Monday, July 13, 2009
It’s not a lash curler.
It’s not nail clippers.
It’s not even a toothbrush.
On the size and tip: I like a shorter tweezer – you can get closer to the mirror, allowing for even greater precision. They do come in a “regular” size, though, so that shouldn’t be of any worry to you! Pick which ever one you prefer. And as for the tip? I prefer a slant tip, simply because they’re the most versitile. Point tweezers can only be used on ingrowns, and flat-top tweezers can only be used on larger hairs and larger areas, so these were the right fit for me!
What’s great: These are honestly the best tweezers I’ve ever come by. Now, that doesn’t include crazy high end ones – but who can actually afford to blow $100 on tweezers, for crying out loud?! Go feed a small nation for a month instead. They’re super-precise, so it’s easy to pull out little brow hairs that other tweezers can’t reach. Even better is the fact that when they dull, you can send them in for free sharpening! Now that’s a deal. As long as you don’t lose these babies, they’ll be with you forever!
(You better not go about losing them. Would you leave your baby in your one-night-stand’s bathroom?! Exactly. Don’t do it.)
The verdict? Do I even need to say it? Buy, buy, buy. I’d even pick these up if they’re not on sale (though if they are, even better!) Yes, folks. They’re that good.
They’re give-up-chocolate-for-a-month good.
We mean buisness.