Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler Review

Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler

I have found my favorite all-time eyelash curler in the Tweezerman ProCurl Curler. Not even kidding. Better even than the infamous Shu Uemura one.

ProCurl Curler features a narrow top bar (the top area where their logo is etched) which adapts to all types of eye shapes. They also include thick rounded silicone pads, which helps your lashes get super curled.

The one thing I really noticed the difference in though is the handle where you put your fingers. It’s doubled up, which makes it feel very sturdy and strong. It feels less likely to slip out of my fingers.

Tweezerman ProCurl Lash Curler 2

I have yet to mention one of my favorite things about this curler though. The color! It looks like it would be gold on the box, but it’s actually rose gold. I mean, who doesn’t love rose gold? It feels a little weightier on my hand than my Shu Uemura one, which to me is a plus.

Lashes Pre Curl

Sometimes with my standard curler I get bent lashes. I think it’s the angle of the curler, but I’m not sure. I have yet to get any bending with this one, it does a perfect curl every time. Because it’s wider than a standard curler, it gets those shorter hard-to-reach lashes at the corners of your eye as well.

Lashes After Curl with Mascara

Overall: Definitely my favorite curler that I have used to date. I have tried the Shu Uemura one, the Tarte one and one from Revlon, but none are quite a good for my lashes as this baby. This curler also comes with three replacement pads, which is more than you would get with the others. Bonus!

Availability: Sephora, Nordstrom, Beauty.com and Tweezerman.

Pricing: $20.00.

What is your go-to lash curler?

-Kelly

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7 comments

  • May 14, 2012
    Kate

    I absolutely love the results from curling my lashes… but I never do it because bending them like that just seems so bad for them!

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  • May 14, 2012
    Angela

    Rose Gold Eye Lash curler love ! Will be picking this up and it just so happens that I lost my cheap revlon lash curler xD so this is perfect thanks for reviewing xx

  • May 15, 2012

    Looks like something I have to look into! My go-to curler is the Shiseido one. It works well for my eye shape, though it still tends to miss the lashes on the outer corners. I’d either find something that will curl them all, or I’ll need one of those small corner lash curler at some point.
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  • May 15, 2012

    I like the Kevyn Aucoin best but I misplaced mine and if it doesn’t show up I’d consider this. I wonder if Bed, Bath & Beyond has it so I could use a coupon.
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  • May 15, 2012
    Sophie

    I think I’m using a Revlon one and it’s not bad. But I will look for this, since I have very few, puny lashes. BTW, Target carries Tweezerman products, at least some of them, in my local Target. Maybe it can be found online there for a lower price.

  • June 13, 2012

    I’m currently using the ELF $1 curler which is decent and an old Revlon one, but I’d definitely love to have a nicer lash curler. I definitely plan to pick this up when the Sephora opens in my area. I love rose gold so much! :D
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