Remember that mortifying scene from “Sex and the City” when Miranda’s cleaning lady discovers her vibrator in her nightstand? Since then, times and technology have changed, making it easier than ever to find a pleasure-inducing toy that isn’t totally obvious.
In fact, we’d go so far as to say that there’s been a quiet revolution within the industry, meaning you don’t have to sacrifice good design for great performance.
From vibrators that look like lipstick or mascara to devices that you actually wear IRL, there’s the perfect toy for every taste and type. Click through to see our top picks.
A modern shape and sleek packaging means this vibe can be your little secret.
Lelo Alia, $119; at Filthy Dirty
It takes a bold woman to wear a pleasure device in plain sight, but if that woman is you, mazel.
Vesper in 24K gold, $150; at CV New York
MAC lipstick or vibrator? Only you need to know.
Kandi Kisses Lipstick Vibrator, $69; at Babeland
As long as you’re not friends with a beauty editor, everyone will think this is just a European lipstick brand.
Bamboo Mini Vibe by Rocks Off, $25; at Filthy Dirty
This could just as easily be just another beauty tool in your vast arsenal.
Minamo by Iroha, $130; at Spring
For the woman with expensive taste.
Yva by Lelo 24K gold, $3,900; at CV New York
A tiny, minimal anti-vibrator.
Wink Vibrator, $69; at Crave
Cleverly looks like the real thing.
The Screaming O Studio Mascara, $29; at Amazon
Kind of like a sexy snowman.
Yuki by Iroha, $110; at Spring
Waterproof, travel-friendly, and guaranteed not to raise eyebrows at the TSA checkpoint.
Little Chroma, $125; at JimmyJane
They vibrate and help tone your ladybits, but perhaps best of all: The shape keeps their true use a mystery.
Luna Beads, $59; at Lelo