Top 25 Best Japanese Eyelash Curlers to Buy Online 2019 – Tried and True!

Our editors searched Japanese e-commerce sites (such as @cosme, Amazon, and Rakuten) for the best eyelash curlers. We then chose the 25 most popular products and tested them.

We focused on two things: how our eyelashes looked and how it felt to use the product overall. We then compiled everything we learned into a buying guide about and list of the best Japanese eyelash curlers available online.

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Top 25 Best Japanese Eyelash Curlers to Buy Online

We picked out of the most popular products and tested them for the following: how well they worked on our eyelashes and how good it felt to handle the tool.

Then, based on how they performed on our tests, we graded and ranked the top 25 Japanese eyelash curlers available online.

※Japanese prices for the products are given; they’ve merely been converted into USD for easy viewing.

1. Orbis Eyelash Curler

1. Orbis Eyelash Curler

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Price: $6.90

The Very Best Eyelash Curler

Though Orbis is typically known for its skincare line, we think you should define them as the makers of the best Japanese eyelash curler as well. With a perfectly looking fan-shaped finish to our eyelashes, we can’t believe a tool of this quality is under $10.

Our testers said they loved how it fitted to the shape of their eye (whether they had a single eyelid or a double eyelid), and they would probably buy it themselves.

Japanese オルビス アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size 4.1 x 2 x 1.4 inches How it felt to use 4.8
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 4.6

2. L’Oreal Japan Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler

2. L'Oreal Japan Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler

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Price: $9.99

The Best Eyelash Curler for Double Eyelids

Making your eyelashes fan out fully with this Shu Uemura eyelash curler takes hardly any effort. Our staff thought it gave lashes just the right amount of curl. While our testers with single eyelids found the curler didn’t reach all the way to the roots of their eyelashes, our double eyelid staff had no problem using it.

Japanese 日本ロレアルシュウウエムラ アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size 1.6 x 2.55 x 3.8 inches How it felt to use 4.8
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 4.6

3. e’quipe RMK Eyelash Curler

3. e'quipe RMK Eyelash Curler

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Price: $10.42

The Eyelash Curler with the Best Curl

The RMK eyelash curler is another makeup tool that will give you a dreamy curl to your lashes whether you have a single or double eyelid. You’d think this tool costs much more than it is with the results we saw. If you’re looking to make a lasting impact with your eyelashes, this curler is a definite candidate.

Japanese エキップRMK アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size How it felt to use 3.5
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 4.1

4. Cololline Eyelash Curler

4. Cololline Eyelash Curler

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Price: $8.98

An Eyelash Curler That’s Easy to Hold

What we liked the most about this eyelash curler is that it has a curve that fits to your ring finger; this is the place you’ll most likely be straining when trying to get that fabulous curl. The curve in the Cololline curler makes curling your lashes take the bare minimum of squeezing power.

However, because it’s so easy to use, you could also end up shaping a sharp angle in lashes by using too much power. This curler would be best used with a gentle hand.

Japanese Colollineアイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size 4.3 x 1.5 x – inches How it felt to use 4.3
Replacement rubber? Yes (5 extras) Overall score 4.4

5. ACRO THREE Eyelash Curler

5. ACRO THREE Eyelash Curler

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Price: $12.29

A Great Eyelash Curler for All Eye Shapes

THREE’s eyelash curler gave both our single eyelid and double eyelid staff the kind of upward curl they were looking for, and it was easy to handle! If you have single eyelids, though, you may find yourself needing to curl your eyelashes in two sections; the curler doesn’t reach quite all the way to the corner of your eye.

Japanese Colollineアイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size 4.3 x 1.5 x – inches How it felt to use 4.3
Replacement rubber? Yes (5 extras) Overall score 4.4

6. Sana Excel Spring Power Curler N

6. Sana Excel Spring Power Curler N

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Price: $12.93

The Best Eyelash Curler for Single Eyelids

This eyelash curler boasts a 1.5-inch width and an added spring, meaning you don’t have to use much force when using this tool. When our double eyelid testers tried this tool out, they said it was hard to reach the inner corner of their eye; you’ll have to curl your eyelashes in sections if you’re one of these people. We think this product would be bring better results to those with single eyelids.

Japanese 常盤薬品工業
サナ エクセル スプリングパワーカーラーN
Finish 4.5
Size 2.7 x 1.8 x 3.9 inches How it felt to use 3.8
Replacement rubber? Yes Overall score 4.2

7. Kanebo Kate Eyelash Curvener

7. Kanebo Kate Eyelash Curvener

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Price: $14.99

A Curler with a Unique Rubber Pad

Kanebo’s Kate Eyelash Curvener is a curler that uses a flexible rubber pad, meaning it can hold onto and pull your eyelashes up gently. This made it hard to tell whether or not it was actually catching onto our eyelashes, but the end result looked great.

