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Eyebrow tweezers - what should you look for?How can you recognise a good pair of eyebrow tweezers? Well, the answer isn?t that difficult: You should be able to pluck eyebrows easily and remove fine hairs. If you can do that, then you?ve found a high-quality pair of tweezers. The tips of the tweezers are also a good indicator. If you push them together without too much effort, the tips should close precisely without a visible crack.
We recommend buying a pair of eyebrow tweezers made from stainless steel, since these are precisely cut at the tips and won?t corrode (or rust).
Remos eyebrow tweezers - various colours...We stock speciality eyebrow tweezers in various designs. The Remos stainless steel tweezers are non-corrosive and available in a variety of colours. All coloured tweezers have a rubber coating which ensures secure hold and means they also look stylish. Those who don?t want a rubber coating should opt for the satin model.
....Shape and sizeThe ?Remos stainless steel eyebrow tweezers? have precisely polished tips that will help you grab even the finest hairs. Plucking your eyebrows will be child's play. The eyebrow tweezers are also available in a 6.5 cm long mini version (the larger tweezers are 9 cm long). The Remos eyebrow tweezers with rounded edges are also available in stainless steel; these are particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin or diabetics. The claw-shaped model is another popular variation.
Beauty tricks for great eyebrows - get the hang of pluckingPeople say that true beauty can?t be tarnished. But the wrong eyebrow shape can be very unflattering. Overplucked, underplucked, not plucked at all - these are all to be avoided if you want a flattering and harmonious look. If you pay attention to a few things when plucking, cosmetic faux pas will be a thing of the past and those little hairs over your eyes will be really eye-catching, in the best sense of the word.
The perfect eyebrow shapeThe perfect eyebrow shape depends on your face shape. An angular arch can make a round face appear more striking, whereas a curved brow can soften a square face. It?s important to retain the general eyebrow shape as far as possible, because this is what will suit you best.
It?s just as important to only pluck from under the eyebrows - the hairs from the upper part of the eyebrows should never be removed. Generally, the brow should start following a perpendicular line from the nostril and the highest point of the brow should be in line with the pupil when looking straight ahead.
The perfect eyebrow should end on a line drawn from the nostril to the outer corner of the eye. Eyebrow stencils can help beginners find the perfect shape.
The plucking processVery few people have naturally perfectly shaped eyebrows, but the cosmetically adept among us can reach for the tweezers and pluck those little hairs into shape. Before getting starting it can be helpful to press an ice cube onto the area you want to pluck to ease the pain slightly.
It?s also a good idea to stretch the area with the unwanted hair using your index finger and middle finger. This means the skin is less elastic and it?s easier and less painful to remove hairs.
The tweezers themselves should be comfortable to hold and should be slightly angled at the front. Tweezers shaped in this way ensure that you can easily pluck out the unwanted hairs from the root and also prevent them from growing back against the grain. To get the perfect results, special brushes and brow powders can be used at the very end.
Plucking your eyebrows with the eyebrow tweezers - brief instructions
The following are brief instructions detailing what to bear in mind when plucking eyebrows:
- Grab the hair as close as possible to the root and ideally remove in the direction of the hair growth
- The plucking motion should be short and fast
- After plucking your eyebrows you can cool and disinfect any irritation.
- Remove dirt and hair from the tweezers. The tweezers should always be kept in the included protective case.
You can send your tweezers back to us to be sharpened (€5.40 + return shipping).