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This Top-Selling Exfoliating Device Is the Key to Flawless Wedding Day Makeup

Why every bride-to-be should consider this dermaplaning tool.

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 05: A model poses at the Lela Rose Presentation during New York Fashion Week Bridal at Elizabeth Street Garden on October 5, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Albert Urso/Getty Images)
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There's good makeup, and there's great makeup—and when it comes to your wedding day, you want the best makeup of your life. Perhaps it's a little glamour or luminous lit-from-within skin, but we can all agree that flawless makeup is the end goal. You could book the top makeup artist in your area and have the best foundation and concealer stocked in your arsenal, but there's one high-tech tool at Sephora that can take your wedding day makeup from good to great, and every bride-to-be needs one.

We're talking about the Dermaflash Facial Exfoliating Device, one of Sephora's top sellers in the Skin Care Tools category and a makeup artist secret, until now. The at-home dermaplaning tool uses subtle sonic vibrations to gently exfoliate the top layer of debris-laden dead skin and sweep away excess peach fuzz with its safe, razor-like edge to reveal smoother skin.

With engagement shoots, bachelorette parties, and of course, the big wedding day, gorgeous skin and glowy makeup are every bride-to-be's beauty priorities—and this product can deliver. Dermaflash founder Dara Levy explains that "flashing" your skin, "instantly creates a flawless canvas for skincare and makeup." According to Levy, peach fuzz and dead skin cells can, in fact, get in the way of flawless makeup on the most important of days. "When we have a buildup of dead skin cells and peach fuzz on our face, light is absorbed into our skin. When we remove that build up, light refracts off the planes of our face making our skin glow, our cheekbones appear higher, our jawline tighter, and our face, slimmer."

See more: Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Skincare Routine—Revealed!

If you're ready to get your flash on, good news because Dermaflash 2.0 is coming to Sephora.com February 1. The new and improved device will retail for $189 and boasts a sleek, compact look with an ergonomic shape, multiple speeds, and comes in a beautiful shade of Something Blue.

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