Skip Nav
Spring Fashion
The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Best White T-Shirt of Your Life
Queen Elizabeth II
All of the Queen's Most Amazing Necklaces
Summer Fashion
These 17 Adorable Sandals Look Pricey, but They're All Under $25

Superior Slanted Tweezers

Tweezers are hands-down the most addictive tool I've got in my beauty bag. But tweezing is a laborious process if you aren't using good tweezers. To really groom your eyebrows properly, you need a great pair of slanted tweezers.

To avoid infection and ingrown hairs, it's important to use your tweezers properly. Always tweeze when your pores are open—for instance, after a hot shower—and pull the hairs one-by-one in the direction of your hair growth. Wash your face with cool water when you are done, so as to successfully close your pores. When you're finished, be sure to clean the tweezers with astringent or rubbing alcohol. Here are the slanted tweezers likely to give you the best results.

The favorite tool of both Oprah and Kevyn Aucoin, the Tweezerman Slanted Tweezer rules! This stainless-steel tool has a hand-polished tip that works with high-precision. You can buy these cute pink, lavender, or plain tweezers here for $20 and help support the Breast Cancer Awareness Program.

The budget-friendly e.l.f. Professional Slant Tweezer is constructed from stainless steel and has a great grip, so you can really latch on and remove those unwanted hairs. Buy it here for $1.

To see the rest,

These Sephora Slanted Tweezers are the tweezer of choice in many European and U.S. salons. They are crafted in Switzerland from the highest-quality stainless steel. Buy them here for $40.

This Esthetic Plus Slanted Tweezer is also made from stainless steel and has been created with a special ergonomic design to ensure a sturdy, non-slip grip. Buy it here in eight colors or stainless steel for $22.

Join The Conversation
maryd maryd 10 years
I have the pink tweezermans. They're SO good, they get all the hairs out. The thing that sucks though is that with all the tweezing I do they get worn down. I know they offer free sharpening, but to pay for registered post to the US from here in NZ would cost more than buying new ones off! On that website I pay $25, vs the $60 they charge retail here. Even my mum, who's a total tightarse bought some for herself once she found out how awesome they are :)
My-Opinion My-Opinion 10 years
I got mine at walgreens for 300 pennies.
LaLaLaura LaLaLaura 10 years
Those are a bit pricey (ok, not the dollar one). I have slanted Revlon tweezers that I got at the drugstore. I love them.
siouxsie siouxsie 10 years
oooh i like that smiley jen! is that :ROTFL: ? i was a tomboy..big i had one for building forts and spears and stuff but i couldn't let the boys know i had girlie it was great! ;-)
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
I just stole them off my Dad's swiss army knife, and then put them back when I was done, like the good girl that I was. :rotfl:
siouxsie siouxsie 10 years
nope jen. great minds think alike, eh? :-) plus..they were so easy to just went on my keychain with everything else
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
I used to use those TOO in high school, siouxsie. Great control, too. Ha ha ha, I thought I was the only one.
siouxsie siouxsie 10 years
ya know..oddly one of the best tweezers i ever had were the ones that came out of the swiss army knife...they were so tiny i could get those hairs that are just starting to poke out but are hard to get normally. i loved those things!
My-Opinion My-Opinion 10 years
lol, eyebrows that is....dadadut*
My-Opinion My-Opinion 10 years
teehee, my purse is gonna love these pink and purple tweezers, but my eybrows are gonna swooooooooon over em'.
nycgirl nycgirl 10 years
Are $20 tweezers really that expensive? I think the last time I was in Sephora they had the $20 Tweezerman and some $50/60 Swiss/German ones. Needless to say I bought the $20 ones! (And I didn't even think that they were 'expensive', ah, that old marketing gimmick of product placement!)
lipbalmqueen lipbalmqueen 10 years
Sarah, I just did the same thing - bought lotsa e.l.f. brushes and more gloss! I got a few of their shimmering facial whips too...pretty good, but for me, a little goes a long way. I used it for eyeshadow, blush, and lip gloss today! :) Haven't tried their tweezers, but everything else I've ever bought from them was great. I wouldn't spend $20 on the Tweezerman ones even if they do offer free sharpening, because somehow, I always end up losing my tweezers.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
i just bought a lot of stuff from e.l.f and I really like the eye brushes that i got and the glosses are really good too..i bough a lot and spent like $14! ~*~Life was Simpler back then~*~
CortneyLynn CortneyLynn 10 years
Tweezerman will sharpen your tweezers free for as long as you have them!
SweetPeasMom SweetPeasMom 10 years
I was just looking at Victoria's Secret's beauty products, specifically the tools, and they had a heated eyelash curler. I think I'd be scared to use that.
fashionaza fashionaza 10 years
I do not get it, how come the e.l.f tweezer can cost $1 and the tweezerman over 20......are e.l.f products worth it? Anyone who has both?
From Our Partners
Latest Fashion
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds