Yeah, I admit, I’m a little bit of a facial sheet h0r. I hoard them like it’s my career and I use at least three or four masks a week to keep my skin smooth and hydrated. I find I drop off a bit in the Summer but in the Winter my skin needs some serious TLC and facial masks are really a treat to get things in order.
If you’ve never tried an Asian Facial Sheet Mask before they are super simple to use. Masks come individually packaged and are saturated with essence. You place the mask on your face (they are typically made from durable cotton fiber) and you sit around for 10-20 minutes allowing the essence to absorb into your skin.
The joy of Asian Sheet Masks is the ease of use and the variety of formulas available for brighter skin, whitening skin, anti-aging benefits, etc…
Love More is a series of masks that’s supposed to contain 25ml of essence per sheet thus the name “Love More”.
Take a look!
I absolutely love peaches, corals, etc….and the new, limited edition Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Color in Bird Flutter (18) is an absolute gem of a coral!
Lunasol has introduced two new boxed powders a la Benefit for Spring 2012.
Glowing Powder Cheeks is available in a coral and pink version and launched in Japan just recently. I was intrigued by these as they sported the same packaging as Benefit plus the “glowing” sold me as I assumed they have a gorgeous shimmer or perhaps a glowing, highlighted finished.
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I get constant questions about JuJu Cosmetics Aquamoist Collection as fans of Hadalabo are always curious if the Aquamoist Collection is as good.
Juju Cosmetics is a skincare line available in Japan made up of various skincare products that include Hyaluronic Acid in them to help retain moisture in the skin.
Let’s take a look at JuJu Cosmetics Aquamoist Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing Cleansing Oil.
Sasa is a Asian drugstore of sorts which luckily enough also has a website, Sasa.com, that ships worldwide. If you haven’t ordered from Sasa before I highly suggest it as they carry a huge range of skincare, color cosmetics, etc…from various Asian brands.
During one of my recent sprees with Sasa I ended up exploring their house brand, Sasatinnie, and ended up popping one of their Supreme Express Eye Makeup Removers in my cart.
I’m always on the hunt for a new, exciting bi-phase eye makeup remover to try as I simply hate paying for the costly Lancome version, ouch! Dunno why I’m so frugal about makeup remover but I am.
Let’s take a peek at Sasatinnie Supreme Express Eye Makeup Remover.