1. Choose SekiEdge Tweezers
Choose a sharp, slanted style. Unlike pointy versions, they grab tiny strays quickly and won't pinch your skin along with the hairs.
2. Tweeze after your bath or shower
Warm water opens the follicles and softens hairs, which helps them slip out.
3. Ease the Pain
If plucking is too painful, dab on a numbing gel before you use your SekiEdge tweezers
4. Dump the Magnifying Mirror
This tool can make it look like there's more hair to remove than there really is, which can lead to over-plucking. It is better to use a regular mirror in a well-lit room -if your stray hairs are invisible in these conditions then they don’t need treatment. After every few tweezes, take a couple of steps back to see the bigger picture.
5. Know Your Limits
Hold a pencil for guidance. Your eyebrows should begin directly above your tear duct, peak in line with the outer side of your iris, and end at a point that falls 45 degrees from the outer corner of your eye. If you arch your eyebrows too high they will look unnatural.
6. Create Your Shape
Once you've determined how your brows should curve, outline your ideal arch using a brow pencil. Then remove only the hairs that fall above or below your self-made stencil.
7. Reduce Redness
As soon as you have finished using your Seki Edge tweezers, gently pat on an over-the-counter cortisone cream to reduce any inflammation.
8. Brush Up
Style your arches with a brow brush or a clear, brow-gel wand, coaxing hairs upward at the start of your arch and brushing the rest toward the end of your eye.
9. Fill in the Blanks
Colour in sparse spots Lighter blondes should go for golden shades, while darker blondes call for a taupe-y tone. Brunettes should opt for a shade or two lighter than their hair colour. Redhead – go for a warm, brown hue.
10. Grow Them In
Over-plucked? Refrain from using SekiEdge tweezers for at least a fortnight so you can see the natural growth pattern and shape.
The sharpness of the tweezer is usually related to the quality of the metal. When a metal dulls quickly, the metal cannot hold its hardness. Harder stainless steel stays sharper longer than cheap steel under the same work load. The Seki Edge tweezer uses a 17-4 Precipitation Hardening, known as Type 630, which is a chromium-copper precipitation hardening stainless steel used for applications requiring high strength and a moderate level of corrosion resistance. The high strength of the Seki Edge tweezer is maintained to approximately 600 degrees Fahrenheit (316 degrees Celsius). Our stainless steel is produced in Japan, not in Pakistan or China like our competitor brands. Basically speaking, our the stainless steel used on our Seki Edge tweezers is of the highest quality and resists dulling.