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Like, ten years ago I went to Sephora and got a set of Tweezerman’s. It came with a precision slant and a precision point, housed in a little zebra-print case. I’ve used the precision point every single time since I got the set, and it’s still going strong!

I could lose the slants, but if I ever lose my points I may shed a tear. Best tweezers I ever bought!!

What are brush tweezers? I’ve never heard of them. As for regular tweezers, I’ve only ever used Tweezerman and I’ve liked them well enough that I’d not bothered trying any others.

I missed deleting a word when I was formatting the post (they all start from a template – I usually copy and paste from the most recent version!).

You can’t go wrong with a Tweezerman point and a Tweezerman slant. I have one of both, plus a Tweezerman brow scissors, and that’s all you’ll ever need! And they last forever too.

I’ve used Tweezerman for as long as I can remember. My personal preferance is the point over the slant for tweezers. Although I have several pairs of both. I have several other tools from them as well. They make nice cuticle nippers. Free lifetime sharpening on those as well. Lifetime sharpening is a huge plus. Christine, I have never heard of Slice. I’ll have to look into them.

I don’t think my answer will help anyone. When I finished high school in 1972 I took a job for the summer to save money for college. I worked the night shift at a relay plant. Relay’s are the component of electronics that turn them off and on. So they have to be gapped very accurately. The are adjusted under a microscope with tweezers. The tweezers were made in Germany and were high precision with pointed ends. When I quite I was allowed to take them with me. They are one of my most prized possessions.

I work at Intel and we get all sorts of electronics catalogs with crazy looking shaped tweezers fir relays and other stuff. I know they are precise but never thought they would grip well enough to tweeze! Hmmm, i may buy a pair.

Well I can’t speak to whether these would be the same but they sound like they might be worth a try. I know that we needed very precise tweezers that would bend the metal components to create the gap and also be fine enough to run down the length of the metal to burnish it. My tweezers are amazing. I use them for everything. I tweeze my brows (not so much right at the moment because I am using Rapid Brow to grow my brows in a little to reshape), remove slivers, hold the ends of my bracelets and necklaces to hook together. Basically anything that needs to be pulled or stabbed, LOL. They don’t dull and are easy to clean. Just the perfect tweezer for me. I will say that I have purchased the Tweezerman for my mother and she does love her tweezers!!

I can’t remember what brands I own I have purchased a many years ago at Ride Aid, one for sure is a Revlon in silver, another is a slanted rather sharp if not careful I pinch my skin with black handles is really sharp and my best one I wish I could remember the name but is erased is a thin blue handle one thin and sharp I love it!
Presently I’m looking for a nail cuticle removed. Any suggestions welcome! My son took one I had to cut a small chain and messed it up when he was small. Lol!

Tweezerman make great cuticle nippers; I’ve got a few of them for my office, travel kit and home. They’re fantastic so long as you keep your son away!

Thanks so much! My son is 21 now. Lol! That’s when he was a kid I’ll kill him if he did it again. 😉
I purchased one at Target from Sally not sure how I like it yet is the little thing in between the pliers I don’t trust much it moves a bit. Thanks! Back to Tweezerman it is.

I have a pair of Sonia Kashuk slanted tweezers I bought years ago that I still dearly love. My other pairs have all been Tweezermans & my dad’s watchmaker’s tweezers (great for applying false eyelashes). I’m going to have a look at those Slice tweezers.

I own a pair of Tweezermans that I really like, but have no clue which specific model they are. I never paied much attention to my tweezers, if I am completely honest.

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