As per the request of many a fine reader I’ve hauled out some of my Bihada Ichizoku stash for you and will be doing a few reviews.
Bihada Ichizoku as I mentioned in a prior post is a skincare, beauty line inspired from a popular manga. The line sports cute characters from the series and is actually quite a popular line of product in Japan.
Today I’ll be reviewing the Bihada Ichizoku Kataomoi Concealer for you.
Ok peeps, start looking under those couch cushions, checking out the your car’s cup holder, and digging around your jeans for extra chump change as you’re gonna want to grab the new Korres Prep, Prime, and Perfect Set for $39.
$39 bucks likey the price as always when it comes to Korres!
I do wonder, is it too taboo to talk about TP on my makeup blog? You know, toilet paper.
Oh Muse why are you bringing up such an intimate thing like toilet paper?
Well…it took me a very long time but I finally figured out what Etude House Eye and Lip Remover smells like. It smells like toilet paper! Um ok step back for a second and let me explain it smells like unused toilet paper, don’t want anyone getting the wrong idea here. You know I think Charmin is the TP that has that cloying powdery floral cheap scent going on…am I making sense?
I absolutely loved the Etude House Eye and Lip Remover but the scent totally murdered me. It was cheap, it was powdery, and it had a whole lot of floral going on. No likey. It took ages to finally pinpoint the scent and finally a light bulb went off and I realized, “hey this smells like toilet paper!”
Oh..I got long winded there for a second. I’m telling you this because it’s generally made me scared to try skin care bits and bobs from Etude House as a few items sport this same scent.
I took the plunge and gave in to purchase Etude House Cloud Bubble Foam and yes you guessed it, it smells like toilet paper.
Phew! Have I bored you yet with all this MAC stuff? Damn! Talk about bloody overwhelming.
Let’s take it at a little bit of a slow pace now and peek at MAC Prep for Colour which is a very small collection with a few boring shades and some interesting base products.
Dude, check it.
MAC and Lip Markers.
OMG! Happy Muse.
MAC Art Supplies Collection launches April 1st, 2010 and I couldn’t be more pleased!