Tweezerman Ambassador Programme

I have been asked to be a part of the Tweezerman Ambassador Programme, which means you’ll be seeing quite a bit of them from now on! To start with, I was sent a bundle of things to try out and review, to get a feel for Tweezerman and report back with my thoughts. I’ve probably tried Tweezerman before back when I didn’t take note of brands, but now I know who they are, what they’re about and had the chance to really try out the brand, I am sold! An amazing array of products came through the post and below you can find out my thoughts, the price and where to buy….
Tweezerman Ambassador Programme
Slant Tweezers at £20.95
Forget about the price tag as these are seriously worth it, probably, if not the best tweezers I have ever used and I know a lot of other people agree. These are definitely built to last and of course, they do a really good job of plucking eyebrows out precisely too. They’re even award winning, which says it all!

 

Neon Filemates at £6 for 3

 

 

I actually really love the fact that this comes in a protective case and is neon so it will stand out in your bag. It’s a really good file at not a bad price either, definitely an all round good buy.
Classic Lash Curler at £16
Everyone needs a high quality lash curler. There is honestly nothing worse than buying cheap eyelashes curler and one day coming to use them to hear the crunch of your own eyelashes be cut off. This actually does happen, this happened to me. I would now tell anyone to invest in a decent pair and these are just that, the pads should be replaced every 3 months and the actual curlers every year, so, when you think about it, it’s really not a lot of money to invest.

Folding iLash Comb at £9.50
Lash combs never work the way we want them to, they don’t separate lashes with mascara on without taking the majority of the mascara with them, and leaving you with rubbish eye makeup. Instead, I use these when grooming eyebrows but they’re seriously sharp, I’m not entirely sure why, which is why I haven’t reached for them much and I wouldn’t actually recommend them.

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Brow Shaping Scissors & Brush at £22
These scissors have seriously not left my side to sort out my eyebrows or Alfie’s since they came through the door. The angle is amazing, the precision is shockingly good and it means that you can trim really precisely. Overall, an amazing buy and definitely a must have for anyone!Pushy & Nail Cleaner at £15
A very high quality, but it doesn’t work any differently to cheaper ones on the market, but it will certainly last a lot longer. If you use one a lot, it’s worth the investment, but if you don’t, grab a cheaper one.

Browmousse at £11
I was actually really excited when I saw this, as I thought that it might be an eyebrow enhancing and growing treatment but unfortunately, it’s not. Instead it’s simply a clear mascara that dries rock solid to keep brows in place all day. It’s actually a decent brow gel and a good buy if you have big and unruly brows that you need to keep in a certain position.
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Grip and Snip Spring Cuticle Nipper at £30
They seem ridiculously pricey, but the design of these alone is amazing and enough to have made me want to try them. They are seriously amazing and make cutting your cuticles so much easier as they are precise, sharp and accurate. I’ve even used these to cut my toes as I went a little overboard and wanting to play with them more. I am seriously impressed and they’re well worth the price tag!

 

Have you tried Tweezerman products before? What did you think?

This post features PR samples unless otherwise stated. For more details, read my disclaimer here.

 

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