Japanese カネボウケイト アイラッシュカーブナー Finish 4.3
Size How it felt to use 3.8
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 4.1

8. Koji Honpo No. 70 Eyelash Curler

8. Koji Honpo No. 70 Eyelash Curler

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A Great Eyelash Curler for a Gentle Hand

We loved the finish that this eyelash curler gave us, but it was through just a bit of trial and error. Since the rubber pad is soft, it’s easy to squeeze too hard, and it’s difficult to control the angle of the curve. As long as you don’t put too much force into it, your lashes will look flawless.

Japanese コージー本舗No.70 アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.0
Size 2.0 x 4.7 x 1.4 inches How it felt to use 4.0
Replacement rubber? Yes Overall score 4.0

9. Imju Eye Putti Fit Curler

9. Imju Eye Putti Fit Curler

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Price: $29.93

A Curler Made Specifically for Single Eyelids

The Eye Putti Fit Curler is a tool made specially for those with single eyelids (or “monolids”), bringing out and up the eyelashes that are normally hidden by your hooded eyelids. While those with double eyelids said it was a little difficult to hold, our single eyelid testers said that it fit their eye shape perfectly.

Japanese イミュアイプチ フィットカーラー Finish 4.0
Size 4.7 x 2.0 x 6.3 inches How it felt to use 3.8
Replacement rubber? Yes (2 extras) Overall score 3.9

10. Shinseido Eyelash Curler

10. Shinseido Eyelash Curler

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Price: $13.00

An Easy-to-Use Curler for Double Eyelids

Shinseido’s eyelash curler receives wonderful reviews on social media. It can reach your lashes all the way down to the roots if you have a double eyelid. If you have a single eyelid, be careful: it will be difficult to lift up your lids before curling them, which could result in sharp angles instead of a smooth curve.

Japanese 資生堂アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.3
Size 1.5 x 4.0 inches How it felt to use 3.5
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 3.8

11. ACRO Amplitude Eyelash Curler

11. ACRO Amplitude Eyelash Curler

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Price: $20.49

A Gorgeous-looking Eyelash Curler

ACRO’s Amplitude eyelash curler made us feel fancy, and its shape made it easy to hold. However, all of our testers remarked that the curler didn’t reach to the roots of their eyelashes, so they ended up with only a slight curve. Its shape also makes it better suited with those who have almond-shaped eyes.

Japanese ACROアンプリチュード アイラッシュカーラー Finish 4.5
Size How it felt to use 2.8
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 3.8

12. Koji Honpo Curving Eyelash Curler

12. Koji Honpo Curving Eyelash Curler

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Price: $11.77

A Curler Better Suited for Double Eyelids

If you have a double eyelid, we think you’ll be pleased with the curve you get from the Curving Eyelash Curler. For single eyelids, however, it’s difficult to grab onto lashes enough to get a pleasing finish.

Japanese コージー本舗カービングアイラッシュカーラー Finish 3.5
Size 4.6 x 1.9 x 6.1 inches How it felt to use 3.5
Replacement rubber? Yes (2 extras) Overall score 3.5

13. IDA Laboratories Wide Fit Curler

13. IDA Laboratories Wide Fit Curler

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Price: $10.87

A Wide Curler for Single Eyelids

Our testers with single eyelids had great results with this curler because of its wide fit and its ability to reach eyelashes and draw them up and out. Our testers with double eyelids had a hard time using it, so be warned.

Japanese 井田ラボラトリーズワイドフィットカーラー Finish 3.0
Size 2.0 x 1.6 x 4.7 inches How it felt to use 3.0
Replacement rubber? Yes (1 extra) Overall score 3.0

Products That Didn’t Make the Cut

And why they didn’t quite make it.

Not Made for Everyone

Not Made for Everyone

Even if an eyelash curler is made specifically for those with single eyelids or double eyelids, a good curler should have enough quality to be used by everyone. In the case of Shinseido’s Maquillage Edge Free Eyelash Curler and the Anna Sui Eyelash Curler, they were fairly easy for those with single eyelids to use, but quite unusable for those with double eyelids.

For those with double eyelids, Noble’s Separate Comb Lash Curler can handle the volume of your luscious lashes. However, those with single eyelids or sparse lashes will have time gripping your lashes on the first try.

We also weren’t sure how we felt about the finish that Kai’s KOBAKO Eyelash Curler (Center Curl) gave us. As its name implies, it only curled the center of our eyelashes. If you’re going for more of a cutesy or adorable look, however, this could be a useful tool for you.

Problematic Rubber Pads

Problematic Rubber Pads

Some eyelash curlers, like the Etude House’s My Beauty Tool Eyelash Curler and Kose’s Jill Stuary Eyelash Curler, go a little too soft on the rubber pad. This means it could take a long time to get your eyelashes to the curl level you want because you can’t put enough pressure on them. Or, like with the Sana Power Style Eyelash Curler NA, you could put too much force into your hands and end up with eyelashes that stick straight up.

On the other end of the spectrum are those with rubber pads that are too hard. ELC Japan’s Bobby Brown Eyelash Curler had this quality, and it was easy to end up with 90-degree lashes even putting just a little pressure on them.

