Do these cut each hair at an angle?
My skin is medium-light caucasian, my eyes are blue, and my eyebrows are almost black and very thick. Many of my eyebrow hairs will grow to over an inch long. Each of my eyebrow hairs is so thick that if I trim it, you can actually see that it is trimmed by the blunt end. Also if I pluck a hair, it can leave a bald spot. So I would like to find some kind of tool that will take one hair at a time and cut it at an angle, kind of like the tool they use in carpentry to cut wood at angles--it's called a mitre box. Does this Eyebrow Trimmer/Brush cut each hair at an angle? Or is there any other tool that does that?
asked 5 years, 11 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
on Eyebrow Trimmer/Brush
I've had the same issue in the past with trimming my brows and seeing a defined cut line. I found that this didn't do that when I tried it. i don't think that it cuts on an angle necessarily, but the comb must space them out so it's not such a blunt cut. I'd definitely recommend that you try them.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
Hi there. I'd suggest using cuticle scissors for you. The curved blade will angle the ends downward taking care of that blunt edge look.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
this is a great tool, you need to trim the brow on an angle itself, brush the hair up and trim on an angle, don't trim to close do it gradually, then brush the hair down and trim again, this gives you the look of not a noticably trimed brow. repeat until you get the results you like! Don't overtrim though as it looks bad!!! you need to be patient when doing this as its easy to stuff up! so i suggest to trim your brows when you are not in a rush to go out or you will make big mistakes!!! hope this heaps
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
We did not have any luck with this. It does not cut them even and it pulls more than cuts.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
As far as I can tell, these scissors just make a blunt straight across cut. Unfortunately, I'm not sure I know of any scissors that automatically cut hairs at an angle. Perhaps if you went one hair at a time and made the cuts on the bias angle yourself it could work...but that would be very time consuming I imagine.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago