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Do You Use Vibrating Beauty Products?

Do You Like Makeup With Good Vibes?

No, not that kind of vibrator. The vibes I'm talking about are the ones in a slew of beauty products. Vibrating mascara is all over the place, vibrating face brushes and scrubbers are in drugstores and at Sephora, and now Lancome has come out with "micro-vibrating" Oscillation Powerfoundation ($48, review here). The whole thing sort of smacks of gimmick, even though some of these products do work well. What do you think about all these moving makeup apparatuses? Is it a selling point, or just another set of batteries you'd have to replace?

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GummiBears GummiBears 6 years
I never tried those item and I have no desire to. I already lined their pockets with scads of skincare products and makeup I purchase.
bellydancinmary bellydancinmary 6 years
I never tried any of those products, but I don't think I will. I'm happy with my studiofix.
kittylitter1 kittylitter1 6 years
I like my Clairsonic, but won't bother with the mascara or foundation. I just don't see the point.
mek123 mek123 6 years
Total marketing ploy! What a waste.
ajbray ajbray 6 years
The first time I saw the vibrating mascara I thought to myself, "Are sales on white canes and Braille books *really* down that low? I mean, really?!" Then I thought, "And what a waste of a perfectly good mini vibe motor." Unless you're an oversexed female gerbil, I can't think of one solitary use for these contraptions.
mommahello mommahello 6 years
Crazy idea.
mommahello mommahello 6 years
Crazy idea.
mallorycurtis mallorycurtis 6 years
just seems like a way to get you to spend more money. i'll stick with my old non-vibrating stuff.
plasticine1 plasticine1 6 years
vibrating foundation powder sounds like it would clog your pores
Pistil Pistil 6 years
I prefer my own hand to anything vibrating, ha ;) Actually I've never tried any vibrating beauty products, but have no desire to, really.
Pistil Pistil 6 years
I prefer my own hand to anything vibrating, ha ;)Actually I've never tried any vibrating beauty products, but have no desire to, really.
reactionary reactionary 6 years
im confused - how exactly does vibrating help my foundation stay on/look any better? people will fall for anything these days.
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
I never tried any of these type of products and I don't think I will.
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