Although I love tweezerman tweezers, I bought the really pointy version because the store that I went to was out of the original one I bought. I think these are too pointy as they make it kind of hard to tweeze hair plus I have pinched myself and notice that because the end is so pointed it harder to work with. I will stick to the original tweezerman that I had purchased which by the way was EXCELLENT!
Forget diamonds! These are a woman's best friend! :D These are the BEST tweezers I have ever owned. They save so much time, because they get the job done right the first time. NO having to try time and time again to get that one little annoying stray hair - this thing grips the smallest hairs tightly! I think the price is excellent considering the quality of the product. Couldn't ask for a better tweezer. Period.
As far as I'm concerned you cannot pay too much money for a pair of tweezers. If I did not pluck my brows on daily basis, I would look like Groucho Marks. So I count on tweezers that have a dead-on pitbull-like grip. Tweezerman is the best readily available tool that is well engineered and made. The slants are the best. I put 1 for price, b/c I don't see these as expensive given their quality and endurance.
I don't know what I would do without these; they are in a class of excellence far above that of any other tool I have used.
I used regular slant tweezers for years, then I discovered these... and they're so much better. I like having the option of using either the slant side or the point. I've largely been using the pointed end because it allows for such perfect precision, and I'm pretty fanatical about my brows. These are sharp and lightweight. My only complaint is that I've pinched myself a couple of times with the slanted side, but I think I was just being lazy and let them slip (I don't blame it on the tweezers, though it did hurt!)
I've been using this miracle tool for a while and I would recommend it to anybody who's serious about their eyebrow grooming. It's easy to use and especially good at plucking short hairs without pulling out the wrong ones! It was pricy but well worth it as it would last ages Mine is cute and pink, what else a girl would want! Brilliant!
Agree with a lot of other MUAers that these are the best tweezers money can buy. They're worth forking out for, and I will never ever buy cheap tweezers again! Not that I'd need to anyway: Tweezerman seem to last for years...
Hmmm. I am kinda torn on this product. I've been wanting these FOREVER and finally bought a cute pink pair at Sephora. They are lighter then I was expecting and for some reason feel kinda cheap to me. They are indeed sharp and have a nice pointed angle and do grab the hairs nicely. But I dont know if its just me or what but these seem to hurt alot more than other tweezers. I also shape my brows myself so my skin is used to tweezing. I've been using Revlons pointed tweezers for years with just fine results. Tweezerman works ok but for $20 I dont think I would repurchase, my other ones seem to work just as well but with less ouchies.
Best Tweezers ever. Can do very precise shaping. I keep them in the original package with the cover on. They've not needed sharpened since I bought them four years ago, but Tweezerman does offer to sharpen them for free if you mail them in.
When I got these (as a MU newbie), I was shocked at the price--but now I know they are so worth it. Anytime I misplace these, I am miserable, so I would rebuy in a heartbeat if necessary.
These grip extremely well, and although I am embarrassed to admit it, the sharp point means they work well for (very careful) pore extraction, if necessary (not that I'm recommended this technique). DH loves these too. The best tweezers money can buy, in my opinion. continued >>