Inglot BP Eyelash Curler Review

Inglot BP Eyelash Curler Review

Inglot BP Eyelash Curler Review


Rs. 240

I am assuming that 70% of us have either used a lash curler or own one in their lifetime. If you are one of those that are scared to get on for fear of taking anything close to your eyes and lashes, especially metallic, I am reviewing an eyelash curler which will be easier to make friends with and will be easier for first timers to use. So, it here goes:

BP Eyelash Curler

I am not ashamed to own up my first purchase ever from inglot, yeah, I am very late to the party, but Inglot mania from IMBB is catching up and so I ventured into the popular site that sells Inglot.  For our readers in Chennai, there is a fancy store in EA mall which falls on some side of the mall. I have only seen it from a distance as I always nudge and get pushed in Health and Glow aisles between aunties who are busy saying, “I want a dark dark lipstick,” and the reason being that I find all brands under one roof in Health and Glow, but its time to pay a visit to the very exclusive inglot store once I have done my homework on Inglot. The lash curler was an impulse buy considering I have some four metallic ones already. An ELF (disaster), Oriflame, QVC, and a random local one.  The local one bought five years ago for Rs. 50 still works best for me I tell you, but I had to move on and I bought this plastic one from Inglot, which looks oh-so-less dangerous and can be carried around in the handbag.

BP Eyelash Curler

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BP Eyelash Curler

The curler comes in plastic, no-metal-involved like the regular eyelash curlers and that is the sole reason I got this one. The clip is supposed to be pulled back and they also provide an extra pad which I have pointed out.  The clip goes back once your lashes are in place and you can hold it for 30 seconds and done! There are lesser chances of accidents considering there are sharp edges and no nooks where your lashes can get caught (yes that happens). Just plain serious business, nice, firm plastic, it looks very sturdy too.

BP Eyelash Curler

Now, for the results, I must say that the metallic ones work better for me, the only reason being that I can exert more pressure on the lashes with the metal ones.  With this, no matter how much or how long I press the lashes between the clamp, the result is softer curl and very gentle pressure and that is why I say it is best for newcomers to eyelash curlers.

BP Eyelash Curler


BP Eyelash Curler

I did not try to heat it up with a blow dryer which I do when I am in the mood, with the metallic ones. This one is all plastic, so I am not bringing my blow dryer anywhere close to it. I suggest this be tried out by people who don’t own one or are scared of lash curlers. Don’t expect better results than the metal ones, but still good for gentle curl fun. Set up the curl with a good mascara and you should be good for some 8 hours.

BP Eyelash Curler

One more thing I want to point out about this one is that you need a certain amount of length of the lash to be held in the clamp. It’s a bit tedious to get close to the base of the lashes for me and I wish I had longer lashes, though I am happy with the lashes I have :P, but don’t buy it if you don’t have little longer lashes.

The curler clips back in place very much like a nail cutter I say and is so easy to carry around.  Out of the five I own, this will the first choice for on-the-go curling definitely. It feels very compact and convenient really. Now, I am yet to try the heated lash curlers and the lash curling wand 😀

Last Word on Inglot BP Eyelash Curler:

Gentle, effective, less dangerous, but you need some length of lashes to get under the space of the curler, it is little difficult to get to the base of the lash and the results are not better than the metal ones, good for starters I say!

PS :I know the instructions are not for the experienced, the curler and the instructions for usage are for beginners 😛

IMBB Rating:

3 on 5

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17 thoughts on “Inglot BP Eyelash Curler Review

  1. i have two eyelash curlers the regular design that looks like a pair of scissors.. but this one looks compact and cute.. though i am seeing this version of curlers for the first time… 🙂 🙂

  2. hey Neha,
    great article. i think if we put a transparent mascara and then immediately if use this curler, it might show better results. i am not sure but i will definitely try it out.

  3. Oh looks so adorable.. I have long lashes so I might get dis 1 or maybe not coz I already own the meral one which I rarely use…

  4. I have elf – it curls the lashes well, but when I go to put mascara I don’t feel it holds the curl. Maybe it is my technique!

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