Beauty Trends. Battery-Powered Lashes?

August 5, 2008 • Beauty

What’s the newest thing in eyelash extension? Apparently, a lot of brands are pushing the battery-powered brush. Both and Lancome are claiming to have the first vibrating brush, which helps to lengthen and separate lashes.

Lancome’s ÔSCILLATION Vibrating Infinite Powermascara was on sale online at Sephora for one day only July 31, but will be available for wider purchase in December 2008. It boasts 700 oscillations a minute, and runs at $34 a tube.


Lancome’s Oscillation

Estee Lauder‘s new Turbolash All Effects Motion Mascara claims that "the brush does all the work." The LashSonic Brush with micro-pulse bristles is apparently the key to the new mascara’s breakthrough.


Find out more about how Turbolash works here.

Finally, we’ve got this– a spinning brush rather than a vibrating brush. See the video below to see how Spinlash actually works:

We’d love to give any of these products a try, but let’s get real– we bet they’re no better than Greatlash.

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One Response to Beauty Trends. Battery-Powered Lashes?

  1. Maxi says:

    Havent tried spin lash, but as a fan of Lancome mascara’s I did buy Oscillation at Nordstrom’s last week, and with the guidance of a mu artist (I think you have to use these right) I must say it’s the first time people commented on my eyes. Pretty great stuff. Even the next day on my own it was a hit. I did try Lauder at Saks but was overwhelmed by the shaking (the lancome one is very subtle) and all the bulky formula on it. Also, a customer at Saks lost the battery that you have to put in when you open the Lauder package – luckily they gave her a new one. I’d be pissed if that happened at home

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