Dior Diorshow Heat Curl Heating Lash Curler Review

We all love how eyeshadows enhance our eyes but don’t you agree that nicely curled eyelashes can also make a huge difference? You’re probably already using a lash curler and all kinds of mascaras, volumizing, lengthening, curling… everything you can think of to emphasize those lashes. How about giving them another boost by stretching them to the maximum?

Dior brings us yet another secret weapon from its Diorshow backstage, Heat Curl Heating Lash Curler, to help us achieve the perfectly curved lashes.

Diorshow’s Heat Curl Heating Lash Curler will be available for $25 starting February, 2012. You can contact Anelia Shivachev at Dior Palazzo boutique (702)-734-1102 for details.

This heating lash curler comes with 2 settings of heat capability with a simple push of the on button. It can be used before mascara to prep the lashes or after mascara for a long lasting hold. When used after the mascara application, it warms up the mascara’s formula so it becomes more fluid. The result is more evenly coated lashes and a refined precise look. The gentle heat also optimizes the treatment benefits of some Diorshow mascaras, for example damage repair Diorshow Extase.

Enclosed in the box is the heating lash curler, cleaning brush, AAA battery, and instructions. The curler is made of lightweight metal, sleek and easy to carry around.

The way to install the battery is to pull the to part out of the metal body and insert the battery in the empty slot.

To turn it on just switch the botton upwards one or two notches, and the light will turn red. At the same time, on the back of the curling wand both indicators will gradually turn green once it’s ready to use. See the top indicator is black and the bottom one already turned green. The whole heating process takes only one minute or two.

Here is the details on the wand, as you can see there is a heat coil slightly propped up. The center is designed slightly higher than the sides for easy application.

After usage make sure to clean out excess mascara residue with the included brush.

Dior’s heating lash curler is as easy as 1-2-3. The concept is simple and the result is perfection. While I used it, I found that my mascara is evenly applied and the lashes do look more curled and stay curled much longer. I love to add this step to my regular lash makeup routine and the difference is well worth the extra time. Another great thing about this curler is that the heat is gentle and safe to the eyes.

This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR. All reviews are expressed with complete honesty. For more information, please read my full disclosure here.

13 Responses to Dior Diorshow Heat Curl Heating Lash Curler Review

  1. Cecil December 30, 2011 at 5:26 AM

    Have you tried Panasonic’s heat lash curler? I was wondering if these are the same. I don’t want to spend the extra cash if it isn’t worth it.

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    • admin December 31, 2011 at 5:25 PM

      This one has two heat levels. Panasonic doesn’t if I recall correctly.

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  2. eMickey December 30, 2011 at 8:17 AM

    This is on my list for my Valentines gift.

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  3. Larie December 30, 2011 at 1:17 PM

    I kind of want one!

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  4. ERica Z December 30, 2011 at 8:42 PM

    I must have!

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  5. Airin January 1, 2012 at 8:51 AM

    Do you know if it comes close to burning the eye lids? It seems a bit scary.

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    • admin January 2, 2012 at 5:33 AM

      With any type of heat tools, you should be careful. Use a mirror and don’t do it in the car ^^. But to your question, it does NOT burn the eye lids!

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  6. Debbie January 1, 2012 at 1:04 PM

    Cant wait to try this out!

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  7. Lavonne March 2, 2012 at 2:36 PM

    Hi, I have this and the second dot never turns green, are both dots supposed to turn green? or is the top dot merely a comparison to the green dot? I am very confused, maybe i got a defective one.

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    • admin March 3, 2012 at 12:08 AM

      On my heat lash curler, both dots turn green. I am assuming it’s some kind of heat sensitive material. Maybe you didn’t wait long enough?

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  8. Jud1234 March 24, 2012 at 3:53 PM

    Its amaziing!! And its only 25 dlls LADIES DONT BE SOOO CHEAP’
    Ur face is ur business card

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  9. Emily April 12, 2012 at 8:56 AM

    I bought one of these, I know they give instructions, but I still seem to struggle with knowing the best way to get the maximum result… any suggestions?

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    • admin April 17, 2012 at 4:32 AM

      Hi Emily, this is what I usually do. Before I put on mascara, I’d use a metal lash curler to pre curl the lashes. Then I apply 2 coats of mascara to the upper and bottom lashes. The last step I use the heated lash curler to set the curls especially focusing on the roots so it lasts all day. This also prevents smudging. Hope it helps. Let me know if this works for you.

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