Just last week I uploaded a video of the Lisa Lisa Fukubukuro unboxing with my friend Janelle! She just started her Youtube Channel last week so make sure you guys subscribe to her! We plan to do videos together on both of our channels!
Today I'm going to show you guys some photos on what was inside the Fukubukuros. If you guys haven't seen the video yet, here it is~
I was a bit upset with the video. We found a really nice place to film but it was super windy! I didn't realize that it affected the video but it did quite a bit :(
Some photos Janelle and I took with our fukubkuros~
This is the fukubukuro that I got:
It was around $160AUD for the luggage. We used Tenso to ship the items from the official Liz Lisa store to Australia. The shipping for this luggage was around $100AUD. In total for this luggage I paid around $260AUD.
I already knew what was in the bag before I received it since Liz Lisa revealed what was inside. To be honest, I was a little disappointed. The coat is almost identical to the coat I received last year in the fukubukuro. The camisole is kinda useless to me (and I already have heaps of them :( ) The dress is cute though.
What was inside it:
Janelle's Fukubkuro was the Web Limited Rose Carry Case
This one was quite expensive. It was about $270 for the fukubukuro itself and then it was an extra $150AUD to ship from Japan to Australia using Tenso.
This year the web limited fukubukuro pretty much had random stuff from the previous seasons, so everyone got something different in their bags. Janelle's bag did come with some really cute stuff!!
So those are the outfits! Hope you guys liked this post!
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
For those who have been following for a while would know that my favourite foundation is the Shu Uemura Face Architect Foundation. Last year Shu Uemura released a new foundation called "The Lightbulb". I picked it up from Singapore Changi airport when I was coming back from Paris last year. I got it in 774 Light Beige.
The foundation came inside a big box, since it also came with it's own beauty blender.
The foundation box:
The beauty blender:
I had eyeliner on my hand and covered it with the foundation. As you can see the foundation has great coverage.
Applying the foundation:
As you can see the coverage is really good
I do like this foundation, however I would rather stick to my Shu Uemura Face Architect foundation. While this foundation has improved in some ways, I find it to cakey for my liking. The coverage is great so if you're someone that wants more coverage, this would be perfect for you. The beauty blender is great and blends really well, however I don't find myself using it much since it's more time consuming (I just usually use my fingers to blend), and washing it is kinda hard. But anyway!
- Great coverage
- Doesn't break me out
- Comes with a blender which works well
- Looks great on Asian skin
- Too cakey for my liking
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
I get a lot of questions on what I use to dye my hair so today I'm doing a review of the Kao Liese Bubble Hair Color! I usually dye my hair using the colour "Milk Tea Brown"
I usually never dye my hair in a salon because it's SO expensive! I prefer to buy my own hairdye and do it at home myself since it usually just costs me $15 to do so!
I've heard lots of good things about the Kao Liese Bubble Hair Color so I decided to try it out myself!
Inside the box you get~Foam solution
It is SO easy to set up, only takes a few minutes!
Pour the hair colour into the foam solution
Rotate the solution to mix. DO NOT SHAKE and DO NOT be rough with it.
I like to wrap a towel around myself to avoid mess
Replace the lid with the pump
Pump out the solution and apply onto your hair! Be generous with it. I was only applying a little bit at the start but seriously, you get SO much foam so go crazy!
Massage it well into your hair, then leave it for about 30 minutes.
Wash your hair (and use the shampoo provided)
And you're done! No more roots!
I absolutely LOVE this! It's so cheap and SO easy to do by yourself. I don't like going to the salon and having to pay $100 to get my hair coloured when I can do it at home for less than $15! I definitely recommend this, I will definitely repurchase!