It appears that Majolica Majorca’s Chapter 39 is inspired by the well-loved Fairy tale we all grew up with – Snow White. The new collection features a nude complexion with bright red contrasting lips, reflecting the latest Winter 2013 makeup trends spotted on runways internationally too.
When you talk about dolly eyes or a dolly look, the Japanese Gyaru look comes to mind. However, when it comes to how the Korean stars do up their makeup, I’m seeing a different trend. They have strong, thick brows and they always use black eyeliner! I’m not much of a fan of black but I am always open to experimenting new colors.
I am still a klutz at makeup so I don’t think I can easily replicate their look but I’ll try. This month’s pink box was filled with lovely new products for Korea’s fall collection. Just check it out :
Guardian Health & Beauty, the leading health & beauty chain in Singapore is proud to present Haraju-cute counters. If you have been to any Guardian outlets lately, you would have noticed rows of these decorated shelves stacked with numerous beauty products.
Currently, they carry 15 of these Japanese cult brands exclusively at these counters, namely Automatic Beauty (AB), Avance, Bandai – The Rose of Versailies, Body Fantasies, Bonavoce, Brigitte, Diamond Beauty, Dual, Egokawa Sweetie, Heat Jewel, Love & Peace, Loved Loved Nude, Orp Tokyo, Sguard and Zogan.
This is great news for all fans of Japanese makeup looks especially those who are into the Gyaru styles. Because alot of these beauty products cater to creating such dolly, girly looks.
So let’s check out some of these Japanese cosmetics that’s available.
WARNING! PHOTOS OVERLOAD!
Congratulations to the lucky lady who has won the mascara & lash primer set!
Click to see if it’s you…
June & I attended this beauty event at Mandom Corp. a week ago & we are back to share about what we’ve learnt. Do you recall the Cleaning Express Makeup Removers? I’d blogged about it sometime back & strongly recommended it… Yeah, you can read all about it HERE
So now, they will be renamed as BIFESTA and enhanced with Plus-ion Hyaluronic Acid!
This is Japan’s first water based makeup remover and has been largely popular all over Asia. It’s unique water base technology has quick floating functions that wraps and seals around impurities; lifting it off the skin as you clean your face.
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