Tweezerman Folding Eyelash Comb
Dont be foolish & try to use a safety pin or something because the plastic or bristle combs don't work- use this wonderful tool! One of mine is several years old. I just purchased another as I keep loosing it in the drawer.
September 26, 2012
it broke in 1 month
others have mentioned safety - totally agree. it's like making a comb out of pointed pins! OK maybe you could get used to that with extreme caution, but the whole teeth section pulled out (cheap glue??) while washing it about the 3rd week I had it. then trying to slide it back in its slot, it broke right in half. waste of money.
November 20, 2010
Never Buy Another Eyelash Comb Again!
I bought this eyelash comb about 4 years ago. I did not buy from Sally's & I did not pay under 10 bucks for it either. But believe me- it is worth every penny. I carry my core makeup with me, and those plastic combs always broke on me. i cant tell you how frustrating it is to have two tines left and try to separate yr lashes. This attracted me because it looked more durable, and believe me it is. This will be the last eyelash comb you will ever buy (unless you lose it)
Usage: Better than plastic, because the tines are thinner. They do a super awesome job.
Will you poke yrself in the eye? Yes
Will it hurt? Yes
Will you do it again? No Way.
Once you get used to the shape, yr good.
Cleaning: A Breeze. I dip a qtip in makeup remover, 'scrub' both sides, and then puncture a piece of toilet paper to get the gunk off. When you see how much product is left on those tines, you will be amazed! you could never get a plastic comb that clean.
Overall: An eyelash comb is an indispensable tool. Tweezerman has perfected it.
November 11, 2010
Used for many years
I have used these combs for many years. They do work real good. Like others have said they can be dangerous to your eye if your not careful. I have even cut my finger with it before. It does do what you expect. it sep. lashes and helps with the clumps.
They are way over priced. $5 should be the max. But"Tweezerman" is the only company that puts them out. so you have no choice to pay their higher price.
try the comb .... you will like it
October 30, 2010