A moisture-rich styling cream With a water cream texture that adapts to create a curly or satin look Provides texture, structure &...... more
A moisture-rich styling cream With a water cream texture that adapts to create a curly or satin look Provides texture, structure & definition Adds natural shine & lavish touch Infused with fragrance of soft green petal floral To use: Apply to towel-dried hair before styling with a blow dryer, fingers or curling iron
ShuUemura Art of Hair TasaiCream is a Versatile Styling Cream formulated with Black Sugar, revered in Japan for its...... more
ShuUemura Art of Hair TasaiCream is a Versatile Styling Cream formulated with Black Sugar, revered in Japan for its fortifying virtues.This versatile Tasai Styling Cream offers texture, structure and definition to all hair types, as well as softness and shine for a lavish touch.With a water-cream texture, TasaiCream can create either smoothness or provide curl definition.TasaiCream adapts to many styles with varied hold, due to its cumulative, layered application.Fragrance: Soft Green Petal Floral.Ideal for: All Hair Types.
Advantages: Great curl, easy to use Disadvantages: No spares, cost
...the eyelashes, a bit more oomph and staying power would be good.
After realising that my last pair weren't doing their job any longer, I decided to invest in a more expensive curl. Heated curlers were out as I'd tried two different types in the past and found them to be worse than useless. I'd read about Shu Uemura in magazines and thought I'd give them a go as they're supposed to be the best there is...
Advantages: it curls lashes Disadvantages: It pulls out lashes and takes off mascara, costly
...£20 device I spotted a £1.50 eyelash curled in Bodycare, I was amazed! It looked exactly like the £20 one I'd bought some 12 months previous!
Overall, I would opt for the cheaper bodycare version you may get less use out of it (6 months) but if you have to buy 2 a year that is £3 saving you a total of £17! I enjoyed using the Shu Uemura implement despite the disadvantages I previously noted...