High-tech Beauty Tools

TashaCat

Have you tried a high-tech beauty tool at home? What is your favourite beauty tech-tool? And... why do you love it?

There are so many new things... home lasers, home infra-red devices, sonic face cleaning..etc...etc... but they are not cheap!
Jul 22, 2014 @ 11:55 pm

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Newhouse

My favorite beauty tech tool is the Lise Watier HAUTE COULEUR High Coverage Lip Lacquer

This gloss is equipped with a led light and a mirror on the side of the tube. Whenever you are you can touch up your makeup.
I use it every day!

They also have the nail lacquer in the same range of innovation!

So useful!
Jul 28, 2014 @ 04:55 pm
TashaCat

fun toys!

That IS useful!

How great that Chick Advisor is doing a Review Club offering for the Clarisonic face cleanser. It's very cool face-tech. Anyone tried it yet? It's on my list of 'must try'.

Just to update - I tried infra-red light facials (a series in a spa) and they felt comfortable and amazing. They are supposed to increase collagen and elastin in the dermal layer so your skin looks younger. I thought it worked! I am considering trying a home device. Any one tried one and have input??
Oct 23, 2014 @ 12:44 pm
Tatdewar

My

My mum has a facial electronic brush that i love using. Leaves my face feeling so clean
Oct 23, 2014 @ 09:37 pm
TashaCat

Sonic Face Cleansing?

Tatdewar - Are you talking about the sonic cleansing brushes? I've heard great reviews about them - on the smoothness of the skin, the glow, and also how any products absorb and wear better. I'm going to be buying one for sure!

For some CA reviewers, they'll be trying out these brushes as part of the review club. Unfortunately, that's not me!

I've been pricing and doing some research about them -
* Clarisonic has a lot of buzz, is the name brand and is recommended by a number of dermatologists. It's not cheap but there is a special on The Shopping Channel on one of the Mia2 models for about $159 (less than the price on Clarisonic's website and still has free shipping).
* There's the Clinique brush people tested...
* There's one by Silk'n that is also sonic vibration... but a lot less expensive (about $50)

More companies are doing these now. I hope that anyone who has tried one, two or more will post a comparison or opinion!

Today I can get a red light device (infra-red/fractionated red light) a sonic vibration cleansing brush for just the price of the red-light on a Showstopper at TSC, so I think today's my day to try more tech-tools (which I'm the queen of!). (I'd post this on a deals page, but there isn't one anymore)
Nov 06, 2014 @ 01:34 pm
michelef

No!No! Hair Removal

I got the NoNo hair removal thing for Christmas last year. There's no other way to say this other than it was $300 worth of bull. I followed the instructions to an absolute T, but it just didn't work. It gave off a strong odor of burning hair, but no matter how many times, ways, etc., I used this stupid thing, it didn't work. My mom tried it too, to no avail either. Such a gimmick!
Nov 07, 2014 @ 02:51 pm
deidrexo

No!No!

Thanks for posting about the No! No!
I've seen it pop up again, and was interested in trying it. But I don't think I will after reading that lol. Plus $300 is pricey!
Nov 07, 2014 @ 03:22 pm
koreandoll

NoNoPro

I've been seeing that NoNoPro commercial and I honestly thought it was a device worth looking up. Guess not. Thanks for the info.
Nov 25, 2014 @ 09:51 am

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