Tweezers Need A Redesign
I read all the pros and cons before buying and I was prepared to spend time figuring this out, but my issue is the quality of the tweezers. For the cost, I expected better tweezers at least. Since they're the primary tool in this system, you'd expect they would actually grasp hair. However, when I squeeze these together in the middle, the two metal ends don't even touch because the plastic/rubber is too thick and keeps them from touching. Even if I squeeze them right above the metal, I have to hold them sort of crooked to get the metal to hold the hair tight enough to "pull up slightly" as recommended to get the 1mm clearance above the skin while still holding the hair. An hour into it and I've only gotten about two hairs done and I've used a ton of the gel because it keeps drying while I'm just trying to grasp a hair, so I have to add gel, then try again to grasp a hair. I tried another area, but after trying and trying and never being able to grasp ONE HAIR, which would be EASY to grasp with normal tweezers, I finally gave up.
If the tweezers were just a little better made, it would probably be a good system. You can?Ø¬ø¬?t just replace the tweezers though, unless you go the needle route, so the system is pretty useless unless I want to spend another hour to possibly get two hairs done?Ø¬ø¬?Frankly, I wish I hadn?Ø¬ø¬?t wasted my money. If there is an alternate manufacturer of tweezers that are interchangeable with this system, I?Ø¬ø¬?d love to hear about them, it would make for a much better system.
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