What are some of the best eyelash curlers available in the Philippines?
Eyelash curlers may look the same, but trust us, they're not created equally—some will pinch your eyes, while others will give your peepers perfectly flutterly lashes in an instant. To prove that you don't need to spend a ton of money to get the lash look you want, we tested three that cost less than P200 in today's Cosmo.ph Beauty Wars!
Watsons Eyelash Curler
Where To Buy: Watsons, The SM Store
What It Is: With a comfortable grip and soft pad, you can be sure to get "wow"-looking lashes.
Why We Love It: We got an extra two pads with this curler, so for its price, it's already an amazing deal. Take note though: You'll have to squeeze the handles at least three times for your lashes to be fully fanned out.
Nichido Eyelash Curler
Where To Buy: Robinsons Department Store, The SM Store, Watsons
What It Is: Its smooth and flexible silicone pad can give lashes a naturally-curled look, while its angle is designed to suit all eye shapes.
Why We Love It: All we needed was one pump to make our eyes look open and awake! This was also flexible and gentle on our lashes—aka it didn't feel like it was going to cut them in half.
Features & Shades Eyelash Curler
Where To Buy: The SM Store, Robinsons Galleria, Landmark Trinoma
What It Is: Lightweight, easy to control, and flexible to give maximum lift to your lashes.
Why We Love It: People say this is a dupe for Shu Uemura's famous lash curler and they were right. It was light, easy to use, and a gentle press was all we needed to grab even our tiny corner lashes; the angle of the curler definitely helped. We're going to repurchase this for sure!
ARTWORK &PHOTOGRAPHY: Mixi Ignacio
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