We had our share of the Chubby Lip Crayon craze this year haven’t we? Well Chubby Lip Pencils and Crayons are starting to trend in Korea. Interesting that they are just now starting to pick up on this as up until now not a ton of brands embraced the chubbier pencil! Granted you can find a slew of glossy thinner pencils in Korea but not the chunkier ones with more color options that we’ve seen here most recently in the US.
Take a look at some of the hottest lips pencils popping up now in Korea.
Bet you’ll want one or two…or at least I do because the chubby lip pencil craze is still pumping through my blood stream!
I’ve had Tony Moly Intense Repair Live Snail Cream in my stash a while now along with Tony Moly Intense Live Snail Eye Cream as well since they came as a set.
I believe Paris (My Women Stuff) either had a Holiday in Korea or somewhere else when she purchased these for me on request and it’s been quite a long time since she sent them to me so much so that I’m nearly done with the facial cream and have completely used up all the eye cream at this point.
I think perhaps they have been two of my first Snail Skincare products outside of Etude House’s snail moisturizer. Since that time I’ve tried a whole host of products with snail secretion including BB Creams, masks, sleeping packs, etc…etc….Snail is kinda an old trend at this point and Korea (and other Asian companies) are now moving on to venoms. Oh lawd…how does one keep up with all these skincare crazes?
Let’s take a look at Tony Moly’s version of Snail Cream and see how it holds up.
How cute is this little Tony Moly Hello Bunny Perfume Bar? If I haven’t already won you with kitty cat mascara and little bunny lip balms I’m positive I’ll grab you with my little Bunny Perfume Bar yes?
I’m setting up a little army of bunny shaped beauty to take over the world with. I kill you with cuteness!
Tony Moly Luminous Pure Aura CC Cream has an SPF 30 PA ++ and a color adjusting formula that corrects, perfects, and protects skin. Tony Moly Pure Aura CC Cream is brand, spanking new and I’ve been testing it this week extensively and finally I’m ready to review.
I was VERY excited about this release and I’m happy to tell you that the formula is excellent or at least I thought so.
Take a look!
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!).
Take a look!
We got bunny lipgloss so why no cat mascara right? Tony Moly Cats Wink 3GO Mascara is another cute yet functional little makeup find for the obsessive cat ladies out there. Don’t lie, combining your great love of cats with makeup is making you all kinds of excited.
But I admit Tony Moly’s cutely shaped Cats Wink Mascara made me squee a little.
Take a peek!
There’s just something about cute bunnies! Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bar is a cute little bunny shaped balm with a fruity flavor and a hint of tint for lips!
Seriously how kawaii right?
Why yes I do feel like a bit of a vampire after applying Tony Moly Tint! Jeepers, what were they thinking when they created this lip tint? It’s super powered pigmented and will last all day dying lips a deep shade of blood red. Honestly, it looks like I took a bite from someone’s neck…it’s just that odd, unusual too realistic shade of bloody red.
Tony Moly Cats Wink Clear Pact is a sure fire winner for the cat ladies out there. Although I have two cats myself, I have to say, I am not a cat lady. I have friends that are cat people and some of you guys are strange! Only kidding Kinda, sorta…!
But in all seriousness I can’t resist cute pact powders shaped like cats, seriously, who can!?
Take a look!
I was browsing the Tony Moly site recently, creating my master lemming list when my little eye spied the new (not that new, believe it launched this past Summer) Panda’s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector.
I don’t need more eye correctors, concealers, serums, and potions but of course, like Sana’s useless Make Essence Concealer I decided Tony Moly’s Panda’s Dream tidbits should be added to my stash.
At around six dollars each (in Korea) they aren’t too bad a price to splurge and I won’t cry overly much when they don’t work. I’m a skeptic to say the least.
Take a look!