Friday, October 23, 2015

K-Palette 1 Day Tattoo Eyeliner

About the Product:
Water Proof
Liquid Pen with Fine tip brush
Lasts 24 Hours
Easily removed with warm water or makeup remover
I purchased 2 of the K-Palette 1 Day Tattoo Eyeliners when I was in Japan. 
The eyeliner has a felt-brush tip so be careful when you close your cap because you may accidentally grab individual hairs and separate them. This is the easiest eyeliner that I've ever used; The tip is easy to control and feels really gentle. 
These are swatches before I water resistant test
These are the swatches after I ran my hand under water and rubbed the swatches. They surprisingly didn't budge. 
After a second shot at vigorously scrubbing the swatches, they finally started budging and fading, but I highly doubt anyone would rub their eyes hard enough to remove the eyeliner. With that said, I have to say the K-Palette 1 Day Tattoo Eyeliner lives up to its name. They are waterproof and last a whole day. I am happy to have found my favourite eyeliner of all time.

I give the K-Palette Eyeliner 5 hearts!

 Love, Chris

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Japan Food Haul: Family Mart Convenience Store

 The main convenience store we would go to in Japan was Family Mart because we had one that was just a 5 minute walk away from our apartment. They have some of the best prepared food choices there. That's actually a common thing in Japan convenience stores, including 7-Eleven, Lawsons, etc. In this haul, I ended up buying sushi, butter and syrup filled pancakes, and a coffee tapioca drink. My other half got a spaghetti dish, sandwich, and a strawberry milk. This was only the beginning of many food hauls in one of Japan's convenience stores.

I highly recommend trying out Japan convenience stores' prepared meals as they are affordable yet delicious. 
 Love, Chris

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Hello Kitty Bun from Universal Studios Japan

 When it was time for lunch at Universal Studios Japan, I went straight for this Hello Kitty Bun filled with pork and cheese. It may sound strange but don't knock it 'til you try it; It was very delicious!

 It costs 450 yen.

You can find the Hello Kitty Buns at Hello Kitty's Corner Cafe in Universal Wonderland's Hello Kitty Fashion Avenue.

 Love, Chris

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