Mask Madness, Vol 3: Kouji Hime Face Pack

Thursday, March 30, 2017
I had an unfortunate time with the last face mask that I blogged about, but today I'll be showing you a mask that I found much more agreeable!

I knew next to nothing about this Kouji Hime Face Pack when I ordered it. I have sensitive skin that is highly reactive, so looking back, that was a pretty wild move. All I knew was that there was sake in this mask somewhere. Sake sounded good to me, my face really seems to love fermented ingredients.

50 Words or Less, Vol. IX: Recently Repurchased

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Sometimes I'll say "oh yeah, I'd totally repurchase...." about a product but that doesn't ever happen. Between how fast paced the beauty world is (doesn't social media make it feel like something new is constantly being churned out?) and how easy it is to order a product online, it's easy to succumb to cosmetic FOMO. Here's a bunch of products that I keep returning to because I just really, really like them.

Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Cream

Friday, March 17, 2017

I grew up somewhere quite cold - snowy Minnesota - and just thinking about the cold sends shivers down my spine. I'm not a fan of the cold at all, especially not what it does to my skin. Living in northern California means the worst I see now is a few weeks of rain, but we took a trip to a cooler climate a few months ago and I was anticipating the absolute worst. Dry, wind, chapped skin and achy nostrils. That was one of the reasons I bought a tube of Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Cream prior to leaving.

Mask Madness, Vol. 3: Botanic Farm Black Soybean Milk Pudding Sleeping Pack

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Good evening! Tonight I bring to you a review of a mask that I tried fairly recently. This sleeping pack is by Botanic Farm, my first product from this Korean brand. 

Etude House Wonder Fun Park Candy Cheek

Friday, March 3, 2017

So 3AM Me buys some weird stuff. Like the small hours of the night leave me devoid of self control and I order anything that catches my sleep deprived eye.

This Etude House blusher would be one of these questionable orders. It's from the summer Wonder Fun Park Collection, a pastel carnival themed set of products.