Small pincers, usually metal, used for plucking or handling small objects. [Images are Tweezerman tweezers]
In the market for a new cuticle nipper or curette? We explain what to look for in six of the most common metal implements.
Tweezerman has partnered with professional alpine skier and Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn as the beauty tool manufacturer’s new brand ambassador for North America.
Tweezerman’s Slant Tweezer was named the best tweezer in the “Tools” category and is the recipient of the prestigious Allure 2012 “Best of Beauty” Award for the 12th consecutive year.
Whether you’re a left-handed tech yourself, have one as a coworker, or simply want to see nails from a different perspective, you can benefit from learning about how south paw nail techs adapt their set-ups to stay in their right minds and in the right career path for them.
Help is at hand for techs who suffer from overworked, tired, and sore muscles. The Hand, Foot & Body Massage Tools Professional Kit from The Nail Superstore is comprised of nine ergonomically correct massage tools to be used during manicures, pedicures, or body massage.
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