July 31, 2008

Vibrating...

... mascara.

Why?

You be the judge.

17 comments:

dmfoiemjsof said...

Yeah, I'm sure most women will use it on their eyes.

Joaquin said...

When it comes to 'warpaint' women will buy anything!

XWL said...

Not as bad as this. Both are wrong, very wrong, though.

And razors have been vibrating for years. Seems like it's an application of the same principal for similar reasons.

Michael_H said...

Why? Like the ad says "...for maximum results."

Chip Ahoy said...

It's a breakthrough in application. You should buy it.

UWS guy said...

Someone needs to come up with a bar of soap with a hole in it.

vbspurs said...

I can't wait! I have it pre-ordered at Bloomie's (been told it's already sold out!).

I finally know how the Harry Potter freaks felt.

Cheers,
Victoria

knox said...

Keep it from clumping I guess, but obviously pointless. Just wiggle the brush a little while applying... done.

Maggie45 said...

Good grief, I can just see me poking my eyeball with it. And then a huge doctor bill. No thanks. lol

kimsch said...

Covers each lash 'up to 360°' as if it could cover more than 360°....

rhhardin said...

It's for the fashionable raccoon look, like Princess Di and Ann Coulter.

Put it on and go through the garbage.

Man in the street to news bunny on the state of the economy: ``It's not bad as long as women are buying makeup.''

Ann Althouse said...

Wiggle it a little?! We're talking 7000 oscillations a minute!

blake said...

I think knox is suggesting you don't need all 7,000 oscillations.

Maybe you could do with 6985 fewer?

Bissage said...

When they start making the Swiss Army Cell Phone®, that vibro-mascara thing's going to go into the basic model, for sure.

7,000 oscillations.

101 uses!

kimsch said...

Does it go on any faster or cleaner? Does it dry faster so you don't get mascara all over your eyelid when you blink?

veni vidi vici said...

Is this perhaps the product of a co-branding deal with BettyBeauty.com?

Revenant said...

Covers each lash 'up to 360°' as if it could cover more than 360°

It could, but only if the product design team gives 110%. :)