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When this was launched, my eyes lit up with excitement and i was sure that i would eventually purchase it sometime in the future. I finally got it the other day when i made my way to Selfridges because it was limited to the Dior counter there and i couldn`t have got it at any other Dior counters. The lady serving me was very informative when introducing the eyelash curlers to me and i purchased it for £23. I know it is a ridiculous amount of money to spend on a heated eyelash curler when i know full well that there are other brands e.g. panasonic, that produces a similar product with the equivalent function. I guess it is the packaging and the branding which has attracted me to it the most and shamefully i had the belief that a high priced product would achieve better results.
So the product claims to "stretch lashes to infinite dimensions" which sounds so tempting and almost too good to be true really compared with the conventional mechanical eyelash curlers. I was so excited to try it out when i got home. The box was quite big for accommodating the product itself and a part of me wondered whether it was necessary for it to be so large..Inside was a booklet of instructions with a variety of languages, a battery and the heated eyelash curler itself. The eyelash curler feels expensive and sturdy and i am pleased with the sleek black design of the product.
The product has two heat settings, (Heat + and Heat ++) which i really have no idea why it was necessary to have the two settings because surely most people would want the product to work to its full potential, hence will use the Heat ++ option more. It also has a clever mechanisms with the two dots at the back which should eventually turn to a green colour to indicate that it is ready to use. The product also boasts that it is safe and gentle to use on the lashes and can curl the lashes with ease.
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