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When you’ve been around as long as your Muse (way back, around the time of dinosaurs) you’ll find yourself getting bored with the normal hum-drum makeup adventure. Maybe you’ll find yourself wanting to explore new lines of makeup from Japan, Sweden, Germany, or England.
Here’s 10 Great European and Asian Cosmetics Sites to procrastinate on and drool over.
Surf’s up dudes!
Here’s one you can actually avoid, The Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber Essence Mask Sheet, DO NOT WANT!
‘ello my dear girls (and boys)!
I hope I’m not boring you too much with my coverage on the Bihada Ichizoku line. I got many a fine request via e-mail asking for the reviews but I’m always happy to hear your feedback here via comments. You ok with the reviews so far? Likey? Do tell your dear old Muse.
Today I hauled out my Bihada Ichizoku Peeling Clear Gel and thought to myself what a fine little peel it would be for someone who hasn’t experienced the joys of a peeling gel!
Check it after the jump!
When I was 12 or so I kept a diary. I remember it was a small pink Hello Kitty Diary with a lock and key. Of course, I wrote everything that was of great import in my life at the time in it. At 12 I imagine it was some serious stuff. When I was 18 or so I recall reading back into it and smiling at the babblings of my 12 year old self. Granted, I had to literally splice open the journal to get inside because lord knows where I put the bloody key and honestly why I wanted to lock away any of those babblings is beyond me.
I’ve since grown up and in some ways my diary has become Musings of a Muse but I guess the closest I get to an actual diary these days are My Beauty Diary Masks.
After my fiasco with toilet paper smelling cleanser from Etude House I was feeling ever so scared to crack open my bottle of Etude House Cleansing Dream Cleansing Oil.
Would it smell like toilet paper too?
God please no!