I intended to post this before my holiday but I didn’t get to edit it in time. Nevertheless, I am still going to post it and have included post review. I will try to link the things I bought to the Sephora Singapore website but I noticed some of the items are not available online. So let’s see what I got…
I was looking for a new loose powder and was contemplating between the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder or Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder. I ended up getting the IT Cosmetics pressed powder instead. The “Bye Bye Pores” really caught my eye and I decided to give it a try. It is also cheaper than the other two. While putting up the post, I noticed that they have a loose powder version. I might give it a try next time.
Post Review: I have been using it for a month. I do like that it give me a matte finish but I don’t see a significant difference in reducing the visibility of my pores.
2. IT Cosmetic No-Tug Waterproof Anti-Aging Gel Eyeliner
My bestie is a lover of the the IT Comestic gel eyeliner so I decided to give it a try.
Post Review: I tried it a couple of times and I do quite like it. I like that it draws well and is really black. It also stays on all day without smudging. However, as it is a gel liner, it is slightly more difficult to draw a precise thin line.
3. ZOEVA Brushes
Lots of youtubers have been raving about Zovea brushes so I had to give it a try. I bought the 109 Face Paint and 129 Luxe Fan which are missing from my current brushes collection. I use the 109 Face Pain brush for bronzing/ contouring and 129 Luxe Fan brush for highlighting.
Post Review: I love them!! I’m definitely going to get more.
I always stock this up during sales. I use the Clarisonic to clean my face every night and I will change the brush head every 3 months. The most common question asked is “Does Clarisonic works?” My answer is yes, at least I think it works. With the timer function, it makes you spend more time washing your face. It will beep to inform you that it’s time to change area: 20 seconds on your forehead; 20 seconds down the nose and on the chin; 10 seconds each on either cheek.