Rino - MARIE LASH Educator in Japan
I used to use a pair of straight tweezers to isolate natural lashes, but I changed to these tweezers because with straight tweezers the risk of touching the client’s eyelid is higher.
With this shape I don't have to worry about touching the eyelids, so I recommend these tweezers for students during seminars.
Experienced stylists are often reluctant to change the shape of the tweezers they use, but this shape is easy to shift to and most students can get used to it in one day.
This is because the angle of curve is not strong and the usability is almost the same as straight tweezers.