Frequently Asked Questions:
Does the Lindo Twist-n-Roll remove hair from the root, or does it just cut it from the skin level?
The Twist-n-Roll tweezers removes hair from the root, the same way as waxing or threading.
Does it hurt when using the Lindo Twist-n-Roll?
For people who regularly wax or pull hair from the root, using the Twist-n-Roll is relatively painless. It feels like plucking, except using the Lindo Twist-n-Roll is quicker because more than one hair at a time is removed.
For people who have never removed hair from the root before, or have thicker hair on the upper-lip area, we recommend that you apply a hot towel on your skin just using the Lindo Twist-n-Roll. This will help open the pores making hair removal much gentler. The towel should be hot enough to leave on for at least 2 minutes. (Take care to not burn yourself.) After using the Lindo Twist-n-Roll a few times, your skin will get used to the motion and feeling, and a hot towel application may not be needed.
How does the Lindo Twist-n-Roll work?
When you bend the tweezers into an upside-down U shape and place it against your skin, the coil opens, positioning the facial hair between the coils. When you twist the handles, the coil gently closes and grabs the hair; through the rolling motion, the coil opens and closes, and the hair is gently pulled from the root.
Does the Lindo Twist-n-Roll works on coarse hair?
The Lindo Twist-n-Roll works on all types of hair, including peach fuzz and coarse hair.
When you use it on long, coarse hair, you’ll need some patience and practice; if you can’t get the long hair by rolling the tweezers on the hair, you can pull the handles to open the coil so the hair catches between the coils, and then roll it.
How can I use the the Lindo Twist-n-Roll on my eyebrows?
The Lindo Twist-n-Roll can be used only between the eyebrows and above the eyebrows. Never use it under the eyebrows because it can catch and pull your eyelashes.
To use it between the eyebrows, roll from different directions to find the best angles that work for you.
To use it above the eyebrows, slowly pull to open the coil to catch the hair, then roll upwards.
Can I use the Lindo Twist-n-Roll on other body areas?
The Lindo Twist-n-Roll was designed for facial hair removal, but it can be used on legs, toes, fingers, and upper arms. (It should never be used under the eyebrows.) The Lindo Twist-n-Roll always works best when you roll it against the hair-growing direction.
How do I clean the Lindo Twist-n-Roll?
To clean it, wipe the coil with a dry paper towel to remove the hair easily. Use rubbing alcohol to wipe the coil for sanitizing. Do not rinse it under water.
Does the Lindo Twist-n-Roll wear out?
Depending on how often it has been used and how well it has been taken care of, the Lindo Twist-n-Roll can last from six months to 2 to 3 years. Generally, we recommend replacing it once a year. To avoid damaging it, do not play with it by spinning it or pulling it apart. Important: Make sure to keep the Lindo Twist-n-Roll away from children.
Why choose Lindo Twist-n-Roll?
Compared with waxing, it is less painful. It will not cause redness and breakouts.
Compared with hair removal creams or bleaching, it is 100% natural, and will not cause burns or skin discoloration.
Compared with the traditional threading technique, it is easier, safer, and more hygienic.
Compared with plucking, it is more time efficient and quicker, and you don’t have to use a mirror!
How often should I use the Lindo Twist-n-Roll?
The Twist-n-Roll is safe to use every day, but it depends on how quickly your hair grows. Some people prefer to use it weekly or monthly.
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Works but a little tricky to use
First off – this tool was much larger than I expected. Because of its shape, I thought it was going to be the size of a Q-tip. Silly me – it was much bigger ! But that’s okay.
It does work once you get the hang of how to twist while pushing up along the surface where you want to remove the hair. If have to get the angle just right.
It seems to work better where you have a lot of fine hairs. I seem to have more difficulty getting the tool to grab the coarse chin hairs which drive me nuts. Sometimes I can get the tool to grab them and sometimes I have surrender and go back to using my tweezer =(
The “yank” can be quite painful – certainly more painful than threading. But at least I can do it myself. =)
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