Eyeko Curvy Brush Mascara

Eyeko Mascara Brushes
As I am sure many of you know Eyeko now only sells eye products such as mascara and eyeliner, which although means we no longer get the nail polishes and other product does make total sense for a brand called ‘Eyeko’. A while back I was invited to their offices to have a look at their ‘mascara wardrobe’ which consist of three different mascaras, with three different brushes to achieve a three different looks. There is a Skinny Brush for ‘tall and long’ lashes, a Curvy brush for ‘Curl & Hold’ as well as a Fat brush for ‘Big & Bold’ Lashes
eyeko curl wand Mascara

Today I am talking about the Curvy Brush for ‘Curl & Hold’ which has a quite unusual brush which looks like three circles. It has Shea butter and keratin which helps condition the lashes and the shape of the brush helps hold the curl and define the lashes.
If you do want drama then this mascara isn’t enough for you however it does define and curl your lashes for a natural look. I like the shape of the brush as it allows you to grip all your lashes and the size gives you a lot of control.

The mascara also comes with a guitar pick which is suppose to be placed above your eye to avoid getting any of the mascara on your eyelid, personally I would never use this, it may be useful for a makeup artist but far too much work for me on a day to day basis.

curl mascara eyeko

eyeko curl mascara
eyeko curvy

This mascara (and all other Eyeko products) is available from Harvey Nichols, the Eyeko Website and ASOS for a pretty pricey £15, I personally think this mascara isn’t worth the money however I will be reviewing the rest of the Eyeko Mascaras very soon so keep an eye out!

Have you tried any Eyeko products?

Sabrina X


  1. June
    3rd February 2012 / 7:26 pm

    I have very mixed feelings about eyeko and how they went from being drugstore, and then getting on their high horse and thinking they are high end because they are sold in harrods. Therefore upping their prices ridiculously. It's not on, the increase in their mascara price is crazy. Yes, it's a good mascara, but going from £8 or whatever to £15 isn't good. Your lashes look great though, just a shame they changed so much.

  2. 3rd February 2012 / 8:00 pm

    I'm surew you can get a similar-if not exact same-effect with cheaper drugstore mascara. Eyeko is not a high ened brand; I still consider it to be a "teenage" makeup brand. Eyeko is a brand I assosciate with my 13 year old self and I haven't bought anything from Eyeko since their rebranding, unfortunatly. 🙁


  3. 3rd February 2012 / 8:01 pm

    Your lashes look amazing!!

  4. 3rd February 2012 / 8:11 pm

    The mascara actually looks really good on your lashes! They should have a waterproof formula. I'd love to try it if they did.

  5. 3rd February 2012 / 9:07 pm

    Woo this looks really beautiful on you. I haven't tried Eyeko since the revamp acouple of years ago and the prices almost doubled!

    • 4th February 2012 / 8:18 pm

      Did you get the liquid or pencil ones? I have a pencil one which I am yet to try X

  6. 4th February 2012 / 11:44 am

    Really great review, such good photos 🙂


  7. 5th February 2012 / 12:28 am

    Eyeko do do good products but I'm totally not into the rebrand and the fact they sell the same products as before but at thrice the price! Love the small writing font on your blog header by the way!


  8. 6th February 2012 / 10:16 am

    Looks great! Would like to try these!

    Love Katrien
    from bowsarecute.blogspot.com

  9. 8th April 2013 / 5:48 pm

    That is a very cool brush! Does that help with preventing clumps? I've been looking for a mascara that works on eyelash extensions!

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