Just like many of you, mascara is part of my daily makeup routine. My eyelashes are very short, very thin, and always need a lift and volume. Join my giveaway and win a mascara of your choice!
I’ve been using cleansing oils and cleansing balms as my main makeup removing method for the past 7 years instead of using milk and wipes*, which tend to badly irritate my skin.
Cleansing oils allow you to remove all your makeup, even stubborn waterproof makeup, in a matter of minutes and without irritating the skin. A lot of people still mistakenly believe cleansing oils are only suitable for dry skin, but on the contrary all skin-types (including oily and acne-prone) can use them without fearing breakouts if they use ones with the right ingredients.
If you’re just starting out in the world of Japanese beauty, or if you’re already an addict wondering what you should buy next, check out my simple guide to this year’s must-haves, including the best of Japanese skincare and makeup.
Lots of readers have been asking me what my skincare regime looks like, so I’ve written a guide to every single step. You’ll quickly see that I love Laneige and Hera products, and you’ll also get to hear what I thought to the masks I tried on my trip to Japan last week.