Would You Wear This To Avoid A Facelift?
By NewBeauty Staff |
We know there are some unconventional beauty products out there, but the gadgets at Japanese Trend Shop bump up the wacky meter a few notches. This particular item, the Kagao! Mask, promises to tighten the cheeks and facial contours.
Here's what the product description says, “The double layer of nylon and polychloroprene will trap heat and work on those smile lines or laugh lines that we all hate. In pink and gray, the tight belt may take a little getting used to but you will soon be smiling, all while knowing you can now combat the aftereffects of laughter and fun.”
For the $52 this contraption costs, we're sure there will be even more laughter. But wait, there's more! You could also try the Hana Twin Nose, which comes with a couple of prongs that you stick in your nostrils and wear for 20 minutes a day for a straighter “more graceful” nose without the cost of rhinoplasty. Or there's also the Beauty Lift High Nose, a magenta-colored, battery-operated device that the company says will vibrate your nose into better positioning. The cost? $106.
By wearing a pair of cartoon-like lips (that remind us of those wax candy lips you got as a kid), you can exercise your way to a slimmer face while looking utterly ridiculous. One of the more expensive products, the Eye Slack Haruka, $122, is a battery-operated device that you place under your eyes and it electronically stimulates the skin, promising to combat gravity. Truth be told, we've actually seen something similar state-side!
What do you think? Would you be willing to give one of these wacky gadgets a try?
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