Beauty Bloggerati Spotlight: Tweezerman

Top makeup artists recommend the award-winning Tweezerman Slant® Tweezer for expert brow shaping. The perfectly aligned, hand-filed slanted tips grab every hair, every time with exact precision. This holiday season, tweezing aficionados and novices alike will adore these festive Tweezerman stocking stuffers at a range of prices:

The Petite Tweeze® Set ($25) contains smaller versions of the Slant® and Point® Tweezers, which are ideal for grooming on the go.

The Special Edition Polka Dot Swarovski® Crystal Slant® Tweezers ($40) are adorned with delicate Swarovski crystals to add a hint of glamour to the everyday. Available in Midnight Sky, Signature Red or Neon Pink.

The new Winter Print Mini Slant® Holiday Tweezers ($15) are the perfect holiday beauty treats, are petite enough to fit in the palm of your hand and come decorated with either a snowflake or star motif in shades of red, blue or green.

Special Offer! Get 10% off your entire order at Get free shipping when you spend $40, and a free gift when you spend $75.

5 thoughts on “Beauty Bloggerati Spotlight: Tweezerman”

  1. I used to feel the same way about Tweezerman until I discovered the cult brand Rubis’ Slant Tweezers. Tweezerman don’t make their own, they buy them in from multiple suppliers in Asia and I have found the quality to vary massively. Rubis are Swiss and they have made tweezers for the famed Swiss watch industry for 80 years (Rolex, Patek Phillippe etc.). They started making beauty implements 25 years ago and use the same skilled workers for both sides of their business, hand finishing each tweezer for perfect alignment.

    I am blond so have VERY fine hairs which need very precise implements to trap them without breakage and the Rubis Slant Tweezers are definitely the best I have found.


    1. Hi Alexia! I was able to see Rubis Tweezers at CosmoProf in Paris last year and they looked great but I haven’t been able to try them. I have also heard raves about them before. For some reason, I have a hard time spending $50 on something like tweezers but not on makeup…go figure. 🙂

  2. Everyone has their blind spot when it comes to price, mine is anti-ageing serums. I only know the price in ££ which is around £19, about 20% more than Tweezerman. Mind you as long as you don’t drop them on their head they are meant to last a lifetime, something you rarely get in a product.

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