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The older I get, the more important my tweezers have become to me. As a kid, I only needed the occasional splinter removed, and the crap tweezers from someone's Swiss Army knife usually did the trick. Now, I need delicate, fine tipped instruments to use around my eyes, and tough grippers to yank out my wiry chin hairs. Are these tweezers just OK, or are they Effenfine?
Once I discovered good tweezers, there's no turning back. I need tweezers that are going to grip strongly, and get those tiny hairs that the 10x mirror says I have, but no one else can see.
This set comes with a carrying pouch, two straight-edge tweezers, and a pointy set for ingrown hairs. Those of you who share a bathroom with someone like I do recognize the importance of having an additional set of tweezers. I don't want my grooming tweezers used on the places that my husband needs his grooming tweezers...
Even with frequent cleaning, these have held up admirably - no rust, no scratched off paint - still looking good and working well! If they do, by any chance, bend or break during normal usage, Effenfine has a 10-year replacement warranty. That's a lot of plucked hairs!
It's their beauty and brawn both that inspired my mani today - I used Azature Red for a glistening ruby background, and a black stud for the decorative holes. I used striping tape and Revlon Sequin to give me some sharp silver lines to represent the sharp ends of the tweezer.
Effenfine Tweezers on Amazon, where they currently retail for $19.95.