Lindo Twist-n-Roll Tweezers was featured by many magazines including Vouge, Self, Celebrity Hairstyles, Ladies' Home Journal, etc.
Many women are benefiting from this product because it provides a natural way for hair removal and it is also easy to use.
DIY Threading Has Arrived!
March 3, 2009 by Aly Walansky, ebeauty.com
A long time ago, I realized that while tweezing was the ideal method of hair removal, I was just not any good at it. I turned to the world of monthly waxing, and then threading, and now I am rethinking the whole darn thing.
Why? I found out about the twist-n-roll tweezers.
These are so cool: They remove unwanted facial hair with a single twist!
If you are a hair removal aficionado such as myself, it may actually look a little bit familiar. It’s a concept based on an ancient threading technique used in Asia for centuries.
All you do is twist and gently roll the tweezers over the unwanted hair. It’s perfect for removing hair from your upper lip, cheeks, neck and chin. (Though I wouldn’t advise you try to do your own brows just yet…)
Lindo Twist n Roll hair Threading Tool
By DotDiva Styleforfree.com
We first became intrigued by Lindo Twist-n-Roll threading tool after watching Rachel Ray conduct a facial hair removal test with 5 different products and this innovative version which mimics threading caught our eye. Mostly because it was judged by the 5 panelists to be the most effective (vs. electrolysis tools, facial buffing pads, waxing, etc...).
I am so happy (over the moon in fact) to report this has quickly become my favorite hair removal tool even surpassing my tweezers. Threading has intrigued me for the past year but is expensive and not easy on the wallet during this economy. This tool is incredibly easy to use, invokes VERY little pinches to the hair it removes (even less painful than tweezers) and can be used while watching your favorite DVD (requires no mirror).
The keys to using it are keeping it in a U shape while gently rolling it upwards, then once you feel a lil' tug, that means it's caught onto a hair. Slowly twist the handles counter-clockwise and poof - the hair(s) are gone, removing them deep at the root and providing way more time before growing back. Works on everything from stubble, peach fuzz to coarser hairs. I had myself a lil' field day removing hairs above the brow, upper lip and those pesky chin hairs we all seem to annoyingly get in our 40's and beyond. I saw a very slight red mark where hairs were removed but those quickly went away after 20 minutes and can be quickly soothed with a warm washcloth.
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