MesoLyft Skin, $89.99 at MesoLyft
MesoLyft is a two-in-one target microneedling tool (there's one for your skin, eyes or lips). Instead of microneedling and then applying your serum, this device has a tube with serum attached to the needles to lather as you roll.
Yubi Buff and Blend Duo, $39 at Yubi
Patent-pending Yubi brushes slide on your fingers to become an extension of your hand, allowing for maximum control when applying makeup. Plus, these brushes are easy to travel with because they're small and designed to replace ALL your brushes. The three brushes can be used to apply foundation, concealer, blush, contour, bronzer, highlighter — you name it.
L'Oréal Paris Lash Lifting and Lengthening Washable Mascara, $12.99 at L'Oréal Paris
This newfangled mascara wand has a tapered brush that bends, allowing for a more precise application. When the wand is bent, you can more easily get to the root of lashes.
N:P Beautiful Flat Iron, $249 at Nordstrom
Conceived by celebrity hairstylist David Babaii, this iron may look like your run-of-mill hair tool, but the plates vibrate. The idea is that the vibrating motion shuffles the hair back and forth to minimize slipping or pulling while helping create a more natural look.
Beauténotions Immaculash 360, $35 at Beauténotions
This mascara has a dual wand applicator that works to deliver color and volume, but also separates lashes without clumps (and no, they won't poke your eyes). You can use the wands separately or together. The thin one is perfect for small lashes and corners, while the big one is for the bulk of your lashes. To use them together, just place your top lashes between them and move your wrist outward (like chopsticks or a flatiron) so you coat both sides of lashes with product.
St.Tropez Gradual Tan Everyday Pre-Shower Tanning Mousse, $20 at Sephora
If you're the kind of person who self-tans on the regular, this will be your new go-to. Simply apply it an hour before hopping in the shower — meaning no strong smell — and then reapply daily (or as needed).
Primal Elements Loofah Bar Soap, $9 at Primal Elements
The multitasking loofah lets you wash and exfoliate at the same time. The square is made up of a thin loofah attached to a palm-size square of handmade soap.
Tweezerman No Mess Mascara Guard, $12.49 at Amazon
Finally an end to eye makeup fallout. This lash guard keeps the area below the eyes clean from any debris that occurs when applying mascara, liner or shadow.
ModelCo Tan Water, $25 at ModelCo
All you do is spray this water-based self-tanner on yourself and wait for the color to develop over the next four hours. No washing off required!
It’s easy to obsess over beauty products: new colors, new packaging, new textures, new finishes. It’s not all that often, however, that truly innovative products come out. We’re talking about ones that have the potential to change the standard and are seriously worth obsessing over. Think about it. Many of us can’t conceive going a day without our sonic face brush, but it wasn’t all that long ago that Clarisonic was considered an out-of-the-box innovation. These days it seems about as common as an electric toothbrush.
Check out the above slideshow for ingenious beauty buys that may seem oddball now, but might very soon be considered essentials in your arsenal.
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