Best Beauty Gadgets
There may not be enough room in your cosmetic bag or underneath the bathroom sink for another thing, and that's understandable. But take a look at these five beauty gadgets, and you may want to make some room. First, for effortless foundation application, try the Elizabeth Arden Makeup Blender ($15). It's a large, teardrop-shaped sponge at the end of a handle that resembles that of a large makeup brush. Because it's tapered, it can apply makeup in crevices and hard-to-reach places as evenly as it can flatter parts of your face, like your forehead. And if you have trouble removing stray hairs from your face - or your bathroom is just too shadowy to be effective - try Sally Hansen See the Light Lighted Tweezers ($10). It seems kind of silly to use a pair of tweezers that light up, but you'd be surprised at what you're missing without them. Try them and stay out of the waxer's chair for a few more weeks. If you love the look of hair curled with a curling iron, but hate the kinks that they cause at the ends of your hair, then give a clipless curling iron ($50 and up) a shot.