Wave Buh-bye to Stray Brow Hairs

Monday, May 24, 2010

We’ve all gotten annoyed at one time or another with tweezers that don’t grip the way they should. So toss them out! You can get the end results you desire with what Allure editors have dubbed the “Best of Beauty” winner for the 9th year in a row – Tweezerman.

That’s not the best part. This affordable tweezer has formed a new partnership with Benefit – pulling out those short persistent hairs has just gotten a whole lot easier. Tweezerman, “the beauty tool experts,” and Benefit, known as “the brow authority,” have come together to bring us the ultimate in brow shaping and lash curling tools.

tweezerman-for-benefit-slant-tweezerThe first on the list is the Tweezerman for Benefit Slant Tweezer ($32) – with its perfectly aligned, hand-filed slanted tips it’s sure to grab every hair. It’s a relief to be able to shape your brows without leaving any behind.

tweezerman-for-benefit-pointed-slant-tweezerFor those hard to reach hairs, try Tweezerman for Benefit Pointed Slant Tweezer ($42). With its pointed tip, it allows for the ultimate precision. Pluck, pluck, and pluck some more – just don’t get carried away.

tweezerman-for-benefit-shaping-brushTo keep those strays in place, the Tweezerman for Benefit Shaping Brush ($17) is a practical tool to have on hand. Use this retractable brush through your brows to keep them in shape. Throw it in your purse for retouches later.

tweezerman-for-benefit-procurl-curlerYou can’t have perfectly shaped brows without gorgeous lashes. Use Tweezerman for Benefit ProCurl Curler ($28) to curl your lashes. Gently squeeze down on lashes for about 20 seconds, then apply mascara for a full beautiful look.

Benefit Cosmetics
www.benefitcosmetics.com
Available at select Holt Renfrew locations, Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Boutiques and Murale locations.

Tweezerman charging between $32 and $42 for their tweezers is absolutely rediculous. How do you expect the average person (working on a fixed budget) to afford these prices? You really need to re-think your pricing and come up with a more affordable alternative.

Margaret said on May 24, 2010 12:38 pm

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