Rated 4.56 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Positive Review the industry standard.
I have tweezed the brows of literally hundreds of people using classic Tweezerman slant tweezers. There is a reason that these are considered an industry standard for tweezers. It is because anything less would simply be unacceptable! I bought my first pair of these over a decade ago, and I am just now sending them in for a free sharpening. These tweezers are sturdy, reliable, and easy to clean and sanitize. I use these tweezers every single day on my own brows, and if I lost them I would have to buy another pair immediately. These are a must-have beauty tool for anyone who takes their brow grooming seriously!
Most Helpful Critical Review low value for price (long review)
I've tried many tweezer brands (Rubis, Tweezerman, MUA, Anastasia, Topinox, Revlon, private label, Sally Hansen, TRIM), and various styles (slant-point, point, slant). Here's what I find:
- Every brand is "durable" as long as its stainless. Meaning yes, the metal lasts a long time, but what doesn't is the alignment of the tips.
- Rubis and Anastasia are better than Tweezerman in my opinion. Rubis especially is really professional quality, scary almost in its sharpness, precision, and alignment.
- Best Value? Revlon Expert tweezer. Good durable stainless steel, especially when coated. They tend to be just as aligned and capable, and for the money, I can have 3-4 tweezers for the price of 1 Tweezerman. Don't have to worry if I lose one, or drop it (yes dropping and throwing them around will misalign the tips over time).
Don't get me wrong, Tweezerman are 'good' Tweezers, but not for north of $20. And made in India, not Germany as they used to be. Revlon for great value, Rubis for high-end money-doesn't-matter. Stick with the "R" brands :)
Reviewed by 893 customers Best tweezers
Kim from Marshall Tx
Love these tweezers have used for years - you will never try another brand!!
Rosa from Gulf Coast
Grabs thin fine hairs easily
They changed them!!
Kbass from Florida
Very disappointed, these aren't the same tweezermen tweezers that I know and love. the slant is wrong and much smaller. The tweezers also cut hairs often instead of grabbing, which we can all agree, sucks. Wouldn't buy these again.
Elizabeth H from NC
Don't throw away your old Tweezermans! This is stiff and clumsy to use…barely tweezes. What a disappointment after many years of relying on this company! What happened???
Doesn't work well for me
Carley from Lake jackson, Texas
I get a few chin hairs and neck hairs and random unwanted hairs so I pluck them. The issue I have with these is that it doesn't always pull the hair out; it'll just tug hard enough to break the hair close the the root. This is frustrating since it hurts more than just plucking it out and the tweezers don't have a good enough grip to get that close to the skin to pull the hairs completely out when that happens. They're not the worst tweezers I've ever used but they aren't worth the price.
Lives up to its expectations!
Em from Bakersfield
Perfect for tweezing your eyebrows! Sharp yet gentle! I also love the color!
I only buy Tweezerman!
Rocketmom from Dawsonville GA
These are the best tweezers I have found. Worth the money.
Gets very little hair!!
Tattooed Mommy from Port Charlotte Florida
Great fit in my hand perfect size. And the pretty blue color sticks out in my bathroom love these tweezers! Will def buy another pair soon❤
Great but almost too sharp!
Chelsea from Buffalo, NY
I have PCOS so often have to pluck random facial hairs. These are GREAT at gripping hair but are so sharp I occasionally irritate my skin when it gets caught between the tweezer!
Ali F from AL
These are great tweezers for gripping the hairs and not too sharp so as to cut them. My only complaint is I drop them often, so a rubber, silicone, or some kind of non-slip grip would be a great addition. Dropping them also ruins the tweezer :(
Susanshopper from St. Charles, Missouri
I hesitated to buy this because of the cost. I am glad I did. It's the best tweezer for accuracy. So see to grab fine hairs.
Not worth the money
Jo from USA
I have target brand tweezers that work so much better! I really hoped these would be great but they are not. They tend to break the hair more than they actually pull them out!
I would buy the mini version.
Judy from Kentucky
Use to tweeze eyebrows. Kinda large. I've always had the smaller size. It's going to take some getting use to it.
Disappointed from VA
Hate this product. It doesn't grab and pull out hair. Just breaks it
Sue from Chicago
I use this product for my eyebrows. It is very precise and works quite well. Been a fan of Tweezerman for quite a long time.
Would purchase again!!
jgoomzc18 from SAN DIEGO
Love the fact that it's sharp. Makes it a lot easier to tweeze eyebrows.
Worth Every Penny
Maggie D. from St. George UT
I will use these for eyebrow maintenance, and removing slivers when necessary.
Love this brand!
Nicole from East Brunswick, NJ
I always use Tweezerman eyebrow tweezers and love the color as well. The tip has a nice slant to it without being too sharp.
Second time buying these tweezers. Love them.
SWDeb from Boardman, OH
I have thick, dark hair. The last pair of these tweezers I purchased lasted me about 7-8 years. I just replaced them this week. Not cheap, but worth it.
Yes I would purchase this item again and again
Barbara from Long Island, NY
I somehow misplaced my original tweezer-man, and wouldn't think of buying a different brand ever.
Tweezerman are the best!
B from Michigan
I have tried several brands of tweezers and none have compared to tweezerman! I even bought the pointier ones to help remove my kids splinters. They make that job quick and almost painless. I highly recommend
I've used this product for several years
Carrie Ruth from San Jose, CA
I like the slanted edge, which seems to grab those small eyebrow hairs better than a square edge.
Long Lasting and Dependable
Marnie from Detroit
Tweezer man is a top-knot brand that you can count on. Every product put out is dependable and long lasting.
Lili from Houston TX
Easy to use and great quality
I don't get the hype
Chambers J from Atlanta, GA
I've tried many tweezers and I assumed since these were higher priced they'd be better. Nope. First of all they are super sharp so I keep scratching under my chin. I can't seem to grab any hairs. They aren't terrible but definitely not worth the high price tag.