Anastasia Of Beverly Hills • Anastasia Tweezers • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||82%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Blue
My first high-quality tweezer; I'm officially hooked. Basically I just agree totally with the review below me. Does the job effortlessly and perfect!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Medium Eyes: Green
I bought into the hype of tweezerman tweezers because I despise cheap tweezers. They're painful and I have to cut atleast half an hour out of my day just to do my brows. Well tweezermans failed to impress me. They were better than cheap ones but not the difference I was looking for so I was desperate for something good. I bought these because I love anastasia and wow, what a difference! They cut 30+ mins into 5 at most. They are ultra precise, never ever lose grip, can grab multiple hairs, and are pain free. These can grab the shortest hairs without pinching my skin, my eyebrows look professionaly done! I've actually recieved compliments on my brows. Plus they are so pretty and if I'm paying that much money I expect nice packaging. I love that they come with a cap because I can keep them in my makeupbag without them scratching up my other products. I said yes to repurchasing but I can't imagine that I'll ever have to.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
HG tweezers- I will never go back to using mediocre, cheaper ones again. My mom has been using the Anastasia tweezers and highly recommended it. I bought it at Sephora for just under $ 30. The price is pretty steep for something so small, but considering how well they work, price is not an issue. I feel that paying a bit more for a quality product-when there is no match- is okay. Tweezerman tweezers go for around $20, so not that much cheaper, and perform quite well, but I really feel that the Anastasia ones do a better job of easily and effectively grabbing little brow hairs The cashier I bought them from explained that he gets his brows done by someone who uses Anastasia tweezers, and that it grabs every little hair, without the need to pull, since they are calibrated at the perfect slant for grabbing each brow hair with ease. He wasn't just talking- I had used my mom's pair before and know how great these tweezers are.. I also have a pair of Tweezerman tweezers, so admittedly, those could have made do, but I was looking for something that was even better. I am picky about anything dealing with brows- I go to threading, and do touch-ups in between visits, and during those times when my eyebrows are pretty messy, and I would just rather clean them up than make the trek over to get my brows professionally done. I highly recommend Anastasia tweezers for anyone- people like me who just clean up brows, as well as professionals.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
While debating between Tweezerman and these my mother's friend stated "I will never buy anything but Anastasia tweezers." That was coming from a woman in her early 60's... With age comes wisdom.
These are made in Italy, which as many of you know Italian made items are generally well made.
They work well, getting the little hairs that are just poking through (I'm very pale, with dark hair so I need to get those little hairs!).
I think you should go treat yourself, they are fabulous!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
I'm a Tweezing Nut! I tweeze my brows daily, and once a week, I bring out the 10x mag mirror to do a major cleanup of brows AND chin hairs. You know what I mean ladies - the blades of grass and straw that grow wirey on your chin and drive you nuts even though most people can't even see them? Yeah, those.
These babies are sharp and grab every little tiny hair - even the ones I can't see with the 10x mag mirror. I have to be careful to not grab chunks of skin when I tweeze because they literally pick up everything. My skin felt so smooth when I was done that it reminded me of when I used to wax.
These were a valuable investment at $28 from Sephora. I wish I had heard of them much much sooner. I have been using Mehaz tweezers for 10 years which are good, but nothing compared to these. I've not used Tweezerman so I can't do a comparison, but definitely recommend these tweezers.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Best tweezers I have ever owned. They are just great quality and have a great spring to them.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have a tweezing problem. I'll be the first to admit it. It is one of my favorite activities in life. I love doing my friends' brows. Therefore, I have TONS of tweezers. This is my favorite because it can grasp the tiny fuzz hairs but the tip is not sharp enough to cut me/snap the hair if I grab too close to the skin. It is worth the price to a tweezaholic like myself!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought a kit with the most necessary stuffs from Anastasia. It was pricey (65 dollars), but I got the tweezers, a brow shadow, brow brush, gel and some eyebrow stencils in the kit in a pink vanity case (everything was worth 80 dollars).
The whole kit made my eyebrows wa-wa-vooom, and i will never go to fix my brows at a salon, i can do it on my own now. The tweezers was great, and i could easily pluck even the tiniest strays. A great tool. But my little cousin have lost it and I cant use other tweezers than Anastasia pink one, so now I got to go and buy and buy a new one. Bye!
UPDATE: Still love these! Now I got three anastasia tweezer since i go crazy when the disappear and run to buy a new on every time!
UPDATE2: Still HG! They only tweezers that can ever touch my brows, all others are banished. This is a problem though, since I have two older sisters who steals these goodies all the time... So I always have to purchase backups. Total, I have spent 100 dollars on these. I've bought 4 and got one left.
UPDATE3: I've raised the packaging to a 5 since it's really cute, baby pink with Anastasia written on it. You also get a little cap so it keeps shut. The box is nice to, but I've threw mine away.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I gave these 2 stars because they are only slightly better than my dull old drugstore tweezers.
I have a pair of Tweezerman tweezers, a few months old, and the brand-new Anastasia tweezers feel dull compared to them. The spring action also feels very stiff so that it's hard to grab the hairs.
The ones I have are described as "mini". I think they are limited edition from the 2009 Nordstrom Anniversary sale. I bought them because the product description said they would not break hairs. Well, this isn't true. They break hairs just like any other tweezers. And even at the "sale" price of $13, I don't consider them a good deal.
If you are shopping for a new pair of tweezers, save your money and buy some Tweezermans. If you're on a tight budget, I would recommed Sonia Kashuk from Target. That's what I used before I got my Tweezermans, and I thought they were a big step up from my Revlon tweezers.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Other, Fine Eyes: Brown
ITA with all of the positive reviews for these tweezers. Great investment for any self-brow plucker.