Vibrating mascara is just the latest in wacky beauty products aimed to grab your attention (magnetic nail polish anyone?), but does it actually work? I put the Glam Vibrating Mascara ($20, glamcosmetics.com) to the test to see if it boosts lashes any better than regular mascara.
What It’s Supposed to Do: The purpose of a vibrating wand is to help separate the lashes and get in between them so each lash is perfectly coated and defined.
What It Did: The vibration was so light, I barely felt a difference when applying the mascara. It worked just as well as a regular mascara in terms of defining my lashes, but no better. Since Glam’s was the only vibrating mascara I’ve tried, I can’t fully write off vibrating mascaras, but I will be wary against believing the claims of another.
Have you tried vibrating mascara?