I’ve been a huge fan of Tweezerman since I started doing my own eyebrows and now have three of them- one in my bag, one at home and another next to my computer. In particular, I’m a huge fan of their award winning slant tweezers and apparently so is Allure magazine because they’ve named them the ‘Best of Beauty’ winners for 10 years. In addition to this, TotalBeauty.com named the mini tweezers the winner of their 2012 awards.
Tweezerman Tweezer Review
So what makes Tweezerman slant tweezers so great? To start with I love the colors that they offer as well as their selection of special edition and highly decorative tweezers. The ones that I was given to review have a gorgeous red and green rose design on a black background with the name of the brand stamped on the sides. It’s a very pretty and playful design.
The best thing about Tweezerman tweezers is the quality. They are made from either stainless steel or stainless steel with an enamel finish which means that they will last for years to come. It’s also the reason that they work so well. They can easily grasp the thinnest and shortest of hairs in a quick and painless manner (By painless, I mean that even though the slanted edges are sharp they will not damage your skin. The pain you may feel while pulling the hair out is another story).
There’s one more thing that I love about Tweezerman tweezers, or perhaps I should say Tweezerman as a company, and that is that they care about the environment. If you purchase one of their limited edition Go Green slant tweezers they will donate $1.00 of each sale to the National Arbor Day Foundation. With every sale a new tree will be planted to help the foundation and the planet plant, nurture and celebrate trees.
Tweezerman tweezers are sold for $25 on average which is more than other tweezers but well worth the price because these tweezers are made to last. In a sense you can consider them to be a long term beauty investment. If you’re wondering about where to buy Tweezerman tweezers, you can either head to your local drug store or go to http://www.tweezerman.com/
Have you tried any products from Tweezerman? How was your experience with them?