Ok, so Dior Airflash Matte Touch is possibly the most unique, interesting, and fun product I’ve run across this year. Essentially Dior Airflash Matte Touch Long-Lasting Airy Powder is simply a spray powder. I actually expected this to be some sort of mattifying spray kinda like Urban Decay De-Slick or even one of Skindinavia facial mists. Of course, I expected it to be a finer mist….what I didn’t expect is a face powder, in a can, that I can mist, on my face.
Considering how fun, funky, and silly Etude House Ice Shot Freeze Foam is I was preparing myself for Etude House Ice Shot Sleeping Mist being more of the same.
But actually Etude House Ice Shot Sleeping Mist is a little more low key of a product and way more practical.
Take a peek!
Mizon Snail Repair Hydro Mist joined my empire of facial mists earlier this month because I don’t technically own a snail facial mist and I felt like I needed to mist myself with snail mucus. I mean I’m already applying it via moisturizer and facial masks so why the hell can’t I mist it on my face too right?
I know sounds weird but it really isn’t, promise!
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?
Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Mist keeps popping up with different packaging and formulations every so often that it is enough to confuse a girl! You might be familiar Facial Water Vita-A-B- and C Mist which this kinda resembles in terms of formula.
All of these mists are made with a base of Alaskan Glacier Water, supposedly it’s pure glacier water! I just can’t understand where Korea is tapping it from…I mean do they have a huge glacier block melting in a warehouse somewhere? Or do they just go to Alaska for the water every time they wanna whip up a facial mist? Or do they use priority flat rate shipping and have the glaciers or water shipped to Skin Food HQ? I want in on the production process here.
Supposedly the water is enriched with oxygen, potassium, calcium, magnesium and other great beneficial skin loving minerals.
I’m not making this up.
Take a look!