Happy Easter everyone! How has your weekend been? Did any of you made plans?
Anyway, I’m here to discuss a new korean eye patch. In general, I haven’t had the best experience with them. More often than not, I will usually find something disappointing about them — doesn’t adhere to skin well, no effect on undereye area, etc. That doesn’t mean I’m not willing to try out others. This review is proof of that. Now let’s dive into these eye patches. Continue reading
Just like last year, I decided to put together all items I’ve hit pan on, emptied and the ones that didn’t work for me. Let’s get into those shall we?
With a low-buy year, I thought I wouldn’t have products I’d be disappointed in but then I take a look at the photo above and realize 3 out of the 5 items were PR products. I’ve only reviewed 2 — the Maybelline Superstay Full Coverage Foundation and the Eyenlip Pure White Tone-Up Cream. You can click on the links to know why they didn’t work for me. All the lip products included in the photo were only used once: Jane Iredale Triple Luxe Long Lasting Naturally Moist Lipstick in Joanna, Lip Pencil in Nude, and Blk Cosmetics Long-Lasting Liquid Matte Lipstick. I was so disappointed in them that I think they’re not worth a second chance. If you want me to post a review, let me know in the comments. Continue reading
This year has made me suddenly more interested in face mists. They are soothing and refreshing on the skin especially during a long, tiring and humid day. I never thought I would like them as much as I should but when I found out how dehydrated my skin was, I figured a good mist would come in handy. Now today’s post is all about Benton’s Tea Tree Mist.
[* Benton has kindly provided the product for review. All opinions are my own.]
The papaya fruit is one of my favorites. It’s sweet, succulent and has a boatload of benefits not only for the body but also for the skin. It’s no wonder Korean brand Benton Cosmetics is using it for their newest sunscreens. Continue reading