The Weekend’s Power Tool finale

Posted on November 6th, 2009 by Gina

This week at LookinGood, we examined Power Tools for Women and brought you up-to-date with the latest in beauty technology.  Ultrasound machines that pulsate sound waves at your face.  Personal pleasure toys cleverly disguised as working razors (submersible in water for up to 3 hours, ladies, for those extra long, hot baths.)  We also reviewed vibrating mascara wands to add challenge to your makeup morning and even spray paint tools for applying foundation, sold exclusively at a Sephora near you.

In the end, though, they are all just gadgets, and we leave Sarah Haskins from Current TV to wrap up the subject.  Enjoy Sarah, and enjoy your weekend.

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