Saturday 31 January 2015

10 best beauty gadgets


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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
This WAM Hybrid Styling Iron uses universal voltage, so is perfect for travelling.
Price: £120 (€137.40)
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)
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)
Slendertone Face
Expensive but still cheaper than Botox, this tightens facial muscles by emitting small, electrical charges.
Price: €300
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)

Chosen by Beth Dadswell

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