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June 25, 2007

Precision in Pink

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Photo Credit: Tweezerman

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From pencil-thin to natural arches, eyebrow-grooming trends change with the blink of an eye. But one thing is always in style — giving back. Tweezerman, known for its commitment to excellence when it comes to eyebrows, is committing to something bigger this October — the fight against breast cancer. One dollar from each sale of its limited-edition Precision in Pink tweezers will go to organizations dedicated to breast cancer care and finding a cure.

Whatever your brow dilemma, Tweezerman's got you covered with its best-selling Slant Tweezers and Petite Tweeze Set. Both come in a small metal or leather case featuring the Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon, so you won't have to worry about finding your tweezers covered in the mascara gunk at the bottom of your makeup bag. And best of all, Tweezerman offers free sharpening on all tweezers, so you don't have to buy a new set every time you get a little overzealous about plucking your eyebrows.

For more information and to order your Precision in Pink tweezers, head to tweezerman.com.


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