Tweezerman Introduces Limited Edition Art of Elysium Tweezer

There are lots of ways to support the arts, and while it’s always an amazing feeling to do it selflessly, sometimes getting a reward for doing something good is a wonderful thing. For beauty lovers like us, doing something wonderful and receiving a beauty reward for it is almost euphoric. Take for instance this limited edition Art of Elysium Tweezer from Tweezerman, purchasing this bright floral print tweezer helps to continue the amazing workshops between children and artists.

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Tweezerman, the premiere beauty tool brand recognized for its professional quality and cutting edge products, has introduced a new 2016 limited edition tweezer to support The Art of Elysium, a charitable organization dedicated to empowering artists and communities of need to join together and emotionally triumph over their circumstances through art. The Dahlia Mini Slant Tweezer, created in partnership with The Art of Elysium, features the dahlia flower, which symbolizes blooming self-expression represents the blossoming of hope and support each new day. This cheerful limited edition mini slant tweezer was inspired by art created through a collaborative in-hospital workshop with children and artist Andrew Ondrejcak, honoring The Art of Elysium’s 2016 Visionary Recipients: Vivienne Westwood & Andreas Kronthaler. It features the same famous precision as Tweezerman’s award-winning, full-size slant tweezer, including the stainless steel tips that are both durable and easy to clean. The Dahlia Mini Slant Art of Elysium Tweezer is the perfect size to keep in your handbag for emergency stray hair issues.

Tweezerman has been a long-standing supporter of The Art of Elysium organization, sponsoring their annual star-studded black-tie charity gala “HEAVEN”, in addition to partnering with them the last three years designing limited edition Mini Slant prints.

The Dahlia Mini Slant Art of Elysium Tweezer retails for $17.00, with one dollar from each tweezer sold at Sephora, donated to The Art of Elysium charitable organization.

2 replies
  1. TriciaAppelquist
    TriciaAppelquist says:

    I did not know I needed these but apparently due to an inherrated unruly eyebrow situation ….these will be necessary to purchase

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