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Beauty Tools: Fix "Disorderly Lashes"!

There never seems to be a shortage of gadgets claiming to enhance our quality of life or make life easier; especially when it comes to beauty products. I have a room full of many sensationalized gadgets that I am ashamed to admit I own.

My first reaction was of course, intrigue, when I saw the Spinlash. Like with most beauty products that I encounter, I develop almost an obsession with studying and starring at there every aspect.

This particular gadget claims to "revolve around you", as it applies mascara to your lashes. It works by rotating 360 degrees in both directions (for using on upper and lower lashes) to "declump" our "disorderly lashes". I have come across claims that this little wand has solved many clumping and separating issues commonly associated with applying mascaras. On the other hand, I also read that it is time-consuming and that the buttons 'stick' on the wand. The wand can also be used with your own brand of mascara, but it does come with a choice of black of brown mascara.

This reminds me of the rotating hair brush that we used to see on tv. I don't actually own one of those because I think it may be damaging to our hair. If any of you own one and like it though, please do share with us.

What is your opinion? Do you think that this tool will help make mascara-application easier?

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Fabu-less Beauty said...

I saw this ad for this in a beauty magazine. I'm really clumsy, so knowing me, I probably will mess up my lashes or knock out some of my lashes with this..haha

The Seeker said...

I'm certainly not sure about this...
Well I think it might damage the lashes, if mine are short OMG what could happen???


' * : . b | u 3 . : * ' said...

hmm it sounds like a glorified lash comb. also it seems like it'd be time consuming to clean. not something i would pay for :)

aww too bad you are so rushed in toronto! 1 hour isn't enough for sephora even lol. But if you get the chance in Mississauga there is Square One mall which also has Sephora, MAC, and the usual department stores :)

' * : . b | u 3 . : * ' said...

store directory here :) http://www.shopsquareone.com/viewstores.asp

Divine Blackness said...

I will be doing a review on this very shoooortly. :)

La Belette Rouge said...

No, I think I will stick with a lash comb. I need no battery operated gadget to manage my lashes.

Emilee @ GMM said...

I actually just tried this out, and reviewed it. It is like a glorified lash comb in many ways, but it is useful in applying mascara. It's more of a fun gadget, but it retails for about $15, which doesn't really break the bank.

Grayburn said...

Fabu-less: Lol, yet something compels me to go and try this!

The seeker: Do you think I should check this out? I think I should go and investigate!

blu 3: I see all of these issues and personally don't have tangled lashes or anything. But am still compelled to try this little gadget out.

I practically ran through Sephora and stayed very focused (with a list in my hand!) :) Thanks for the store directory, it helped me plan my visit better.

Divine Blackness: Looking forward!

La Belette Rouge: Hehe! I tend to agree with you but something is also telling me to seek this one out..

Emilee: I will definitely check your review first before deciding anything...