Written by: Paige Thompson
If you’re an eyelash extension artist, you know that finding the right tweezer is GOLD! The perfect tweezer not only makes your job easier, but should give you the best lash placement possible.
Let’s take a look at some of our favorite Elleebana tweezers:
This tweezer can be used to make volume lash fans, but is most often used for isolation. It’s precise tips make isolating a single lash easier than ever! The angled end allows the Pro Curved Tweezer to arch perfectly over a client’s eyelid while hitting the needed points in the lash line.
Ideal for classic lash extension application! The etched handle allows for a drop-proof grip, while the curved tips easily place extensions right where they’re needed.
This tweezer is very similar to the curved tip tweezer, however, the less dramatic curve makes this a great isolation tweezer! Reach down to the exact point in the lash line you need with it’s perfect design.
This tweezer is generally used for isolation, but can also be used for classic lash application. The dip where the handle meets the tip is meant to rest over the brow bone while reaching the lash line.
An awesome tool for creating volume fans, especially with short inner corner lashes! The long, narrow tips allow for precision placement and reach in hard to access areas. This tweezer can also be used for isolation!
Similar to the 45 Degree Volume Tweezer, but this tweezer has a completely straight base and a little longer tip. Another fantastic option for volume fan pickup and placement, or a precise isolation tweezer!
Mega volume artists STOP HERE! This tweezer provides the ultimate pickup for larger diameter volume fans (even 20-25 mega lash fans!). The tip closure is fantastic- no lashes are left behind on the strip when hand-making fans!
A volume artist’s secret weapon! This L-foot makes beautiful handmade fans every time while providing seamless pickup and placement.
We love that every Elleebana tweezer is gorgeously crafted, easy to sterilize, and never rusts. To take a further look at these tweezers, check out our YouTube video: