazing! :)

Ever since I replaced the pad of my ELF Eyelash Curler, it feels like it doesn't perform as good, so I decided to purchase a new eyelash curler. I stopped by the Fanny Serrano booth in Ever Commonwealth and saw this and the regular sized eyelash curler, but something about that day was pulling me to purchase the slim one instead. So I bought it for ₱125.00.
Because it is slim, it can easily go to the inner and outer corners of the eyes thus enabling you to curl those little lashes in there. Here is a comparison to my ELF Eyelash Curler:
Some people find it unconventional to use, but I love it! I usually divide my lashes into 3 parts when using this curler. I start from the innermost part moving out so I don't "uncurl" the lashes that has been curled.

Does it work? See for yourself:
I usually curl my lashes twice, and this photo is just with one curl. As you can see, I wasn't able to get some of the lashes on the inner part but look at the lashes on the outer corner, they are just curled to perfection!

I also like how small it is, it is not bulky and I can fit it even in my smallest "kikay" pouch. Also, if you are afraid to curl your lower lashes using the regular sized curler, this baby is also very handy for that!

What I like about this product:
- Readily available and affordable.
- Slim and lightweight, very travel friendly.
- Gets all the lashes curled, even the ones in the innermost and outermost part.
- Doesn't pinch me (so far!).

What I didn't like about this product:
- Not sure if there are replacement pads for sale.

Overall, I am very much inlove with this lash curler! I remember watching a makeup tutorial where she used a slim curler first to get all her lashes curled, and then used the regular sized one to make one solid curl, so I will definitely get the regular FS Eyelash Curler. It is said to work as well as the Shu Uemura curler, so I am definitely excited to buy that.

I hope you enjoy this quick review, and let me know if you have tried or will try this lash curler. Thank you so much for reading, and I will see you on Sunday for my next post! Goodluck!

-- Maica :)

3 comments:

  1. Glenda C.April 18, 2014 at 2:46 PM

    FS curlers! I've read a lot of good reviews for this one. Shu Uemura and Shiseido reviews are good too, some bloggers claimed that they have those curlers for almost 10+ years already. I hope there's a local brand that could also do the same :)

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  2. Juvy | Plump CheeksApril 18, 2014 at 6:55 PM

    Nice review! I got this too, but not yet using it much! I will check the regular sized one. As if I need more eyelash curlers! Haha!

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  3. RaeApril 19, 2014 at 7:26 AM

    Nice! And the lashes are spread out. Anyway, I'll suggest a watsons generic eyelash curler, easytrim ata ang name. Ok sya for me. And it's just a little over 100 pesos.

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