Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Cream might be the perfect solution to your Summer skincare. This weightless gel moisturizer doesn’t only hydrate skin but continues to provide moisture through the wear without feeling heavy, greasy, or making skin shine.
Oh yeah and it contains snail slime.
If Tony Moly Cat Wink Mascara failed to impress you I’m POSITIVE I can get on your good side with Tony Moly Cat Chu Wink Lipstick. No one panic, I promise it isn’t a creepy cat lipstick (HORROR!).
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The Face Shop Aura Color Control Cream is available in two shade selections and recently launched in Korea. This is one of the more interesting CC Creams I’ve run across lately due to the innovative compact packaging. You wouldn’t think of a cream base being packaged in a compact but that’s exactly how the Face Shop serves up its Aura Color Control Cream.
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Missha has two new Signature Complexion Coordinating BB Creams that recently released in Korea. At some point I’m sure Missha US will get these but we’ll have to be patient until that time!
These are on the higher end of Missha’s collection as each is around $20 each (that’s pricey by Missha’s standards) however, they appear to be quite a luxurious BB Cream. They are available in a white (which adjusts to skin tones) and beige color variation with two different formulas.
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Well, Holika Holika Real Butter Lip Balm is the worst kind of packaging but I purchased it anyway because it brings me back to my makeup roots with its cute vintage slide packaging.
I dunno about you but lip slides like this were all the rage in my childhood. As we get older we begin to realize they are a germ-fest but when we’re young, for some reason, our innocent selves absolutely love the idea of a lip balm in a slide out tin. Shrug…who knows where that mentality comes from but even in older age they are still terribly appealing.