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Beauty Products That Look More Like Medieval Torture Devices


Plastic surgery can be a bit scary for some people. A plethora of items are available to help decrease the need to go under the knife. Being beautiful is hard work and some beauty products are just downright scary. We take a look at 10 gadgets that you should steer clear of in the store.

Let’s Set This Straight

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Are you insecure about your nose’s crooked look? Well, this nose straightener will help bring it back to normal. You’ll just have to look like you’re avoiding the smell of skunks.

Behind The Mask

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Aside from a face lift, this contraption has multiple other uses. It’s a great way to conceal yourself while fighting crime or taking on opponents in the pro wrestling ring.

Harsh Brows

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We’re exactly not sure what the purpose of this facial tattoo measurement device is. If you’re looking to get some ink, it’s best to contact your local tattoo artist.

Chin Up, Sport

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Celebs like as Matthew Perry and William Shatner have no shame flaunting their double chins. This item makes it look like you’re competing in the state wrestling championships.

The People’s Eyebrow

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Getting perfect eyebrows is one of the most crucial things for a night out. This item almost makes it look like you’re balancing an electric shaver on your face.

Lips Of An Angel

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Apparently, all you need are some gold wax lips in order to plump your lips. There’s plenty of lipstick shades and lip products available that can do the deed without the embarrassment.

Behind Closed Eyelids

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Eyelid trainers are predominantly used in Japan to help women improve their eye game. Wearing these makes it look like you got your glasses destroyed in a fight.

Fool’s Gold

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Gold masks, which were a fan favorite of Egyptian ruler Cleopatra, are mainly used to help reduce wrinkles. This brand of gold mask nearly looks like cheap metallic wrapping.

Training Day

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Some people out there have a hard time smiling for the camera. This contraption supposedly fixes that issue. A pink scrunchie isn’t needed to reach your true level of happiness.

Slim Chance

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Another item from Japan, the face slimmer is supposed to give those pesky wrinkles a lift. Unfortunately, this device makes you like a cartoon character.

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