Shu Uemura is leaving, so what eyelash curler will you reach for now?
So long, Shu Uemura. Your products will be missed, especially your eyelash curler.
If you haven’t heard, Shu is exiting the United States. Years ago, the Japanese brand carried prestige power. L’Oreal bought it a decade ago and expanded the line in upscale stores across the country.
Now L’Oreal says it will concentate on building other brands in its stable. Shu’s focus will be in Asia, but the products still can be ordered online at www.shuuemura.com.
So, Shu eyelash curler fans, what are you going to do? Order online or find a worthy replacement? In my column in Thursday’s Mood, I mentioned two curlers that retailers like.
If you’ve found an eyelash curler that you love, share it with us. And hurry. Those last few Shu curlers in the stores are going fast.
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