Brow Power Prevents “Floaty Balls”

The infomercial for Brow Power is for the most part a pretty dull and straightforward (if low budget) attempt at selling an eyebrow pencil. But check out the testimonial that starts at 1:26:“When you don’t have your eyebrows on you look older. There’s no frame. Your eyeballs are floating around in your face. And nobody wants floaty balls. Okay?”

The line “nobody wants floaty balls” is something I probably would have expected to hear on an infomercial for some sort of strange new male enhancement product, maybe as a free bonus for buyers of ExtenZe or Extamax.

But I must say that lady is just wrong that “nobody wants floaty balls.” Otherwise, how do you explain the phenomenal infomercial success of the “floating” Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball?


  • 2 Responses to “Brow Power Prevents “Floaty Balls””

  • Note how all the women who use this product have the same identical bathroom with the same kitschy painting on the wall.

    Comment by zeptimius on September 22, 2010 at 4:11 am

  • I like the segue. My brother and I would see the Fushigi ball commercial on This TV a lot. I still don’t get what’s so amazing about it.

    Comment by Joseph on September 22, 2010 at 6:03 pm