Now before we get started on this review I do own a pair of tweezers and must admit they’re nothing compared to these! The ones I had originally if I can remember correctly, I picked up from either Superdrug or Tesco, and they did the job but just twice as long and twice as painful.
Slanted Tweezers: Shavata c/o
I never realized how much a good pair of tweezers could help with my brows, by not being as painful and these have been expertly crafted in Switzerland using stainless steel, and they also come in a handy storage tube. The tubes great for storage and keeping bacteria at bay and it also prevents the Shavata Tweezers from rusting and getting tarnished over time. 

These are incredible, and grip even the finest of hairs, making tweezing so much easier, and less time-consuming. It definitely makes me think twice now about investing in a good pair like these, that last years and get the job done precisely. These are perfect for travelling with also with the nip protector and tube to store them away in. I also like how the Shavata brand name comes engraved at the end tip of the tweezers. 
What’s your thoughts on these tweezers? Do you have a favourite brand?
xo, Jenny

9 responses to “SHAVATA TWEEZERS”

  1. Jenny says:

    I’ve had pinchy ones in the past when I first started out plucking my eye brows and it was so sore! They couldn’t grab the fine/smaller hairs and really grabbed the skin ouch!! I love these as they get the most smallest of hairs easily with minimal effort x

  2. sonia de macedo says:

    A good pair of tweezers makes a world of difference. I brought a pair years ago and I don’t know what brand they are but they are amazing.


    • Jenny says:

      I’ve heard of really good brands before but never took the time to check them out properly as tbh I get my eyebrows waxed at the Benefit Brow Bar every month/2 months and pluck in-between so never really looked for investment tweezers but these are fab! xx

  3. The Style Rawr says:

    I’m all about good tweezers! I’ve never heard of this brand before but it sounds fantastic. I like that it’s really hygienic.

    Tara x

    • Jenny says:

      Thanks and this is the first time I’ve heard of Shavata too! I know she has salons in the UK but none here in Scotland 🙁 these tweezers are great and less painful compared to other ones I’ve owned in the past x

  4. Ana Céline says:

    These sound brilliant! Thanks for sharing 🙂 x


  5. Kelsey & Kenecha says:

    Always was afraid to use tweezers because they looked painful. These sound a lot better then the normal tweezers but I think I would still be too afraid to use them haha 🙂 x


    • Jenny says:

      Aww these ones are good for smaller hairs and definitely less painful! Like I mentioned below I normally don’t tweeze my eyebrows much as I get them done at the Benefit Brow Bar and let them grow out for awhile but these are fab for stray hairs between sessions x

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Scottish Fashion, Style and Luxury Beauty by Jenny

With a love for minimal, sustainable pieces. Finalist in the UK Blog Awards & Company Magazine Award.