Zero waste eyebrow tweezers are simply ones made from metal (rather than plastic) and free from plastic packaging. Eyebrow tweezers are used by many people to tweak eyebrow shapes or remove rogue hairs (or for some hairy people, to remove a caterpillar across their brows!) But most tweezers are poor quality, and don’t work. The top brand names do work, but most are sold in plastic packaging.
JCH Respect Slant Tweezers are of the same quality, but are in cardboard packaging instead. With good care, one pair should last you years. They are made from rust-free stainless steel, with an angled tip.
Tweezing your eyebrows takes a bit of skill. And it depends on the look you want. Don’t tweeze too much, or they may not grow back. The best time to do it is either after a shower (when the hairs will come out easier) or after numbing the area with ice cubes. Or just put a very warm wet facecloth over the area for a few minutes beforehand.
Make a straight line up from the inside eye to know where your brow begins. Then fan it out so that the eyebrows ends in a diagonal line from the outer eye. Holding the tweezers like a pencil, tweeze close to the root, following the direction of hair growth. If you have large eyes or brows high on the forehead, it’s best to leave your brows thicker, to help to frame your eyes.