Eyelash Curlers That Feel Cheap

Eyelash Curlers That Feel Cheap

While you might not require something super high class, you probably want something that has at least good quality in both appearance and mechanics. For instance, Kai Corporation’s Eyelash Curler had a wide range of motion that made it difficult to hold and also made a slight squeaky sound when opened and closed. We also had trouble figuring out when Kai’s uniquely-shaped KOBAKO Eyelash Curler was actually gripping our lashes or not.

The added spring in Ida Laboratories’ Canmake Eyelash Curler made it difficult to figure out how to use; it took a while before we worked out how to actually lift up our lashes. As for Daiso’s Eyelash Curler, it felt more like a toy than a tool in the sense that it wouldn’t grip our eyelashes at all. It may be only $1.02, but it won’t give you great results.

How We Tested the Eyelash Curlers

We put the 25 most popular eyelash curlers through two tests, each designed to gauge a different factor. One was to gauge the finish of our lashes, and the other was to gauge how the whole product felt to use.

Test ① Finish

Test ① Finish

We asked staff with single eyelids and double eyelids to try each of the 25 eyelash curlers. Tools that made a beautiful finish for both types of eyelids received higher marks. Products marketed towards those with single eyelids had less of a steep lash curve, while those with double eyelids could go sky high or less steep if they want to.

Test ② How it Felt to Use

Test ② How it Felt to Use

We also asked our testers to gauge how easy it was to handle and use the eyelash curlers. We found that curlers with a wide range of motion were difficult to control, and the consistency of the rubber pad had to be just right – not too soft, but not too hard.

We also took into account the width of the curler; tools with a wide curve were great for single eyelids or almond-shaped eyes, but those with double eyelids found it difficult to grab onto their lashes due to the pronounced curve of their eyes.

Tips on How to Choose an Eyelash Curler – Buying Guide

Here are three big things to look out for.

① Compare the Width of Your Eyes with the Width of the Curler

① Compare the Width of Your Eyes with the Width of the Curler

If you don’t know the width of your eyelashes, maybe you should take a measuring tape to them before purchasing an eyelash curler. A good curler for you will get the job done with just one squeeze, but if the width of the tool doesn’t match the width of your lash line, it will only cost you more effort.

Single Eyelids Should Go for a Slight Curve, While Double Eyelids for a Deep Curve

Single Eyelids Should Go for a Slight Curve, While Double Eyelids for a Deep Curve

Eyelash curlers also have different degrees of curve, just like your eyes do. Those with double eyelids or deep-set eyes should go for a deeper curve, while those with single eyelids or almond-shaped eyes will find a curler with a slight curve easier to use.

② Choose a Type of Tool That Will Be Easy for You to Use: Orthodox, Spring, Partial, or Hot?

② Choose a Type of Tool That Will Be Easy for You to Use: Orthodox, Spring, or Hot?

As you may have noticed in the ranking, eyelash curlers come in different types as well as different shapes. Do a little open-and-shut test to find out which type is easier for you to handle. Orthodox types (pictured above) are the standard of eyelash curlers. They grab onto your lashes and you control the level of curve with your own power. This type is versatile enough for most eye types to use.

Spring types do most of the work for you using a spring rather than your own strength.

Spring types do most of the work for you using a spring rather than your own strength. These are well-suited for those who have trouble knowing how much pressure to apply to get the amount of curve they want.

Partial curlers are great for those who can't find a full-size curler that fits their eye shape.

Partial curlers are great for those who can’t find a full-size curler that fits their eye shape. Any eye shape is suited for a partial curler, but it requires a bit more work if you’re curling all of your lashes. This tool is also useful for giving already-curled lashes an extra curl.

There are also hot eyelash curlers that use heat to curl your lashes and keep their shape.

There are also hot eyelash curlers that use heat to curl your lashes. These are great tools to have because they keep your lashes curled for hours without losing their shape. Though we haven’t reviewed any hot eyelash curlers in this article, we have a buying guide specifically for these devices coming out soon!

③ Look for Eyelash Curlers that Come with Extra Rubber Pads

③ Look for Eyelash Curlers that Come with Extra Rubber Pads

Eyelash curlers are often priced not only according to the tool itself, but also to how many extra rubber pads it contains. Extended use of eyelash curlers will lead to the wearing down of the rubber, so a replacement will be necessary at some point.

Most eyelash curlers either have extra pads included or sell them separately. However, there are some that don’t sell extra pads; consider if these ones are really worth the purchase, because you may not be able to use it for very long.

Looking for Other Eye Makeup Products? Take a Look at These

You’ve got the eyelashes curled, and now it’s time to complete your look (or take it off). We have even more recommendations to make your eyes always look gorgeous.

Summary

We rounded up members from our editing department, purchased the 25 most popular Japanese eyelash curlers, and tested them all.

We learned that the best of the best eyelash curlers are suited for those with single eyelids and double eyelids. They don’t have too wide of a range of motion, and their rubber pads are just the right consistency to make a curl without much effort. Pay attention to these factors, along with the shape of your eye, when you embark on your search for your perfect eyelash curler.

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