The Cricket Carbon Comb Straightening Comb ($7.99, Folica.com) allows you to style and groom your hair with ease. The bottom part is used to separate out small sections of hair to make using a straightening or curling iron easier. The comb also folds up, so it can go anywhere with you.
When shortening your toenails and fingernails, you're faced with the annoying task of having to collect the clippings. Sally Hansen's Clip N' Catch Nail Clipper ($3.89, Ulta.com) takes care of that pesky problem by catching them for you, so all you have to do is empty the small plastic device when you're finished with your at-home mani/pedi.
This Sephora Duo Eyelash/Brow Comb ($5, Sephora.com) is like a Swiss Army Knife for brows and lashes. One end brushes out eyebrows to keep them tame, while the other combs out unwanted mascara clumps. When finished, just fold up this tool and put it in your makeup bag.
Physician's Formula pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush ($12.95, Physiciansformula.com) is quite the clever product. Not only does the fluorescein-based pigment sense your skin's pH, so it can adjust to the perfect shade for you, but it also adjusts with light to have you looking amazing both inside and outside. Our favorite part? When you open this compact, a light comes on, so you can apply the perfect amount no matter where you are.
As much as we love perfumes, we can never bear the thought of taking those delicate glass bottles anywhere besides our vanity. Jacomo It's Me ($50, B-glowing.com) came up with the brilliant idea to put their delicious fragrance in a white, plastic iPhone-like case. It easily slides into our itty bitty evening bag and keeps us from worrying about any accidental spills.
Feel free to throw out your other curling irons, ladies, because there's no way any of them can compete with the Sarah Potempa Beachwaver ($199, Sarahpotempa.com). With this genius tool, all you do is separate a small section of hair, clamp the end, and press a button. The rotating iron does the rest. It works to spiral hair over the entire length of the barrel, so when you release you're left with the perfect beach wave.
If powder and base come in compacts, why not primer? MAC made the answer simple with Prep + Prime Skin Smoother ($30, Maccosmetics.com). Now it's easy to prepare skin on-the-go before applying your makeup.
Sure, there are tons of sprays and creams aimed at giving you volume, but why keep all of those when you can have a Conair Infiniti Pro Spin Air Brush ($69.99, Conair.com)? The barrel brush spins and releases hot air, so it lifts hair as it dries.
Bug spray may not be the sexiest skin product on the market, but it is a necessary one. Avon's Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus ($6.99, Shop.avon.com) combines insect repellent with SPF 30 for those outdoor summer BBQ parties. And guess what? It actually smells good!
Remember those fruit snacks you ate as a kid that always had a mystery flavor? Pure Ice Vinyl Remix ($5.98, Baricosmetics.com) is like the mystery flavor of nail polish. You swipe the crackle on over the base coat and wait to see what color shows up. With the nail art craze that's going on right now, this is a hassle-free way to get an exciting mani.