This post is part of a series of LuLuLun sheet masks. Check out the previous post here: [Pt One]
My favorite editions to be honest. The Regional Series are so beautiful and the collector in me is dying to try them all. So far Lululun has four Japanese locations: Hokkaido, Okinawa, Kyoto and Tochigi. On top of those four however, Lululun also has a special Hawaii special edition mask! Let’s begin with Okinawa.Continue reading
Let me preface this post by stating how much I dislike monkeys. Seriously, I just don’t trust the little buggers. I also find quite a few of them to be quite ugly. Apes too. And chimps… What is the difference anyway? I never found out, not like it matters much to me, I dislike them all the same.
This post is part of a series of LuLuLun sheet masks. Check out the other posts below!
Lululun is pretty well known in and out of Japan, though I do not know too much about its popularity in Japan, I do know that I am starting to see Lululun masks popping up when I shop online! I never really dabbled in Japanese face masks in my Asian Beauty journey but I am very interested in these “daily masks” from Lululun. I mean I don’t know of any other brand that has a mask created with the intention of someone wearing a new one everyday. That kind of product intention is what interests me the most from these masks.
Recently, I realized my toner was about to run out and my first reaction was, “Oh man, I need to do a review before it’s fully gone!” then “Oh, I should buy a new one.” Blogs, man~. It’s a lifestyle that takes over~.
All jokes aside, my toner is going to run out and I’m kind bum about it because it has been treating me nicely for the duration I was using it. So, the back story of this toner goes back to around August 2014.
A few years ago I walked into my local The Face Shop just to browse around and see what they had. I did not know that that day I would walk out with the cutest little thing imaginable. The Lovely Me:ex Petit Cheek Stick! Check out the product shots below: