New York designer Cynthia Rowley has teamed up with Tweezerman to create a limited-range of tweezers, which will be sold in Harrods.
Cynthia Rowley has teamed up with Tweezerman to create a limited-range of tweezers.
The New York-based designer has made two Sporty Foulard designs for the Slanted Tweezer, a design for the mini Slant Tweezer and a Foulard Filemate complete with case as part of Tweezerman Designer Series 2013.
Cynthia is known for her ''flirty and vibrantly coloured dresses'' and her clothes and accessories are worn by the likes of Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts and Scarlett Johansson.
Cynthia is not the only star to have created a limited range of beauty tools for the company.
Gwen Stefani also designed a collection with her fashion brand Harajuku Lovers.
She said at the time: ''I am super excited to have Harajuku Lovers partnering with Tweezerman for this limited edition designer series. The Harajuku Lovers/Tweezerman products are not only the best quality beauty tools but are also ridiculously cute! Every time I see them they make me smile.''
Tweezerman's award-winning Slant Tweezers feature perfectly aligned, hand finished precision tips for expert brow shaping.
The Tweezerman Cynthia Rowley Designer Series is exclusive to Harrods from April 2013 at www.harrods.com.
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