Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, yet somehow, most of us are chasing the same ideals. This makes it very easy for those who want to make a quick buck off our own insecurities, inventing some of the weirdest looking beauty gadgets you couldn’t even have imagined existed.
Wearing the Mejikara for 5 minutes every day will improve the appearance of your face. On the inside of the glasses there are specially-designed ridges which massage and help your skin.
Beau Bust Roller
One of the weirdest inventions you’ll ever come across, this one is an electronic breast stimulator which is designed to be rolled across the boobs. Somehow, it’s supposed to make your boobs look bigger, designed to react with a gel used across the area.
Body Hair Thinner
The Mudage Jolie Body Hair Thinner is for men who don’t want to scare girls away with their chest rug, but are reluctant to dispense with their body hair altogether. This way, you don’t get smooth all over while making your lovelife managable to the women who like less hair on your body.
Dryer For Nails
After “painting” your nails, simply put the hand below these tiny tubes, and pump the air with your other hand.
Face Changing Jewelry
This jewelery goes across your face and lifts or pulls your skin into bizarre positions. Created by Burcu Buyukunal, these pieces of jewelry distort your face, not necessarily making it more beautiful. Think of it as a cheaper way to get a facelift.
Yes, it looks like a you know what. The face slimmer fits around the lips, forcing them open. The wearer is to recite each vowel sound out loud twice a day, three times a minute. The instructions suggest doing the exercises while bathing. Why? Who knows…
Makeup Mirror Attachment
Not only does it let you apply makeup or do anything else you do with a small mirror, but it also becomes a kickstand to hold your phone up for viewing videos or photos or taking self-portraits.
Apparantly, if your chin touches your collarbone, it means you’re not a beautiful human being. So someone invented the neck stretcher, so you can put the device around your neck, like a collar, pump in a little air and the air pressure gently stretches the back of the neck and provides a refreshing sensation.
The nose straighter costs around $50 and you won’t be surprised to learn it’s a Japanese invention, and it’s supposed to help balance and push up the bones and contours of your nose, so it has an overall sharper, straighter shape, less round and more graceful.