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12 of the weirdest-looking beauty products out there

Author: Elle Canada

Beauty

12 of the weirdest-looking beauty products out there

 

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Devacurl DevaFuser Attachment

Although this may look like a character in a Pixar movie and/or a pineapple, it is actually an attachment for your hair dryer. The innovative fuser – it's meant to resemble a hand – is composed of 50 air vents that deliver a 360-degree airflow to hold curls and enhance volume. Devacurl DevaFuser Attachment ($61), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: 5 days of gorgeous hair

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Rebels Refinery Capital Vices Skull Lip Balm

Bring out your inner punk with Rebel Refinery's Capital Vices Skull Lip Balm. This unisex lip balm is infused with moisturizing coconut and sweet almond oils, plus vitamin E. And then there's this: The bottom of each balm is embossed with the famous Hamlet (yeah, that Hamlet) quotation: "Be all my sins remember'd." #badass Rebels Refinery Capital Vices Skull Lip Balm ($7.99), at rebelsrefinery.com. READ MORE: The most luxurious lip balms

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge

If you're not onboard with Asian-inspired beauty products yet, start here. Boscia's Konjac Cleansing Sponge is a delicate facial cleansing tool made with natural konjac root. To use it, just soak the sponge in warm water: it will expand and soften.  Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge ($19), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: Celeb-approved beauty products that won't break the bank

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Tangle Teezer Compact Styler

Banish hair woes (and tears), thanks to the Tangle Teezer. The teeth on this brush are made to glide through the hair – goodbye, knots! – while adding shine. Tangle Teezer Compact Styler ($25), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: 4 simple steps to luxury hair

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Foreo Luna

This adorable-looking tool is the Foreo Luna: a silicone facial brush that pulses up to 8,000 times a minute to gently cleanse skin. Foreo LUNA For Combination Skin ($229), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: ELLE Canada editors reveal their biggest beauty splurges

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Beauty Blender

Behold the Beauty Blender. When dipped in water, the sponge expands so makeup sits on top of the tool (rather than being absorbed). This makes for easy application and a super smooth finish. Totally better than an egg-shaped piece of chocolate (which is what we thought this was at first glance). Beauty Blender ($26), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: The best beauty splurges and saves of top makeup artists

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Conair Infiniti Pro Curl

If you struggle between your love for sleep and your love for gorgeous hair, then you might want to add this tool to your morning routine. The Infiniti Pro Curl has an automatic rotating barrel that brings hair into a heated ceramic chamber. It may sound scary, but within 8 seconds, runway-worthy hair will be yours. Snooze on. Conair Infiniti Pro Curl ($88.96), at drugstores and mass-market retailers. READ MORE: 2 ways to get the long hair of your dreams

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Rodan + Fields Anti-Age Amp MD System

Don't let this paintbrush-with-needles-looking contraption scare you. The Rodan + Fields Anti-Age Amp MD System micro-exfoliating roller uses surgical-grade, stainless steel micro-needles that, when gently rolled over the face, prepares skin for optimal absorption of serums and creams. #Winning. Rodan + Fields Anti-Age Amp MD System ($200), rodanandfields.com. READ MORE: The most expensive beauty products

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Sigma Spa Brush Cleaning Mat

When was the last time you cleaned your makeup brushes? Exactly. Enter Sigma Beauty's brush cleaning mat, which features seven different textured areas to gently scrub away grime. Place the mat in the sink, add some soap and give your brushes a swirl. Sigma Spa Brush Cleaning Mat ($32), sigmabeauty.com. READ MORE: Refresh your makeup bag - for under $100

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Nu Face Trinity Facial Toner

Yes, the Nu Face Trinity Facial Toner looks intimidating, but this handheld facial toning device uses microcurrent technology to help improve skintone and banish fine lines.  Nu Face Trinity Facial Toner ($390), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: 6 ways to bring luxury to your beauty routine

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12 weird-looking beauty products

CelluSmart Cellulite Cream

CelluSmart Cellulite Cream looks like a normal body lotion, except for the addition of "massage rollers," which aim to break down cellulite. Which way to the beach? CelluSmart Cellulite Cream ($36.98), at vitasave.ca. READ MORE: The 11 most luxurious beauty products

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12 weird-looking beauty products

Sephora Collection Pro Contour Kabuki #82

My dog ate my makeup brush? Nope. It's just the Pro Contour Kabuki brush from Sephora Collection. The unusual design makes for easy highlighting and contouring in just a few strokes. What did we learn in school? Don't judge a book by its cover. Sephora Collection Pro Contour Kabuki #82 ($48), at sephora.ca. READ MORE: Melt-proof makeup tips

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12 of the weirdest-looking beauty products out there