Wednesday, May 26, 2010
If the word "LOST" randomly pops up on my blog, then you know that I am still in my LOST withdrawn stage, which will probably last for the days and weeks to come. Seriously, I felt that there is something missing in my life, now that I don't ever have another episode of the drama to look forward to. Well, this sure isn't the time for my usual long product reviews (because I am thinking about watching a recap marathon) so I thought I would do something short and fun.
This topic came up to me when I was talking about my recent purchase with my sister. Although I do set limits on how much I spend on a lipgloss or an eyeliner, I also like to pay good money for things that I really like. My philosophy has always been that expensive or not, it really depends on each person's preference. A $10 lipstick may be expensive to someone, but if I like it, I may think it is worth it. However, very often, when we have to empty out our wallets, it is just not easy no matter what the product is or how much we like it.
After almost a year of research and waiting?!, I finally caved in and bought the famous Clarionsonic Plus ($225) a few months ago.
More about the brand: From the creators of the Sonicare® toothbrush comes a new innovation—the Clarisonic Plus Skin Care System & Spot Therapy Kit. Sonic technology first changed the way we clean our teeth, it's now changing how we cleanse our skin. The sonic frequency moves Clarisonic's soft, gentle brush back and forth at more than 300 times per second, thoroughly clearing pores and skin surface.
I have to say that I am loving it, especially how it changed and improved my skin. I know such hefty price is not something for everyone out there, and it sure was not an easy choice for me either when I decided to purchase it. Well, ladies, I want to ask you the same question then. Would you pay big money for beauty gadgets?