Sunday, 18 September 2016

Japanese Haul

So my parents went to Hokkaido and kindly brought back some makeup and beauty items for me!

Let's start with the Heroine Make Kiss Me mascara and eyeliners.

This particular eyeliner is meant to be really long wearing. In fact, not only is it waterproof, it is dive proof! I am going diving in a week's time from when this post goes live but I will be updating on my instagram (@cherriessballet) on how it wears when I go diving!

I prefer the pen style eyeliners but if this really lives up to the dive proof claims, I think we might have a strong contender here!

The brush is quite fine - good for making small flicks.

Here we have the Heroine Make Kiss Me Long and Curl Mascara.

This is really amazing. I think I prefer it over the Catrice which I have been raving about, but it does cost a lot more, like double. So if you are not willing to spend almost RM50 on a mascara, the Catrice Glamour Doll Waterproof Mascara is still the best for its price.

Next we have the Heroine Make Kiss Me Heavy Rotation Eyeliner.

I have actually worn this to the gym, to swim and to the sauna and it has stayed on, as have the waterproof mascara. So I am so impressed, I am really blown away actually.

As you can see, you can do a really thin line or a thicker one. The two lines on the left are actually the dive proof eyeliner and you can see that it is actually darker! I think this pen style one is dark enough for me but for those of you who want the blackest of black eyeliners, you may prefer the earlier eyeliner!

Now just to let you know that all Heroine Make Kiss Me mascaras and eyeliners are actually available in Malaysia. They just tend to cost a bit more.

My mum also picked up these creams that are meant to be the best in the market. The packaging says that it is horse oil and I don't actually know how I feel about that.

I know that I will probably prefer the tube than the tub packaging for hygiene reasons but I will be giving this a run for its money and decide if I like it.

The two chinese/japanese words at the bottom mean that the product is meant to keep the moisture in the skin.

Of course, one cannot go to Japan without buying Royce Chocolates and I am so grateful that my parents have brought some home for me.

Finally we have these sheet masks which have been thrown in for free for all the purchases. I am actually planning a trip to Hokkaido and I have a list of things which I want to pick up and will double check prices in Malaysia before I go over!

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