Sunday, 23 November 2014

Elianto Kabuki brush review

Hi girls! I am going to review on *drums roll* My one and only kabuki brush! *throws confetti* 
This is how it looks like before I gave it a complete make over *laughs*
Brand: Elianto
"Ingredients": Synthetic fibre
Manufacture country: Korea
This is the older version, the latest one have brown colour fibre.
This is how it looks like after the make over! I can't stand plain packaging! I love cuter or royal (princess) sort of packaging. ~(=w=~)
Now, back to the topic. 
The brush itself is very very soft because it made out of synthetic fibre. Even so, it still can "scoop" up quite an amount of powder.
I did a demonstration sadly, I can't really see it in the picture... The product on the brush might fall out if you swing it, the brush doesn't have a good grip in terms of locking the product in it simply because it's not animal's fur.
Anyhow, after you apply it on your face it feels so... nice! I love that feeling when the brush touches my face! I don't really like animal fur brushes, it might give a good grip of the powder but it is not as soft as synthetic ones. 

Oh right, Elianto sell this at a very reasonable price (most of their products are at this price range). This brush's original price is around rm29 but then they had this crazy 50% off sales so I brought it with a even cheaper price! *giggles*

I brought this around a year ago, I think it's last year's year end sales and I washed this brush for more than 5 times but it still looks fine. Oh! If I am not mistaken they discontinued this and launched a new kabuki brush with brown fibre. 
If you girls are wondering how I helped my brush to do a "make over", it was by using pearl stickers haha! 

I guess that's it! 
I took this picture during Bon Odori festival. Also, I sent this picture to the publisher and I am in Mina's magazine (November issue) again. *shy*

p/s: I love kabuki brushes cause I think it gives me a perfect finish in my base make up routine. Sadly I have no budget to try more brushes and this one works like a charm! *blush* I love it!

Hope this review helps! Tata!

p/p/s: I wasn't sponsored just feel like sharing with y'all my favorite (and my only) kabuki brush. *throws flower petals*

Monday, 17 November 2014

Kracie eye zone mask review

Hi pretties and handsome! I have been busy with life and assignments nowadays and almost forget to spend time with my beloved family (≧o≦) Yikes! I have to put "family time" in my schedule too. *laughs*
I know this is not appetizing but I feel like starting this post with a troll face (>‘o’)>
Now... behold!

Brand: Kracie
Name: HADABISEI eye zone mask
Origin: Made in Japan

(the girl in the picture is me cosplaying as Asuna, I was lazy to put watermarks on pictures LOL)

It says here it focuses on eye wrinkles that was developed due to dryness. It also contains royal jelly, retinol, hyaluronic acid and lemon extract to moisturize and soften the eye area.

Yes, I have no idea how to read Japanese too but I kind of get the idea how to use it after using so many skin care products. ┌( ಠ_ಠ)┘
How to use it:
1) Cleanse your face and apply toner.
2) Put the eye mask on for 5 minutes. (If your eye area is extra dry you can put it on for 10 minutes)
3) after that you can apply your normal skin care.
This is how it looks like after it was taken out from the packaging. (◕‿◕✿)  Red polkadots makes it looks so moe (cute)!
There are 60 pieces in this tiny package, sufficient for 30 days usage. You are suppose to use it constantly for a whole month to see the result. Oh, and this reminds me of wet tissue. (─‿‿─)  
Opening it *drum rolls*
 There are another piece of plastic covering the eye masks (can't really see it properly in the picture), it prevents the masks from drying up.

note: I accidentally put it up side down one day and the liquid makes the seal loses it's stickiness ●﹏●  so remember to only store it with the seal facing up!
The texture feels like cotton/paper masks. \(^ω^\)
(>‘o’)> Please excuse my "naked" face 
This is how it looks like during application, it is a moon-shaped normal eye mask. It felt like an ordinary mask securely "glued" to my skin. (°∀°)  After I take it off I will dap the excessive essence on eye lids and under eyes. 

Furthermore, I have been using this for 2 weeks now and it keeps my eye area hydrated cause there is one point of time I wore too much make up and my face was cracking from dryness (except for my eyes area LOL #truestory)

So I guess that's it! Hope it helps! 

Monday, 3 November 2014


Aloha! (✿◠‿◠) I went to my first blogger event and it was a fantastic experience! It was held in Fullhouse and the environment makes me feel so relaxed. What a nice place to hang out with friends (▰˘◡˘▰) 
Now, allow me to proceed to the event! 
Kracie was originally named Kanebo, they separated Toiletries, Pharmaceuticals and Foods Divisions from Kanebo in year 2007. It is originated from Japan. (• ε •)
(This name makes me feel so de ja vu since some of my friends called me Gracie LOL)
Their shampoo and hair care range have such a cute flowery packaging. (─‿‿─) This is their moist hair care suitable for dry and medium hair and they smell like flowery fruits.
Furthermore, their hair care range contain moisture ingredients like red rice extract, rice (germ) oil, camellia extract and etc. All these combination of flowers and rice will lock moisture into the hair.

I felt in love with their light refreshing scent! \(^ω^\)  That smell makes me feel like I am sitting in the middle a garden filled with blossomed flowers! ♥‿♥
Oh, that cute glass bottle above contains their treatment oil that can be applied directly on the hair. (I like things that look adorable. Ekk! ヾ(●⌒∇⌒●)ノ 
Their hairstylist done several demonstrations on model's hair with their products and believe me, the differences are huge. Unfortunately I did not manage to take a picture of her because I was too shy to do so... o(╥﹏╥)o 

This guy helped us to demonstrate how to use their masks because all the girls have make up on! (●´ω`●) You have no idea how hard I laughed. That is their best selling charcoal mask.

Their skin care range have daily masks, daily eye masks and etc. I know Korea have these sort of masks but never knew Japan have them too.
They have 40 pieces of paper masks in a zip bag. 
Their eye masks are in resealable packages (kind of reminds me of wet tissues LOL) and it's in polkadots! So adorable (゚ヮ゚)  
Meanwhile, we get to eat these wonderful looking food throughout the presentation.

I guess that is it for this post! Thank you for giving me this opportunity to attend a beauty blogger event. (∪ ◡ ∪)