Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Lindo Twist n' Roll Review

 Here's a new "twist" on an old problem....the Lindo Twist and Roll tweezers. This product gets the tweezing job done in *bulk* and fast. I know when I am using regular tweezers I am constantly dreading that tug and pull....and it seems it lasts forever until the job is finally done. With the Twist and Roll, you just place it on your skin in a U shape and with a simple turning of the handles the tweezers just pluck a whole bunch of hairs all at once. To see the tweezers in action check out this PAGE.

The Good:
  • It does it's job remarkably fast, saving you lots of time to do other more time-worthy projects. Like crafting, yay!!
  • It's inexpensive: $14.99 on sale right now!!
  • It reduces the pain level in minutes, by getting it so much more done in one roll, instead of constant pluck, pluck, plucking. 
  • It does a great job and gets hairs that might be too small or too light to see and are easily missed with conventional tweezing.
The Not-So Good:
  • You're still pulling hairs out of your head, no matter how you "twist" it. But, oh, the price of superficial beauty, right?? 
  • Those simple little rolls can be painful (there's a lot of little hairs getting yanked). But, I say it's better to complete the project fast. 
 Ultimately, I'm a big fan of the Twist and Roll. It works perfectly with me: I don't have a lot of time during the day and I don't really have the patience for conventional tweezing. 
If you want to learn more about the Twist and Roll or would like to purchase one, you can find them here:
Lindo Twist and Roll

Disclosure: I received this product for the purpose of a review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I am a woman of my word....if I don't like something, you'll know it!! :-)


  1. SOmething that speedens up the process..I would want to give it a try.

  2. Wow...I would love to try this! I HATE allergic to wax, so it has always been eye brow threading for me - This is definitely something I want to try!

  3. I hate tweezing, too! I like the idea of being able to get it done quickly...and stop spending the money on waxing of course! Thanks!


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