24.11.14

Who Knew Tweezerman Did So Much (Non-Tweezer Related) Stuff?

Since I was first made aware of the importance of eyebrows to the overall look of your face, I've been a little bit obsessed with tweezers. For years I purchased cheap and cheerful tools that I'd have to replace every six weeks because they quickly became blunt and ineffective; although I'd always been told Tweezerman were the best in terms of quality, it took me years to part with serious cash for my very own pair. In my opinion, the quality of Tweezerman tweezers is second to none - they're incredibly precise, sharp and easy to use, lasting for as long as you need them to. (I've had my original pair for nearly ten years and they're still going strong!) Although they do oodles of tweezers in hundreds of sizes and designs (the real reason I have about eight pairs that do the same thing,) I was really surprised to find that they do so much more than a bog standard tweezer. When this huge package of goodies landed on my desk I couldn't help but gasp at the sheer variety of products within their repertoire, proving their value as a serious and professional beauty tool brand.


The classic shaped tweezer is great at nipping out little hairs that ruin the overall look of your brow, keeping it groomed to perfection. However, sometimes hairs can be super small, fluffy or even ingrown - famous for its precision, the Point Tweezer features perfectly aligned hand-finished, ultra sharp pointed tips that grab the smallest and finest hairs with ease to tackle this problem. Tweezerman also offer a variety of brow tools and brushes (including Brow Mousse which helps to add colour and definition,) great for channeling your inner Cara Delevingne and ensuring your brows have serious style and volume. However, it's the nail tools that are really interesting and exciting, offering a whole new category of care to Tweezerman fans new and old.

Including some of the best nail clippers I've ever tried in two different sizes (great for that ugly unnecessary toe clipping task,) offering precision and care for both men and women, their nail care range is surprisingly expansive. They offer everything from slanted scissors, nail files, four-sided buffers, metal cuticle sticks and the most funky looking cuticle shaper I've ever seen... This springy pink tear-shaped 'Grip and Snip Spring Cuticle Nipper' tool actually helps to delicately and precisely clip away at excess cuticles around the nail to ensure your manicure looks picture perfect. It looks a little scary, but the rounded springy base makes it easy and comfortable to use.

Tweezerman offer such fabulous quality at reasonable prices that it's definitely worth having a rummage around their website to understand the sheer volume of beauty tools they offer. I would thoroughly recommend investing in a pair of their tweezers (or two,) knowing that that £20.00 will keep your brows looking perfect for years to come. If you're also really keen on keeping your hands looking top-notch, then skipping your monthly manicure and investing in some tools instead could provide the long-term benefit you're looking for. A brand that's so iconic for one product, Tweezerman have so much more to offer; they're definitely not a one-trick pony.

Are you a fan of Tweezerman? Have you ever invested in a pair of their classic tweezers?


Have a look at the sheer variety of products on offer on the Tweezerman website: www.tweezerman.co.uk
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5 comments

  1. I received a pack of Tweezerman nailfiles in my stocking last year at christmas and wow they are seriously heavy duty and effective...still going strong a year on! Definitely going to have to check out their other product offerings,

    X Emma | www.missemmacharlotte.com

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  2. I've had my Primark tweezers for over a year and they work just fine? I don't have full eyebrows so that might have to do with it. One pro of having pretty much nonexistent brows. x

    WOMANOUK (beauty and portrait drawings)

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  3. Tweezerman eyelash curlers are the best I've used! Granted I haven't used Shu Uemura or Chanel, which I've heard great things about, but I don't feel I need to step away from the Tweezerman ones, they're that good! x

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  4. I really want to try Tweezerman tweezers! x

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  5. These look so professional! Sadly, I don't own any of their products yet but surely adding them to my wish list.

    Regards,
    D, x

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