Monday, February 13, 2012

Time for a change...

Hair is dyed darker. :3 I quite like it better, since autumn/winter is approaching soon. It's sort of dark ash brown. I loveeee ash hair colour but they fade too quick.. ;__; so I'm hoping this will stay for awhile.

Lens worn in here are sponsored by Asianstuff Shop in Vivian 3 Tone Grey.

With flash. :3

Natural lighting. :3

Also join in Cathy's first giveaway and check out her blog c: ♥
She does a lot of product reviews and make up tutorial's inspired by Korean/Japanese styles.

I start back in school again this Thursday.... I'm actually looking forward to the course, as I've changed. c: But I don't want my holidays to end yet. I'm enjoying it wayyyyy too much LOLOL! Hopefully everyone will be safe and I'll be back soon my ladies and gents! ♥

Until my next post,
Much love ♥ Phuju.

Review: Rohto Lycee Eyewash

In my previous post I posted up the Rohto Lycee Eyewash and a few of you were quite interested in a more thorough review so here it is hehe! Please enjoy. ^_^


Product Description
Lycee Eye Wash gently cleanses and refreshes the eye to help relieve irritation, stinging and discomfort by removing loose foreign material, air pollutants (pollen, ragweed) and dust or makeup remain. Washing eye after the swimming, when dust enter into eyes, after remove the makeup and contact lens.

Contain Vitamin B12 0.001% Vitamin B6 0.01% Vitamin E 0.0025%

Please first remove the makeup around the eye area and contact lens.

1. Fill the cup half full with 5 ml Lycee eye wash.
2. Apply the eye cup to the eye(s), pressing tightly to prevent spillage
3. Tilt the head backward. Open eyelids wide and rotate eyeball to thoroughly wash the eye for 10 seconds or more, but don't wash the eyes for too long.
4. Rinse eye cup with clean water after each use and keep it dry.
When using this product:
* remove contact lenses before using * 

As seen in Popteen!

I've been using this for quite some time and this is my second bottle or so. There is a really pleasant rose scent and as strange enough when you cup it over your eyes... You can smell it via your eyes? Maybe it's just me? Hahahaha anyway, it has a cooling effect into your eyes: like being dipped in icy mint water!! At first it may feel like it's stinging but then it relieves and feels like air is coming into your eyes. It's pretty addictive~ If your eyes have leftover makeup, the eye wash will remove it as well! :)

Also on a special note I watched the CM of lycee eye wash and it looks like the water will be 'pumped' into the eyes. But it's doesn't do much? :/

Overall: 5/5
I'd repurchase it again. Reason being is that I feel it does do the job that it claims that to do. 
Great for days when you have super itchy eyes as well! :D ♥♥♥♥♥

That's all for this post munchies!

Until then,
Much love ♥ Phuju.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Products I love: facial & hair products ♥

I love reading other peoples fave items of the month, reviews and what-not and I thought to myself: why not share my faves to my lovely readers? =^.^=

Just so you all know, I've been using theses products for a very long time and they have proven to help me in some way! I hope they'll come in handy for those who were interested in a certain product but were too scared to test it out! :D

Rohto Lycee washing eyes medicine.

The first products that I'll be talking about is the Rohto Lycee washing eyes medicine. I haven't done a  review on them on my blog yet but if you would like to know more about them in details, then comment down below. I've been using this for over a year or so now and it really, really helps clean the eyes thoroughly and washes away little traces of eye make up that the make up remover missed.

New v.Rohto Plus Eye Drops.

New v.Rohto Plus eye drops are not contact lens safe, so use this before wearing your lens prior to 10 minutes earlier or after taking your lens out you can use it. They have properties that contain vitamin B, special colling formula, relieve eye discomfort, soothes eye irritation and removes redness in the eye. Strongly recommended. ^_^b

Rohto Lycee Contact Eye Drops.

I've already done a review on them and you can check them right here: Rohto Lycee Contact Eye Drops. Strongly recommended for contact lens users. It really does relieve dryness and has a really nice scent and tingling sensation.

Mandom Beauty Barrier Repair Mask in HA Super Moist.

Hands down of my the best face masks I've encounter ♥ please read the review here for a better review and story on them: Mandom Beauty Barrier Repair Mask in HA Super Moist.

Daiso-Charcoal Mask.

Daiso-Charcoal Mask is amazing. It removes dead skin cells and tone of blackheads from the nose/chin area, and some impurities from the forehead, cheek and temple area. Totally worth the $2.80. I tends to use the mask right after I come out of a steamy shower at night and apply to my nose and chin. The only thing I don't like about it is I need to wait 20 + minutes for the thing to dry and I can't laugh or talk really when it's drying. But do you expect from $2.80? Come on totally worth it though. :)

St. Ives - Olive Cleanser.

I absolutely love St. Ives - Olive Cleanser. I use this nearly on a daily basis - when I'm wearing make up. It takes off all my make up and makes my skin feel super clean but not in a drying sensation. I have sensitive/dry skin and it's absolutely working it's magic. :) I also like the fact that it's not a cream cleanser but it's a gel cleanser. I find cream cleansers too heavy and they clog up my pores and that drives me insane. I have them stocked up in my drawers..... Probably my 4th bottle or so already. They last for awhile as well, I only need 1-2 pumps to get rid of everything. ^^

Macadamia Natural Healing Oil Treatment.

This is the bomb. I tell you right now. Please go and look for it! You've got to try it, here is my thorough review on it: Macadamia Natural Healing Oil Treatment.

I hope you found this post really helpful and maybe try something new! :D
That's all for this post and I'll end it here hehehehe.
Be safe and stay healthy everyone! ♥
Until my next post
Much love, Phuju Pham.