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Chris’ Angels: Beauty Gadgets

Chris' Angels love their beauty routine, so testing the latest and greatest in beauty gadgets was right up their alley.

Chris' Angels: Beauty Gadgets

Clarisonic, $175

The claim: Using a patented sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second the Clarisonic gently yet thoroughly removes six times more makeup and two times more dirt and oil than cleansing with your hands alone. This leads to healthier more radiant skin.

The verdict: I didn't really get the hype, but Cher and Joanne absolutely loved their Clarisonic after testing it, so I'd say it's a buy. — Taylor

Nanoblur, $20

The claim: A suspension of millions of particles reflect light perfectly in billions of directions to make the skin's surface appear completely ­flawless. Within seconds, pores begin to disappear. Nanoblur claims to make you 10 years younger in 40 seconds.

The verdict: It does work, however the results aren't very long lasting. It could be great for a photo op or short event, not really for long term wear. — Cher

Nad's Nose Wax, $20

The claim: This product claims to offer quick and effective nose hair removal with Nad's SafeTip applicator. Easily removes blackheads and cleanses pores on the nose surface with no strips, no mess and no fuss. There are also chamomile and aloe extracts!

The verdict: It certainly does work to remove nose hairs. Absolutely. But it's painful and messy. I'll be sticking to my little trimmers! — Joanne


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