We know the holidays are all about being thankful and buying gifts for the people we love most! While spending tons of time in various stores, some of us ponder the next time we'll have extra pocket change to treat ourselves.
You're going to splurge anyways, so why not take some time to invest in the newest, most innovative beauty technologies that will get you to healthier hair, skin, and a better makeup regimen? Breakthroughs in laser hair removal to advancements in acne and blemish control systems are just the beginning of some the innovations to hit the beauty industry this year.
Start your new year with some of the best techy beauty tools:
The Mia fit is perfect for the active gym goers or people who like their tools to fit in the palm of their hand. This redesigned Clarisonic is made with a palm-fit, sleeker shape that is more travel-friendly for any occasion and still gets your face squeaky clean. $219, sephora.com
Worried about using a hair dryer that will leave your hair damaged from all the heat? The Dyson Dryer was invented for all hair types, from straight to tightly-coiled, with a light-weight design that mimics their innovative airflow fan. $400, sephora.com
Promote a natural contour on your face without makeup by using the Dr, Jart Liftra Contour Shaper. Use the balls of the uniquely shaped tool, and rub it up against the face contours to define them over time. $80, sephora.com
Laser hair removal can be a little expensive, so splurging one time on a device that you can reuse at home might be a little more practical. The Tria Hair Removal Laser is just one device in an entire line dedicated to permanent hair removal and anti-aging. The laser light will attach to the hair, zap the cuticle and disable the hair from growing back over time. How cool! $449, sephora.com
The newest, trendiest makeup brush has hit the beauty world and seems to be leaving its mark. The oval shaped brushes are made with synthetic brush hairs, so it should last longer while giving precise and even coverage. $25, mymakeupbrushset.com
Have you ever wondered how some people achieve that ultra-dewy, radiant complexion without much effort? The Dr. Dennis Gross Pro Facial Steamer helps with dryness, pores and dullness caused by uneven texture. $139, sephora.com
If you have curly hair, or just need to touch up a blow out, the new Amika Straightening Brush might be right up your alley. Use this polishing brush to smooth out rough ends without all the extra waiting. $120, sephora.com
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The Foreo Luna Play, like the larger sized sonic speed cleanser, removes makeup, dirt, and environmental grim from your face: just in a smaller, more convenient size. This little cleaning gadget is only good for 35 uses, so make sure you're using it for special occasions. $39, sephora.com
Wing your liner like a professional with Beautyblender’s Liner Designer. This uniquely shaped eyeliner guide cups the eye and serves as a stencil for sketching out any shape. $16, sephora.com
You’ll never have to throw your toothbrush away again if you make a one-time investment in the Forea Issa Hybrid Toothbrush. This hybrid toothbrush promotes a gentler cleanse since the bristles are silicone, while the sonic speed gives your teeth a deep clean. $199, sephora.com