Baviphat, or how I’m tempted to say it, “Baby Phat”, is a Korean brand that sells various makeup bits and bobs that has a certain Benefit Cosmetics feel and look.
An extension of their collection is called Sugar Girl. The products in this collection are geared towards a more youthful crowd….of course, me being the immature one, loves anything they do in the Sugar Girl Collection. I love cute makeup, sue me.
Baviphat Sugar Girl Candy Gloss might just remind you of a gloss I reviewed many a moon ago from Japanese brand Love Clover entitled PopChu Gloss. It may be a rehash packaging wise but the formula is quite different…
Face Q makes a range of full facial sheet masks that wrap around your neck that I am really enjoying. However, I am finding that their normal range is a very frustrating as I keep experiencing tears when I use them!
Recently, I popped open a box of Face Q Red Pomegranate + CoQ10 Sheet Masks and really enjoyed them but the tearing around the nose area happened yet again!
Here’s a few thoughts about them!
Just heads up Imomoko has started selling SexyLook X Hello Kitty Facial Masks at close to retail prices. She normally sells out of things like this super fast so just wanted to let you know the good word.
I’ve been reviewing a few of the various Face Q Facial Sheet Masks out there. Anyone try them yet?
This is a range of masks made by the same company as My Beauty Diary. I admit I was attracted by the cute boxes prior to really concentrating on the formula of the masks but kawaii packaging aside I have to say I really like a few of them!
Here’s a review of the Face Q Luffa + Adlay Mask!
I love facial mists particularly in the Summer when I’m misting myself madly to rehydrate my skin and cool it off! I have any number of facial mists but I’m chronically purchasing new ones since I use them so often it’s good to keep a extra stash of ‘em laying hanging around.
Etude House’s Summer 2011 Collection has a new facial mist available which is a refreshing little pick me up that quite reminds me of ones from the Skin Food!
Let’s take a peek at it!
I love Lancome Bi-Facil with such a passion but damyum why is it so expensive? Ouchie! I used to use Sephora’s Eye Makeup Remover since it was cheap and easy to get however I’ve since moved on to Biore Makeup Remover for Eyes and Lips thanks to it being so easy to come by here in the US.
It’s produced for the Japanese market but it’s pretty much available in many Asian countries and the US in smaller Asian beauty shops plus it’s fairly cheap around here for around $6-$7.
Let’s take a look!