Saturday, June 20, 2015

An eyebrow fixing giveaway


When I was 12 I would flip through Seventeen magazine looking for hairstyles to try, outfits to concoct, and products to MUST HAVE!

When I was 14 I would flip though Cosmopolitan magazine looking for hairstyles to try, outfits to concoct, and products to MUST HAVE!

Although both my reading selections and my idea of what it is to be a woman have morphed, I still can't stand a shabby eyebrow. All too often though, I can be found sporting one. Like this bad momma in super poor lighting:
 

Ugh, hard to take even myself serious like that. I have some pretty blunt friends so I am surprised no one has scheduled an intervention.

Back to my teenage choice of magazines....

every third issue had a Tweezerman in the MUST HAVE section. They must have paid the magazines!

Anyhow, I always wanted one, but have stuck this whole time to the cheap Revlon tweezers that would close uneven and I would have to hold up to the light to see where the hair should actually be when the apparatus closes in order to really grasp the stub of hair. 

Now with a family of five I just don't have time to mess with that. And really, that silly excuse of a styling implement should NEVER be okay.

So I didn't get my Tweezerman, but I think I got something better, and you can too!





The 42 BEES slant tip tweezer is the best I have ever used (and I have BORROWED a tweezerman). The entire tip closes firmly including the point. It has a mini comb on the end to perfect that groom, and even comes in a resealable little tube so you can store YOUR tweezer away for yourself (and not for your husband's toolbox! Tell me I am not alone in this one!)

Speaking of the husband I would love to clean up the Ogre's eyebrows with these. Anybody want that video? ;) Let me know, really, peer pressure works! (and his eyebrows are getting a little, ahem, SPRY!)

And of course, the after shot!




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***I received this product free of charge in exchange for the review and hosting the giveaway***

41 comments:

  1. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)June 25, 2015 at 1:17 PM

    My trick is that I get my brows done at the salon once every 2 to 3 months then I use their outline to keep my brows kept up in between.

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    1. Good idea! Get the professional look, but make it last!

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  2. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)June 25, 2015 at 1:19 PM

    I also use tweezers to take out splinters, glass, thorns, or bee stings as needed. These never are much fun -- especially when you don't have good precision tweezers to use.

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  3. my trick is actually getting them done at the salon... haha I'm not very good at plucking them myself

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  4. Also use them for anything small that gets stuck or stepped on. Also use them to pick up small beads sometimes when making jewelry

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    1. Ooh, now that is something you will want to save the retired Revlons for!

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  5. I wax mine myself and tweeze between applications

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  6. Mine aren't too good...lol, no tricks for me but my oldest twins are wanting to start on their eyebrows. They say they have a unibrow

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  7. I use tweezers for getting out splinters the kids get occasionally

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  8. I go to the salon every 4 wks

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  9. I also use tweezers to get slivers out...and have a cheap pair that I use for the dishwasher for when something gets stuck in the water holes. (I also have a couple cheap ones that I use to clear drains!

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  10. I do not really have any good tips...I need to find some though! I just do the best I can :)

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  11. Tweezers are great for taking out splinters!!

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  12. No good tips cause I go get mine done at the salon!

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  13. Mostly for getting splinters out of the kids

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  14. I don't have any tricks as my eyebrows are terrible.

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  15. I use them to get slivers out.

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  16. I don't have any special tips, just keep it as part of my daily grooming so they don't get out of control, lol

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  17. I also use tweezers for splinters. Sometimes I even use them while doing craft projects

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  18. I have no tricks. I just pluck.

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  19. I use tweezers when I gluing something tiny.

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  20. I love to use an eyebrow pencil to help get a good shape. Especially when I get a little tweezers happy lol

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  21. I love to use an eyebrow pencil to help get a good shape. Especially when I get a little tweezers happy lol

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  22. I use tweezers to remove cactus spikes from fingers.

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  23. I use tweezers to remove cactus spikes from fingers.

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  24. i watch youtube videos for tips.

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  25. My daughter is a cosmetologist so she does them for me :)

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  26. I don't have a trick. Improvements would be good - better tweezers might help.

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  27. Due to a thyroid problem...I really don't have any eyebrows I can do anything with! My daughter, 16 is ready to start arching and tweezing hers tho...she would like this!

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  28. We use tweezers for splinters too.

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  29. I actually only use a small pair of scissors to trim my eyebrows. They are in pretty good shape naturally =)

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  30. We use tweezers for splinters, to pick off ticks, and I have a separate pair of tweezers that I use in the kitchen for decorating cakes/cupcakes, etc with.. perfect for placing small sprinkles in just the right places!

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  31. I have read up on how to shape my brows, then I just pluck away. I keep them in shape by doing them every few days!

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  32. I also use tweezers to remove splinters in our feet & hands!

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