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Shu Uemara eyelash curlers - where can I get them?

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70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 19-Nov-14 13:25:21

I'm going up to London next week for a pre-Christmas nosey about.
Where can I get Shu Uemara curlers?
I want to have a look IRL, rather than online.

My BodyShop ones have reached the end of their road I'm afraid <<sadface>>

TIA smile

WowOoo Wed 19-Nov-14 13:29:15

Fenwicks usually have them.

Steben Wed 19-Nov-14 14:00:50

Harvey nicks def stock them!

SofaCanary Wed 19-Nov-14 14:07:07

Selfridges too.

MrsBertMacklin Wed 19-Nov-14 14:08:05

Liberty stock them, too.

SofaCanary Wed 19-Nov-14 14:10:54

Has anyone here got them, are they really as good as they say? Also the cleansing oil, am vair tempted.

Sorry for mini hijack!!

MrsCampbellBlack Wed 19-Nov-14 14:32:19

I love them and got a new pair via amazon recently as had lost mine.

MakeMeWarmThisWinter Wed 19-Nov-14 15:15:48

I use the cleansing oil as my Christmas treat, it's lovely for dry / combination skin, seriously gorgeous. It is pricey but I've never found a cheaper product that is so nice. You squeeze one squeeze of oil into your hands (they recommend two) and massage on to a dry face, then splash off with warm water. Leaves skin so clean, takes makeup off perfectly. Go to a counter if you can as there are several types for different skin types, and it's worth getting a recommendation. The limited edition bottles are gorgeous too but only in the bigger size which I've never splashed out on. I've bought a small bottle the past two Xmases and it's lasted about 3 months of twice daily use.

Jackie0 Wed 19-Nov-14 15:17:16

I got mine in House of Fraser , they are very good.

MakeMeWarmThisWinter Wed 19-Nov-14 15:20:46

Shu cleansing oils - I had the cleansing beauty oil a/i which is the one for dry skin, they recommended it. I also use their hyaluronic acid toner which is lush - this one - their names for products are a bit confusing but this is a toner rather than a moisturiser, they call toners 'lotions' I think .

SofaCanary Wed 19-Nov-14 15:39:11

Ooh, they sound lovely MakeMe, my skin is on the dry side too so that will probably be the one I need to go for. Not heard of the hyluronic toner before but it's on my list too now, damn you! grin

Think I'll go and have a nosey tomorrow, thank you!

southeastastra Wed 19-Nov-14 16:16:49

shu uemura have their own shop in monmouth street, covent garden. It's a fab shop, lots of play with. Selfridges also see them.

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