Throughout my teenage years I was always buying tweezers to pluck away stray hairs and attempting to style my unruly brows. I went from a cheap pair of Boots ones, through mid-range and eventually invested in a decent pair of Tweezermans. The difference is like comparing a bottle of sparkling Cava to a luxurious bottle of the finest Champagne – a little bit insulting! The experience of using Tweezerman tools has never let me go back to a cheaper range and the panic on my face when I’ve mislaid my pair is somewhat comparable to entering The Hunger Games. Quality hand-crafted tips make these exceptionally precise, with some calling them the best tools in the world bar none.
Made with stainless steel and weighing a fair bit without being too heavy to use, these are really quite sharp – they grab the hair every single time, removing it swiftly and effectively for minimum pain and fuss. They come in classic styles, decorated with timely designs, as well as more precise tips if you really want to get close to the hair root. I don’t know a makeup artist that doesn’t use these or thoroughly recommend them, nor a beauty blogger that wouldn’t sing their praises. If you’re new to the range and don’t want to invest a chunk in the full sized versions, they also come in ‘mini’ for a taster of the goodness to come. These cute little ones are perfect for quick ‘touch ups’ or for taking away with you and how I was first introduced to Tweezerman. If you need a good plucking (snigger) then these are definitely your first port of call.
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