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    Can anyone recommend a good tweezer make and possibly even give a link to them? I'm looking to spend up to about £18.
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    £18 on a pair of tweezers?
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    You get 'good' tweezers?
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    You get decent ones from Boots, and I'm pretty sure they're a lot less than £18
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    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    You get decent ones from Boots, and I'm pretty sure they're a lot less than £18
    I'm looking to buy online because it's going to be too embarrassing to buy them in person lol.
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    any from tweezerman are good, they go from abot £10-£20.
    From boots & superdrug (Both you can get online)
    Though that said, the best ones I've found were a black pair from superdrugs own brand for £2.99
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    (Original post by sandeep90)
    I'm looking to buy online because it's going to be too embarrassing to buy them in person lol.
    There's a selection here then, depending on your needs...
    http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stor...eezers&x=0&y=0
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    http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stor...atalogId=11051

    i have these, there ammmmazing, they come in hot pink too
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    Maybe I'll just take the plunge and buy them in store. It's only about 2 minutes worth of embarrassment lol.
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    Tweezerman are awesome They are the best I've ever used and I've had the same pair for about 8 years now. They have a lifetime guarantee and were about £15 from boots at the time
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    Why is it embarassing to buy tweezers?
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    What are you going to use the tweezers for? :teeth:
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    (Original post by Chez87)
    Why is it embarassing to buy tweezers?
    Because I'm a lad lol.
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    (Original post by sandeep90)
    Because I'm a lad lol.
    get ones which are gold-tipped as they are more accurate and easier to use. Mine are from Waitrose, and have lasted me for nearly 5 years so far, and I swear by them!
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    (Original post by Ladipidoo)
    What are you going to use the tweezers for? :teeth:
    Ummm... just in case I get a splinter :P
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    The nhs throw out their tweezers once they've been used once, even though they're metal... Ask your doctor if you could have an old pair? Just give them a rinse under the tap, although they probs haven't been used for anything too bad.
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    Tweezerman are brilliant. I lost mine and have had to go back to the black ones they do in Superdrug, and they're just not as good. I get really frustrated when I'm plucking my eyebrows now!
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    Tweezerman. They are amazing as people have said. My mum said :eek3: when she saw how much mine were, but when she tried them she bought her own.
 
 
 
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