So with my last remaining hours slowly ticking away, I will be doing two short reviews and a NOTD
Out of curiosity but partly because I noted this was one of the cheapest make up removers in Watson, I decided to try it out. I compared it between our usual ZA oil make up remover and Biore but this one was cheaper and had more ml.
Of course, me being me, missed out the word, WATER. Perfect Cleansing WATER. Had a mini panic attack but done is done.
It takes me about two pumps to fully remove all make up. Using ZA or Biore only takes me half or one pump. So while it might be cheaper, this will be finishing faster.
What I like about it is the feeling of our skin being really clean after using the cleansing water. There is no oily residue or the feeling of anything on our skin. It also cleans pretty well for a 'water' type of remover (surprisingly)
Beware of the liquid getting in your eyes though. It's potent enough to render you to your knees while screaming, 'MY EYES, MY EYES! OH GOD, my eyes!' Yes, it's that good.
A while back, Sir Stingy and I went to the Tuesday night market at the Tanjung Bungah Market and while browsing around saw that they sold contact lenses. Instint and common sense tells us to buy it from a proper shop and not some dodgy night market.
Of course, I lack the usual common sense and bowed to temptation. Different stalls sells it at a different price but it's all the same thing. I bought mine at RM20. I didn't buy these for long term usage but mostly for EOTD and FOTD so I'm hoping they'll be okay.
I didn't dare to wear it till I did some research. The sellers all assure me it was made in Korea. Hah! That's exactly what they said about the fake MAC cosmetics as well. That it is made in Korea under license. Righto, I may occasionally lack common sense and lapse in good judgment but I do have an IQ higher than 20.
It would seem that where ever it came from, it was re-packed in Malaysia. I bought the lenses in gray but it's more black than gray. I forgot to check the diameter of the lenses and it was a 16.oMM. I don't have big eyes but at 16.0MM, it's enough to make me look Junon-ish in real life. My usual ones are only 13.8MM
Making use of the Konad I purchased. Trying out different colour combination to see what works and what doesn't.
Elianto Top coat
Stage cosmetics base coat
Konad plate in M73