When out and about, and searching for new tweezers, do you get overwhelmed? Are you ever wondering why there are multiple types and shapes and styles?
Much like everything else in our wonderful industry, a lot of toys can also cause a lot of confusion.
Here is the low-down on the main types of tweezers...
The Slant TipThis is the most common style of tweezer tip that you see. It is great with brows because of the ease in which it can grab the hairs. Some prefer it to grab and apply their false lashes, too. This is a great all-purpose style to keep in your kit.
The Flat TipThe Flat Tip is not good for brows as they grab too much at once. Many of us can attest to that mistake in our teens. However, these are great for applying those falsies and other delicate applications as they provide the best control of the lashes.
Claw TipThe arch of the claw will allow you a little more visibility of what you have a grasp of. These are good for tougher areas you may want to tweeze like hairlines or intimates.
The Point TipWhile these may be intimidating - and, should take some practice - they are wonderful at tiny hairs, ingrown hairs, and splinters.
These are also great for adding small stones to nail art or special makeup projects.