They tell me the dog days of Summer are ahead so maybe the Etude House Ice Shot Freeze Foam I recently purchased will come in handy! But I admit since getting home I’m in Fall mode! Plus it has been a little cooler lately and I haven’t even had the AC on in my house for the past two nights as it’s been mild enough to sleep without it.
But that’s no reason to believe Summer is over so Etude House Ice Shot Freeze Foam will stay firmly in my tote just in case.
What is it?
Lunasol Cool Beige Three Dimensional Eyes is one of several palettes Lunasol released sometime ago as part of the general catalog. If you’ve never purchased a Lunasol Eyeshadow Palette before or even seen one you’re in for a treat as they do some might fine eyeshadow palettes.
Let’s take a look!
I’ve already reviewed one of the Lululun Facial Sheet Masks I got from Japan recently. It was a rather awful experience all around. Ugh. These are possibly the worst masks I’ve come across outside of the Kose’s Clear Turn Sheet Masks.
I was HOPEFUL that the LuluLunHigh Moisture Mask would turn out to be a better pick.
Maybe it was?
Japan got Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser a while ago and I’m kinda hoping that Fall 2013 we might see it..although I won’t hold my breath as I imagine it’ll be more towards Spring 2014.
But either way it looks rather nifty!
Ahh you might remember the Lavshuca Candy Pop Shadow from earlier this Spring which launched in Japan. These new single eyeshadows from Japanese brand Lavshuca are a step outside the normal palettes that Lavshuca traditionally releases.
The really unique thing is the fact they come in both matte and shimmer shades. Matte drugstore eyeshadow isn’t terribly common from brands like Lavshuca. I’m not a fan of matte finish myself but the idea of Lavshuca doing matte shades was intriguing.
In the end, I ended up with the sparkly shades hehe…! But I definitely think it’s a fresh step in a new direction for Japanese brands to embrace more matte shades of eyeshadow.
Let’s take a look!