The New Beauty Tool I Can’t Live Without.

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Earlier this month, the wonderful team over at Tweezerfile got in touch, offering me the chance to try out their new beauty tool. I was so intrigued by it so of course I wanted to try it out. I’ve been using this tool for a little while now and I am obsessed.

Tweezerfile is a simple tool that will help you refresh and reuse your old, blunt tweezers. It is small enough to fit in your make up bag or keep in your beauty storage and is so so simple to use. The quality of this tool is outstanding as it is diamond plated stainless steel which gives you the highest quality sharpening, encased in a design that fits in the palm of your hand.

I am obsessed with the philosophy behind the brand as they’re all about refreshing what you already have. It’s crazy that tweezers can last for however long but as soon as they go blunt, they’re basically unusable. This little tool allows you to resharpen your tweezers so you can reuse them and never have to throw them away again!

To use Tweezerfile, you simply hold it in one hand and grip it with your tweezer with the other hand. You then slide the tweezers up and down, gently applying equal pressure on both the top and bottom blade. It’s as simple as that! What I like about this tool is that you can control how sharp you want your tweezers to be. I hate really really sharp tweezers as I always catch my skin with them but with this little tool, you can really personalise your beauty tools!

At the moment, the Tweezerfile comes in two colours – a hot coral or petrol blue. I have the coral and I love it. It’s so easy to use and it’s also really dinky so it’s the perfect tool to pop into my make up bag. I find them really inexpensive at £12.99 (with free UK shipping if you buy direct from their website!) as you’d pay a lot more than that for new tweezers!

You can buy these directly from their website or on Amazon and they’ve also been shortlisted in the Asos Beauty Awards, vote here!

What do you think of this nifty little beauty tool?