Sunday 28 December 2014

10 best beauty gadgets

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Bliss
Skin can become congested in damp, polluted city winters, and the 'Pore-fector' face treatment uses sonic vibrations to loosen any nasty debris.
Price: £125 (€143)
www.blissworld.co.uk
Toni & Guy
With five heat and speed settings displayed digitally on the side, and a 2,000W power output, this hairdryer is ideal if you're in a rush.
Price: £39.99 (€45.80)
www.toniandguy.com
Tanda Clear
Simple to use at home, the Tanda Clear emits LED light to clear up breakouts. Charge it up overnight, then hold onto problem areas for three minutes twice a day.
Price: £225 (€257.70)
www.beautybay.com
Philips
Investing in a laser hair-removal gadget will save you thousands of euros in the long term. No more expensive visits to the salon for painful, embarrassing waxing treatments!
Price: £399 (€457)
www.boots.com
Estée Lauder
The TurboLash All Effects Motion mascara is perfect bling on a budget. The applicator brush gently vibrates to coat every lash from all angles.
Price: £28.50 (€32.60)
www.estéelauder.co.uk
WAM
This WAM Hybrid Styling Iron uses universal voltage, so is perfect for travelling.
Price: £120 (€137.40)
www.wamhair.com
Sarah Chapman
The Facialift is a massaging tool with eight heads, designed to mimic the unique pinching and tapping technique of Chapman's signature facial.
Price: £24 (€27.50)
www.spacenk.co.uk
Braun
The Oral B Professional Care 3000 Electric toothbrush is well priced and great at removing plaque and cleaning your teeth thoroughly, with 'daily use', 'sensitive' and 'polish' modes.
Price: £49.99 (€57.25)
www.boots.com
Slendertone Face
Expensive but still cheaper than Botox, this tightens facial muscles by emitting small, electrical charges.
Price: €300
www.slendertone.com
Clarisonic Plus
For those who wear a lot of makeup, the Clarisonic Plus uses a vibrating brush to cleanse and exfoliate your skin in just 60 seconds.
Price: £175 (€200)
www.selfridges.com

Chosen by Beth Dadswell

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