You’d think something as simple as a pair of tweezers would be pretty hard to mess up, but I’ve tried so many pairs that don’t catch and pluck my hairs well. (And I have zero patience for spending five minutes trying to get one stubborn hair! ) This stainless-steel set from celebrity brow artist Joey Healy helps me stay on top of any rogue hairs in between his visits to Los Angeles.
There are plenty of tools and devices to choose from in 2020, like tweezers designed by a brow artist that catch every single hair, and gentle razors that are ideal for those with sensitive skin.
So for those who want to know more about the best facial hair removal products for women—including at-home tweezing, waxing, or dermaplaning options—keep reading.
I've tried shaving, hair removal creams, eyebrow waxing, upper lip waxing, threading, and tweezing—the list goes on.
Plus, it’s a device I actually use regularly—unlike the laser hair removal gizmo that’s collecting dust in the back of my closet.
I use it for the peach fuzz on my upper lip and chin, laying it flush against my skin and rolling against the direction of the hair growth.
I’ve accrued quite the collection of facial hair removing devices, but StackedSkincare’s sleek Dermaplaning Tool is the only one that’s remained front and center on my vanity.
Laser is my body hair removal method of choice, but I don’t need anything quite that intense for my face.
All I do is tweeze my facial hair now—and I've found Tweezerman makes the best pair. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
And our perspective on facial hair removal mirrors exactly how we feel about body hair removal; it should be entirely your choice, like any other decision.
Bye, peach fuzz! 👋 https://t.co/nfNI1NADxt— Glamour (@glamourmag) February 28, 2020