Thursday, April 14, 2011

Review: Sasatinnie Super Dolly Heated Eyelash Curler

I read and heard about heated eyelash curlers, I finally got one this year. My cousin bought a couple of these heated curlers from China during her tourist vacation and gave one to me for us to give it a try. As a reference I have long thin eyelashes.

Product info:
  • Super dolly heated eyelash curler uses two heating coils to safely curl natural or false lashes.
  • The comb gently curls and separates lashes without any crimping or burning.
  • Operated with 1AAA  battery
  • Made in Korea
  • Costs $48
What I l♥ve:
  • The packaging. That's all I can think of. :|

What I hate:
  • Maybe I got a bad one but seriously, It doesn't do anything! Even after a minute or two *that could possibly burn my lashes* :/
  • much better to use my Fanny Serrano manual eyelash curler, not even comparable to it.
  • I think it's safe to say it was a waste of money.
  • doesn't come with a battery

Rating: 1 out of 5
Will I repurchase?
  • No. I would never recommend this product to anyone. Try before you buy or better yet, read reviews before buying something especially if you never heard the brand. I just want to warn you ladies that not all pricey and pretty looking products works well. I had no luck with this product. Even with practice, I did not get any curl to my lashes. Very disappointed. :(

Check out my cousin's new and first blog page!
She's really nice and friendly.

Hugs and kisses,


24 comments:

  1. I also tried heated eyelash curlers and it somewhat did not live up to my expectations. :( i guess we're better off to sticking to old fashioned ones no? ^_^

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  2. @sugar sugar: KOREK! :D effective pa! :)

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  3. Thank you so much for reviewing :) sad to know that it didn't work for you.

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  4. I heard that you can put your lash curler under a hair drier for a couple of minutes and it works pretty much the same way. :)

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  5. @michelle: Yesss, tried it before. But once it reach your lids. Tada! It burns like hell. :/
    "Kawawa pasmado." LOL

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  6. thanks for review...beautiful blog sweetie...i love it and of course going to follow you..it'll be so sweet if you follow too. http://rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.blogspot.com/thank you

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  7. When I saw the title I was like 'Ou, i need a new culer!', $48! sorry it didnt work out for you. thanks for the review

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  8. @rakhshanda: Thanks for following! :)

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  9. Hi MissKatV,

    My first time to hear about heated eyelash curler...I don't think I will try that one especially now I read your reviews about it. Thank you for yur honesty.

    I'm following you back:)

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  10. Thanks for this helpful post. I always wanted to try heated lash curlers. Guess I'm skipping this one.

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  11. Thank you for your comments ladies! :)

    @aidisan: Thank you for following back. I'm not sure if other heated curlers does the same. But I'm pretty sure they're all expensive than manual ones which mostly does the work. :>

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  12. aw havent heard of this product! too bad it didnt work! will take note of this product and stay away thank you for the review kat! :)

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  13. hi kat!

    i dont know but maybe all the lash heaters are like this. i bought one from watsons brand naman, parang walang nangyari. mas mainit pa kilikili ko. sayang naman yng 100pesos ko.

    nice review! thanks for sharing :)

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  14. aw that sucks it didnt work. thanks for the heads up! :) new follower :)

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  15. lol what i do is get my hairdryer and put my eyelash curler underneath it to heat it up not for too long cos i don't wanna die but it usually does the trick and hey saves money from buying a heated curler lol x

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  16. i so wanna try this!

    please check out my blog
    www.littlemissglamourous.blogspot.com

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  17. @ann: I don't now, but I don't really trust most of China products now. :/

    @reina: hahaha! Natawa naman ako sa "mainit pa kilikili ko." Nasayangan lang ako sa pasalubong ni ate. :(

    @donna baby: Thanks for following! followed u back :)

    @alisha: I tried it already and it works 10x better than my eye lash curler! :D

    @little miss glamourous: ok, checking :)

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  18. Woah, for $48 and it's not even good :( Noo!

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  19. i so wanna try this!

    please check out my blog
    www.littlemissglamourous.blogspot.com

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  20. Hi MissKatV,

    My first time to hear about heated eyelash curler...I don't think I will try that one especially now I read your reviews about it. Thank you for yur honesty.

    I'm following you back:)

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  21. Jyan Arianne ElboMay 22, 2011 at 1:31 PM

     woah! so pricey and yet very low quality.. this really proves that most china products suck,, sadly,,

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  22. I agree with that :/

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  23. Howdу! This blog pоѕt couldn't be written much better! Looking through this post reminds me of my previous roommate! He always kept preaching about this. I am going to forward this information to him. Pretty sure he will have a very good read. Many thanks for sharing!
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  24. I wish I saw this before I bought the thing. :(

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