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What is the best heated eyelash curler?

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The highest rated heated eyelash curlers are by Laura Mercier,Talika and Japonesque. The best eyelash curler for an individual depends on the person's price range, how much curl is desired and how much heat is wanted.

The Laura Mercier heated eyelash curler is very small, but provides a substantial curl. Some have complained that it pinches and is unusually designed.

The Talika heated eyelash curler can be more expensive, and is made from a heat-sensitive silicone that changes color when it is ready to be used. This curler requires batteries.

The Japonesque curler, like the Laura Mercier one, is compact in size and known for its curve and comb.


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