Dontcha just love scoring a gloss with color and shine? Innisfree Eco Real Color Lipgloss is available in ten shades and is a gel lipgloss which gives both a shiny pigmented pout to lips.
I really need to stop with lipgloss as I feel like I’m overloaded with them lately but I couldn’t resist this one. And hey, I’ve been GOOD I haven’t purchased a Liplicious Gloss in ages. Hopefully it holds out until Halloween! Crap, now I wanna head onto Bath & Body Works website and see if they have any new ones…! I’m being completely serious as I typed this I already loaded the site in a new window. It’s a disease.
Let’s take a peek at Innisfree Eco Real Color Lipgloss and maybe I’ll forget to look!
Shiseido Anessa Perfect Gel Sunscreen SPF 50 PA++++ recently launched in Japan so I decided to skip out on my normal Allie SPF and try this instead.
I don’t believe Shiseido has every released a gel sunscreen prior to this in the Anessa Collection. Don’t quote me but they have always had liquid sunscreens as I recall. From my understanding the gel line will be available for a limited time but again don’t quote me on that.
Let’s take a look!
Burn baby burn with the new Missha Hot Burning Body Gel my dears. Hot Burning Body Gels are pretty damn common in Asia and most all brands make some variation of ‘em.
We haven’t quite caught on to the trend here in the US but the idea of them kinda cracks me up. I think Bliss makes a shaping gel of some sort don’t they?
Well for Summer Missha says goodbye to cellulite and hello to firmer skin with their new Hot Burning Body Gel!
Take a peek!
Missha Not Over You is one of six fragrances in the Leau de Missha Eau de Parfum Collection. Typically Asian brands do a lot of powder-y scents with rose as a main note. I dub them eau de toilet paper because many smell like Charmin. Sorry…but it is true.
Missha is one of the few brands that actually develop complex wearable fragrances that are FAR from eau de Charmin smelling.
Let’s take a look at Not Over You!
Although I have plenty of favs I admit that Heroine Make Eye Makeup Remover tops my HG (holy grail) eye makeup remover list. So much so that I really wish it was something I could easily purchase in my local drugstore as going out of my way to stock up on it from Japan is such a chore sometimes.
Seriously, why can’t someone create a formula like this in our local drugstores?