Can you "spin" your way to a more beautiful set of eyes?
Splinlash says you can---for $20. That's how much it costs to buy the rotating mascara wand. The company will throw in a second for free, but you can't buy just one.
We take the Spinlash to Xenon's, a local cosmetology school. The students studying make-up give it our workout.
The package says "no more clumps," and "thicker, fuller, sexier eyes." And it says it will work with either the mascara it comes with or the the mascara you already own.
But when the gals turn it on, they say it's not working. That is until they look closer.
The wand is rotating---slowly. Both of them expected a quicker spin.
Mistie tries out the brown-black mascara that's sent with her Spinlash, but it's not a great result.
She says the wand doesn't put on a lot of mascara, and doesn't really get good contact with her lashes. When she looks at one eye without mascara and one after she used Spinlash on it, she can't see much difference.