Boots No7 Heated Eyelash Curler Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Brand: Boots No. 7 / Aesthetics / Suitable for: Eye / Define and lift eyelashes
Newest Review: ... town! I've used eyelash curlers before but never heated ones so I was very interested to see how it was. It definitely did ... more
Customer Boots No7 Heated Eyelash Curler Reviews (6)
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 279 readings)
I am what you call an addict when it comes to Boots, and it has been great since most stores now have a front and back door I can now use it as an excuse out shopping saying it is a "short cut" As I said an excuse just to get through their doors and walk amongst their goods. And one particular Saturday , at the beginning of January I managed ot put the excuse to work and get inside the fantastic store, Being January they like most shops had sales galore and I managed to pick up a few treats for myself for a change this. The Heated curler cost me £7.50 in the sale, not a large amount but still a highish price for a "Sale" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/10 (Very useful, 262 readings)
I gave up curling my eyelashes a number of years ago as I grew tired of nipping my eyelids in the scissor type eyelash curler I used; however, when I saw the No 7 Heated Eyelash Curler on offer at half price I decided to treat myself and give it a go. The Sales Assistant told me (as per the Boots marketing line) that this eyelash curler would make my eyes look brighter and wider by defining and curling my lashes !! This sounded good, although I wasn't quite sure I believed it but at half price and the fact the eyelash curler came complete with battery and a two year guarantee it was sold. The unit comes apart quite easily for the battery to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/08 (Very useful, 1289 readings)
I have finally got my hands on this little gadget. Seriously, it has taken me weeks to find one. Boots.com had sold out; every Boots store I visited had sold out! I really wanted it to take to Paris with me and the day before we were due to go I thought I'll have one last go and went in the Boots store opposite my work, there on the shelf was one, the last one, so I grabbed it and ran for the tills! At least with waiting so long I saved a little bit of money. All along they were reduced to half price; £11.99 to £5.99 but then with the VAT reduction they cost me £5.87. The Product ----------------------- The eyelash curler comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I have the shortest eyelashes in the world and so am always looking at ways to make them look thicker and longer. I usually use the scissor type ones but find that they sometimes leave a sort of kink in your lashes, so was really pleased when I spotted these heated curlers. To top it off they were half price in the Boots Electrical sale. They normally retail about £15 so I got them for £7.50ish. Personally, having now used them, I would have been miffed if I had spent full price on them as I dont feel they are worth that money. The curlers are used by brushing them up through your lashes, across the heated element, instead of the usual pinching and curling. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/10 (Useful, 259 readings)
I bought this a few weeks ago and hadn't really had the chance to use it until the other night when I had a day off and was able to hit the town! I've used eyelash curlers before but never heated ones so I was very interested to see how it was. It definitely did lift my lashes to some extent and I think gave my eyelashes a bit more definition. I did find a few problems with it however. I have quite long eyelashes anyway which may have affected how well it curled my lashes. I found that the curling/definition that it gave me didn't actually last that long and I felt a bit like I may as well have just pushed up my lashes with my finger, which would actually have ... Read the complete review
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