Jan 252016
 
Shu Uemura Skin Purifier Porefinist Gentle Foaming Cleansing Water Review Shorts

I’ve been really into foam face wash this past year. It’s the most gentle type of face wash for your skin, making it the best option. So far, Shu Uemura Porefinist Gentle Foaming Cleansing Water is the best that I’ve found. What makes this foam cleanser awesome is that: It comes out foamy and stays foamy! when you work the foam cleanser into your face, it lathers and feels creamy the foam doesn’t go away after your start massaging it into your face like other products do a little goes a long way, just one full pump needed! leaves the skin feeling and looking clean without any residue not drying has a light smell that isn’t overbearing easy to rinse off works great for makeup remover when paired with a good cleansing oil cleanser lasted about 5 months with daily usage The only downside is that it costs $40, which is on the steep side… Ahhh, what to do what to do. It really is one of the best that I’ve tried, even in comparison to the Japanese market brands. Let me know if you have any other recommendations or what you think of Shu Uemura Porefinist Gentle Foaming Cleansing Water.

Jan 182016
 
Bioré Perfect Oil Makeup Cleanser Review Shorts

Eye makeup is difficult to remove and can really cause damage to the skin around your eyes if done improperly. I’ve found that the best way to remove eye makeup gently is to use oil makeup remover. Bioré Perfect Oil is excellent at getting the job done. If I only have eyeliner and eyeshadow on, I’ll just resort to a cotton pad soaked with liquid eye makeup remover. But if I have waterproof mascara on, I’ll use Bioré Perfect Oil instead. The best way to use the oil cleanser is to: Pump the oil into the palm of your hand Use the pad of your ring finger to massage the oil in a circular motion on and around your eyelid After massaging the oil in for a couple of minutes, your face should look somewhat muddy Continue cleansing with your routine face wash (if you have none, just rinse with lukewarm water) This oil makeup remover has lasted me quite a while. A little oil goes a long way, and most likely you won’t need to use it more than once a day, everyday of the week. I was able to use the same bottle for about a year and just finally finished

Jan 112016
 
Clarins Sunscreen Multi-Protection Review Shorts

“Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen!! Don’t forget to wear sunscreen on your face before you go out, or you’ll be ugly when you’re older.” Well arrest me, because I break this rule on the daily. The only sunscreen that I’ve ever come to use on my face is this one here, Clarins Sunscreen Multi-Protection (~$42 from Sephora). I’ve tried so many other brands, but I just can’t stand to wear sunscreen, especially because there’s enough other stuff that I pile onto my face. Typically, I just rely on liquid foundation with SPF, but we all know that can’t be trusted. Let me give you the low down on what’s good with Clarins Sunscreen Multi-Protection: formula is liquidy for easy application smoothes over the skin evenly without having to be forceful to spread it it’s basic, meaning it does the job without any unnecessary extras such as flowery scents the sunscreen bottle tip is easy to use, you just squeeze the bottle and the sunscreen squirts out into your palm sunscreen is absorbed into the skin quickly not oily works well with different types of makeup applied on top not entirely moisturizing, so you’ll probably still need face lotion bottle is easy to carry around

Mar 162015
 
Kose Softymo White Makeup Remover Sheet Review Shorts

This past weekend I went down to LA to visit for my mother’s birthday, which just happens to be on pi day! But anyways, while visiting, I went to my local asian market and ended up picking out a new makeup remover to try. Typically for my hard to remove waterproof eye makeup, I use a combination of liquid eye remover + cotton pad and face wash. That usually does the trick, but it sure is a pain to do on those late nights where you come home and just want to crawl into bed. That’s why I ended up buying makeup wipes! Today we will be looking at a review shorts on Kose Softymo White Makeup Remover Sheets. I got these for ~$12, but I’m sure you can find them cheaper online. Straight out of the store, the product is completely plastic wrapped. Once you rip off the plastic, there is a cardboard that encases the product vertically. This cardboard has information on the product both on the outside and inside. I read through the information and didn’t find anything of value for those who can’t understand Japanese. I’ll get a little more into this later. The product itself comes

Feb 252015
 
L.A. Skinny (by L.A. Medical) Cellulite Treatment with Bronzer Review Shorts

I’m here today with another review shorts! The quick product review that I’ll be doing today will be on L.A. Skinny (by L.A. Medical) Cellulite Treatment with Bronzer. I got this product from the Sephora Corporate office up here in San Francisco. I don’t think this product made the cut to be sold on Sephora store shelves probably because it sucks! But I’m here today to log this product into the internet records to warn others who may be curious. The tag line for this product is, “a cutting edge cellulite treatment, without the cutting.” Wow, so much promise and absolutely no delivery. Something I hate about this product is the fact that it’s called L.A. Skinny. I’m from Los Angeles. Why?? It makes no sense to me. I really feel like everything about this product is horribly gimmicky and expensive. They sell each jar for about $60-75 depending on where you purchase them. I truly believe that it’s priced high to make you think that you’ve got something that works, when in fact you’ve bought crap. The inside of the jar contains a creamy, peanut butter like formula. Too bad it smells horrible. The smell of the formula alone gives

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