Tweezerman are the big boys when it comes to beauty tools and I've used their cult status tweezers since I was about 15/16 yrs old. Here's a round-up of some of their other products that I recommend and also which ones I'd say to pass by.
Slant Tweezers (£20.95, link)
Yes, the pricetag may make your eyes water just a little bit, but frankly these are the best tweezers out there. My original pair that I bought when I was a teenager lasted me around 6 years before I lost them, so they are definitely a good investment. The slant of these is very precise and the shape of them makes for easy plucking. They've won many awards and have been used by the pros for over 30 years, so if you've been putting off buying a pair, now's the time to pick one up! Available in a range of different colours and there's a mini version too which is great for handbags.
Point Tweezers (£19.50, link)
If you are really fussy about out your brows looking perfect, then the Point Tweezers are a must have. They have ultra sharp, super precise tips that will take out even the smallest and finest wayward hair.
Browmousse (£11, link)
Browmousse is more of a clear gel/mascara type formula than a mousse as such, and gives fantastic hold for unruly brows. I find this keeps mine in place all day and all night until I want to remove it, but it doesn't feel too sticky or start to flake off like some other products do.
Brow Shaping Scissors & Brush (£22, link)
I honestly wasn't expecting to love this but these scissors are angled in such a way that it makes trimming the tiniest amount off your brows so easy. Like the tweezers, these are very precise and sharp.
Combo Clipper Set (£13, link)
These are brilliant; again they're sharp stainless steel, precise and easy to use. Great for fingers and toes.
Grip and Snip Spring Cuticle Nipper (£30, link)
Cuticles are annoying little things and I've always stayed away from cutting them because I've had some horrific experiences with other tools. These however are easily the best I've tried and have a much smaller and more precise /sharp snipping angle to them.
Tweezerman Slant and Point Tweezers - highly recommended!!
Ones to skip
Classic Lash Curler (£16, link)
These are OK and have a good design to them, but they're simply not as good as my beloved Shu Uemuras, so I'd say spend the extra £4 and invest in those instead.
Folding iLash Comb (£9.50, link)
Lash combs always sound like a good idea but in my general experience, they never really seem to do their job properly and sadly this one doesn't either. The gold-plated teeth are also ridiculously razor-sharp so you have been warned if you try it!
Pushy & Nail Cleaner (£15, link)
Way, way, way overpriced and gives the same results as one from Boots' basics range which are a fraction of the price.
Neon Filemates (£6 for 3, link)
These are good, but again I feel they're overpriced and don't do anything different from the cheaper ones you can buy.
*Products above sent for review consideration - available individually from Tweezerman.co.uk
Do you use any beauty tools from Tweezerman?