Tweezers seem like a pretty straightforward grooming tool. You need a pair that can pull hair — how difficult can that be? But no two pairs of tweezers are quite the same, and your best choice depends on your plucking needs. The best tweezers for fine hair on your eyebrows are going to be different than the best tweezers for pulling tiny ingrown hairs or splinters.
For snagging most of those baby hairs on your face and body, you're looking for tweezers that are slanted in design. While a flat base can be a good choice for thicker hairs, look for a small angled tip when it comes to the fine hairs on your brows and beyond. The slant tip, as it's often called, will give you the precision you need to target a single fine hair while avoiding the pain of too much poking. However, if fine ingrown hairs are what you're tackling, a pointed pair might be a better choice since the poking action will come in handy (just be sure to sanitize the tweezers and ingrown hair area thoroughly before you begin).
Depending on the brand you're shopping, you can spend upwards of $50 or more on a single set. And while there are luxury tweezers with qualities that make them a good pick for some people, there are options out there that will complete most jobs just as well that cost less than $20.
Grab one of these tweezers for fine hair, and you'll have smoother skin without all of the effort.