For best results, plucking eyebrows should be done after showering, while the hairs are soft and follicles are open. Pull hairs in the direction of growth. Cosmetologists recommend stepping back from your mirror periodically to get an overall view of your face so you don't over-pluck. How to use: Pull the skin between the hair follicle taut, not tight. Tweeze hairs parallel to the direction of their growth (pull to the right on right-sided brows, the left on left-sided brows) Pay attention to speed. Rapid movements equal less pain. If you're sensitive to pain, ice the area after you've removed all of the offending strands (hairs fall out easier with warm skin).
Especially made for grooming eyebrows. For a precise hold on thicker individual hairs and for ingrown hairs. These are beautifully designed tweezers. The jaws meet perfectly for a sure grip, and the shape and matte finish of the handles make them easy to hold and manipulate precisely. Made from medical-quality stainless steel, these tweezers will never rust or tarnish, and are easy to keep antiseptically clean.