Once you try Tweezerman - you'll never go back to cheap tweezers again.
At $20.00 (MSRP) they cost a bit more, but are really worth it - very accurate and great for grabbing fine hairs as well as coarser ones.
A good solid investment for any beauty addict.
Once you go Tweezerman (or Mehaz) you can never go back. To cheap tweezers that is.
The single, fine hair precision of pro quality tweezers is the defining factor here. You can get picture perfect brows with Tweezerman. LOVE IT.
the slanted tweezermans are the best tweezers i've ever used. they are great for the eye brows and even gets the tiny baby hairs as well. i've had the same tweezer for the last 4/5 years and it still works great...but tweezermans does offer free sharpening if/when it gets dull.
Perfect - no other tweezer compares. Gets even the tiniest of hairs. With free lifetime sharpening & replacement(sans shipping), why waste your money on anything else!
These can get hairs so tiny they're hardly noticeable. Perfect for amazingly groomed eyebrows. The golden standard of tweezers.
Excellent, worth the splurge. Gets every little hair without tramatising surrounding skin.
I have had my Tweezerman Pointed Slant tweezers for about 7 or 8 years now. They are the absolute PERFECT combination of a pointed tweezer (for short, stubborn hairs) and a slanted tweezer (for general tweezing). I have sent them back to Tweezerman 3x for resharpening (at $5 per sharpen) and on my last return they politely informed me that an implement was broken in my tweezers and they were replacing them for free! Now... that is customer service and they definitely make good on their lifetime warranty. Seriously, for $25, you have tweezers for life. Just keep them sharpened and they will keep you VERY happy! Also, they come in a great plastic, cylindrical case with a cap-- great for protection. I would, however, encourage those who wish to purchase a pair to buy on-line at the tweezerman site and not at Sally's or Beauty Alliance-- the on-line selection is MUCH greater AND you get the great round case.