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- Perfectly aligned, Extra-Fine tips target fine hairs easily.
- Long, salon-length handles provide more controlled tweezing.
- Slanted edge provides a larger gripping area for quick and easy hair removal. Pointed tip is ideal for precision tweezing, especially for short or stubborn hairs.
Precision Crafted Hand Inspected Quality
Revlon Implements meet exacting design and quality specifications. They are made of the finest materials and are fully inspected to assure exceptional performance.
Money Back Guarantee!
If you are not satisfied with the performance of this tweezer within 30 days of purchase, Revlon will refund you the purchase amount up to $2.50. To Return: On a 3" x 5" card print your full name, address and reason for dissatisfaction. Place this information along with the tweezer in its original packaging and the original store receipt in a padded envelope and mail to Revlon Beauty Tools Money Back Guarantee, P.O. Box 4233, St. Cloud, MN 56398-4233. Allow about 4-6 weeks for payment.
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- For easier tweezing, first open pores with warm water. Then use Revlon's Lash & Brow Definer to brush your brows into place.
- Gently pull one hair at a time in the direction of hair growth. Tweeze a few hairs from one brow, then the other, and constantly check for symmetry.
- Always tweeze from the underside of the brow to create an arch. Tweeze only obvious stray hair from above the brow. Be careful not to over-tweeze, as hairs may not grow back.
Shape: Follow your brow's natural arch.
To find the arch: look directly into a mirror holding a makeup pencil in front of your eye, just at the outer edge of your iris. The arch should peak where the pencil crosses the brow.
To determine brow's starting point: place the makeup pencil vertically next to nostril.
To determine brow's end: angle the makeup pencil so that it points just past the eye's outside corner.
Revlon was founded in 1932, by Charles Revson and his brother Joseph, along with a chemist, Charles Lachman, who contributed the "L" in the REVLON name. Starting with a single product - a nail enamel unlike any before it - the three founders pooled their meager resources and developed a unique manufacturing process.
Today, Revlon is a global leader in cosmetics, hair color, fragrances, skin care and beauty care products. As one of the strongest consumer brand franchises in the world, Revlon’s products are sold in over 100 countries across six continents.
As a leading cosmetics brand, Revlon revitalized the industry over the years with iconic nail and lip colors and breakthrough technology like ColorStay transfer-resistant lipstick and makeup.
Revlon does not conduct animal testing and has not done so since 1989. They comprehensively test all of their products using the most technological advanced methods available ensuring they are both innovative and safe to use. The company believes that women should have the opportunity to express themselves through makeup, so the products are sold in many markets around the world and as such, are subject to local rules and regulations. Regulatory authorities in a few countries conduct independent testing in order to satisfy their own mandatory registration requirements. Revlon complies with all regulations in the countries in which their products are sold, and supports the advancement of non-animal testing alternatives and methodologies in the industry.