1. Tweezerman Tweezers: Any pair of tweezers is about the same when you're looking at the short game. However, in the long run, Tweezerman tweezers are miles ahead. Once you've dulled these bad boys up (and trust me, it will happen), you can send them in to Tweezerman and have them sharpened for free. So pay $25 versus $10 only one time and have a great pair of tweezers for life.
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3. Revlon Emeryl File: I used to be the girl who changed her nail polish every three days, but due to a serious lack of time these days, my nails are typically bare. BUT, they're always shapely. I have my beloved Revlon Emeryl File to thank for this. One of the worst things ever is trying to file your nails with a frayed emery board. With the Emeryl file, this never happens. This durable metal file lasts for ages and will never fray. Did I mention that it only costs $3? You need this.
4. The Clarisonic: I must say, I was on the fence about including this one. Not only is it the most cliched beauty investment ever, but it's also not easily accessible to everyone, especially my readers on a college budget. I really do love my Clarisonic Mia, but dropping $100 or more isn't the only way to get a good face scrubbin'. If the Clarisonic is in your budget, great. Go get one. However, if not, some decent alternatives are this pink silicon scrublet from Sephora or a soft baby washcloth.
As far as beauty tools go, these are all of my favorites. What tools do you all keep around? Anything investment-worthy?