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Eyebrow tweezers??

(17 Posts)
cardamomginger Wed 10-Apr-13 15:47:25

Mine have completely disappeared. They were very old, so it's been years since I've bought any. What's good these days??
Thank you!

Nombrechanger Wed 10-Apr-13 15:57:22

I guarantee you will not be disappointed with Rubis tweezers.

They are fantastic and I have had them for 10 years or more.

NettoSuperstar Wed 10-Apr-13 15:58:32


OneLittleLady Wed 10-Apr-13 15:58:33

I've got a fab set from Ruby & Millie. Picked them up in Boots for around the six pound mark. Perfectly slanted, good grip for even the shortest of hairs.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Wed 10-Apr-13 15:58:54

Tweezerman are excellent.

timidviper Wed 10-Apr-13 15:59:41

I also have Ruby & Millie and find them excellent

FoxyRevenger Wed 10-Apr-13 16:07:48

Tweezerman. Mine are ace. Get them along with a really good magnifying mirror. You'll be shocked at the amount of previously invisible hairs! Or is that just me...

FoxyRevenger Wed 10-Apr-13 16:07:49

Tweezerman. Mine are ace. Get them along with a really good magnifying mirror. You'll be shocked at the amount of previously invisible hairs! Or is that just me...

cardamomginger Wed 10-Apr-13 16:19:11

Slanted tip? Pointed tip? Another kind of tip (if there is one)?

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 10-Apr-13 16:25:38

I've got a couple of Tweezermans but one pair is chunkier (they were in a travel case so I keep them as back-up)
Mister Mascara pair too, not bad.
It's worth paying a bit more for GOOD tweezers.

And a good magnifying mirror definately.

I use a narrow slanted tip, IIRC pointed ones are for single very stubborn hairs (you know when you get one that is very visible under the skin but too short to grab).

Has anyone tried SHAVATA tweezers?

Allthingspretty Wed 10-Apr-13 16:32:27

Tweezerman are on tjree for two at the mo an boots along with some other stuff.

TerrysNo2 Wed 10-Apr-13 16:35:00

Does anyone know a painfree alternative to tweezers, thats what I need!!

<sorry for hijack OP!>

cardamomginger Wed 10-Apr-13 16:37:52

Thanks. Had a look at Tweezerman and Rubis. All the slanted tips seem to be the same dimensions, or am I missing something?
Hijack away Terrys! Doubt there is a pain free alternative to tweezers - it's a hell of a lot less painful that threading that I do every couple of months!

shrimponastick Wed 10-Apr-13 17:08:47

I bought Tweezerman - with the slanted tips- over 10 years ago, and they are still perfect. I balked at paying £11 or whatever they were - but they are def the best at sorting out DH's rampant brows and random ear hairs smile

Allthingspretty Wed 10-Apr-13 17:21:21

Jml beauty trimmer has little attachmenrs i think that could be to do your brows

cardamomginger Wed 10-Apr-13 17:26:54

OOhh yes!!! I LOVE plucking DH's ear hairs grin!

EggbertShellyandYoko Wed 10-Apr-13 18:27:38

I bought some Avon ones that were on offer to take on holiday last year and have ended up using them more than any other pair - think they are £5 at the moment in current brochure.

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