Facial Hair Threading at Home: Twist N Roll Review

by on Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Much as I love and appreciate all “As Seen On TV” products, I’m not sure how accurate their claims are. I had a chance to try and review the Lindo twist-n-roll tweezers and see how well – and if – they worked. Come along on my journey because you’re already reading this!

facial hair threading at homeSo. We (women) hate to admit that we ever have facial hair. Upper lip hair? GASP, WHAT, NEVER HEARD OF IT. Chin hair? As if! Peach fuzz on the side of the cheek? Never in a million years. Except…maybe.

Tweezing takes time, shaving those areas is bad, and waxing hurts (and is expensive.) The Twist in Roll facial hair remover aims to be a less painful, more affordable way of doing things.

Lindo twist-n-roll tweezers gently removes hair in one twist motion. It’s a gentle and natural alternative to other hair removal products.
Use it on upper lip, cheeks, forehead, chin, neck and more.

Twist N Roll Tweezers Review:

Does it work? Yes. Although no sharp instruments are involved, it’s just like threading or tweezing. You hold the item in a U shape, then twist the sides as you roll it against your face. I found that it would hurt if I didn’t do it after a shower when my pores were open. But otherwise it didn’t hurt. And it definitely worked. But it didn’t work for all of my hair. Some hair got picked up, but some didn’t want to come along. I still need time to master how to use this. But what’s great is that you don’t even need a mirror – you can’t hurt yourself. I like that. I like that it’s cheap (on sale for just $14.99 as opposed to that price every two weeks), because waxing is always so expensive and hurts so badly. But like waxing or threading, this pulls hair out at the root so you have to deal with hair removal less often.

twist n roll tweezers review

At first I needed to get a hang of which way to twist my fingers, but then it was second nature.This works best on flatter surfaces of the skin. So your upper lip is fairly easy to do, but other areas can be harder. I try to go against where the hair is coming down, but sometimes I still couldn’t get the hair and maybe it’s because it wasn’t long enough. But this is a true problem for waxing sometimes, too.

You can’t use this on your eyebrows, which is one drawback. I mean, you could, but this is meant for large spaces so you’d be left with no eyebrows.

Bonus: It’s fun to use.

Bottom line: I think it’s a good solution, just not a perfect one.

Visit: Facial Work to learn more

Disclaimer: A product was provided for review purposes.

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