Best eyelash curler for asian eyes

I have found the best eyelash curler for asian eyes!  What has worked best for my hooded, asian eyes is the Shiseido eyelash curler.

Curled eyelashes really open up the eyes and make your lashes noticeable.  I went for the longest time without curling my lashes though because curlers just did not fit my eye shape!  I had difficulties getting a good curl and with pinching. Ouch!

Even the Shu Uemura curler, one of the most recommended curlers for asian eyes, just wasn’t quite doing what I wanted.

Well, no more!  The Shiseido eyelash curler  has made a world of difference.

Best eyelash curler for asian eyes: Shu Uemura vs. Shiseido eyelash curlers

Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler (left); Shiseido Eyelash Curler (right)

Compared to my Shu Uemura curler, you can see that the Shiseido’s curve is much flatter.  The flatter curve allows it to fully rest against my eye and curl all of my lashes from the very bottom. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve felt what proper eyelash curling is supposed to feel like until I used the Shiseido curler.

Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler vs. Shiseido Eyelash Curler 2

Shu Uemura (left) ; Shiseido (right)

Shu Uemura vs. Shiseido Eyelash Curlers

Shu Uemura (left); Shiseido (right)

With the flatter shape of the Shiseido curler, I also have experienced less pinching as well, thank goodness. (though I still need to be careful haha).

Everyone’s eye shape is different of course.  Both of these curlers are supposed to be great for the asian eye shape, but the Shiseido just works better for me!  I’ll be curling my lashes all the time now 🙂

If you have trouble with your eyelash curler, and you have a flatter eye shape like mine, I suggest you check out the Shiseido curler to see if it works for you too!

Have you tried a lot of eyelash curlers? What has worked for you?

All products mentioned were purchased by myself.  All opinions are my own.

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