As riveting as those products are, lately I've been fixated on two beauty items being hocked by comedian Joan Rivers. There's her Right to Bare Legs, a concealer you apply to your legs to hide unsightly blemishes, varicose veins, and even tattoos (her demo is big on body art). Rivers claims her Right to Bare Legs will make your legs look younger, slimmer, and sexier. It also promises to be sweat proof and water proof, and not to stain your clothes.
Rivers is also the mastermind behind Great Hair Day Fill-In Powder, which gives fine and thinning hair the illusion of volume and thickness. I guess the funny lady has a thing for paint products.
Another as-seen-on-TV product that's caught my eye is the Cami Secret. My hubby hipped me to this blouse-altering short-cut. When you feel your cleavage is dipping a lil too low, add a lacey Cami Secret. For those old enough to remember, it's a lace-version of a dickey. It comes in assorted colors, attaches to your bra, and gives you the layered look without the bulk. As silly as it seems, I'd try it if they design a style without the lace.