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Mascara -Isehan -Kiss Me Heroine Make Long and Curl and Super waterproof


I am forever on the hunt for a mascara that NEVER smudges under my eyes.
This is not it.
I have deep set eyes and if I laugh a lot my eyes crinkle up into crescents, and this will be smudge central.
I also have long lashes that curl up, but they are blonde - I just want them to be darker so you can see them.
It is better than most, and smudging is minimal, but for this price - I bought it at 0035mm in New York - I expected more.

However, on the plus side, this is waterproof - I have even worn it to the beach and the pool and it did not run down my face or turn my lashes into one giant lash. For most people, it would probably be fine.
Another plus: it is very black. I can put the tiniest amount on and it does the trick for me.

It is a bit wet, which is good and bad - if I am applying at my leisure, I can wipe the excess off the wand and be fine.
Most smudgeproof waterproof mascara dries out FAST and starts to get flakey and clumpy- and this has not, which means I am still using it. I am not crazy about the wand - it is hard to get the tiny lashes at the corner of my eyes.

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Mascara -Isehan -KissMe Heroine Make Volume and Curl Mascara Black

on 7/8/2018 1:43:00 PM


The packaging has changed a little compared to the picture, the bottle now has a black and silver tube, with a silver lid.
Heroine Make mascaras are like witchcraft in a bottle... the description "Super Waterproof" is 100% accurate. Once dry, it will magically repel all tears, sweat, sebum, water, and contact lens drops throughout the day with no running, smearing or smudging. On the flipside, if you make a bit of a mess when applying, you have around ten seconds to get it off with a cotton bud or tissue, otherwise the messy bits you don't want will also be just as invincible all day.

I prefer the long & curl version overall because my short and stubby lashes need all the help they can get, but there's not much in it between the two if I'm honest. This version contains less fibres and instead of a curved wand, it's a straight brush with bristles spiralling towards the tapered end. It's not a very big brush, and teh bristles are well spaced apart so it's easy to get right up to the eyelash roots in the outer corners and lower lashes. Because of this, it does seem to give the illusion of a more volume compared to the lengthening one, because the brush allows for easy coating of the lash roots, and when wiggling side to side it will encourage some product between the lashes. Not so much that it looks clumpy or smeared, it just fills the lashline a little more right on the very lowest parts of the roots, next to the waterline - again, giving the illusion of thicker eyelashes

I'll use this after curling my eyelashes, one coat gives a more natural and subtle appearance, and two coats is enough for dramatically defined eyelashes. Like the lengthening version, once dry it holds the curl all day. It doesn't flake or crumble, doesn't transfer onto eyelids and make me look like a panda, and doesn't irritate my contact lenses or eyes.

The main issue that people struggle with is getting it off in the evenings - all you need is some cotton pads and an eye make-up remover that has an organic oily layer floating on an aqueous layer, Nivea does a nice and inexpensive one. Shake it up to mix the two phases, soak cotton pad, then press onto lids and eyelashes for 5-10 seconds, before gently rubbing off the remaining mascara with the pad. You only need to be gentle, so I've never noticed my eyelashes looking threadbare or anything. I've been alternating this with the equally bulletproof Long & Curl version of this mascara and it takes me less than a minute to get it all off in the evening using cotton pads soaked with biphasic make-up remover.

Sunscreen -Isehan -KissMe Sunkiller Baby Milk SPF 38 PA+++


You can read my review of Isehan SuhadaFit UV Baby Milk spf 38 on Telegram channel

What I expected: a sunscreen for daily use with a light texture.
What I got: Isehan claims that the milk contains no alcohol, fragrance, colouring, preservative, mineral oil or other ingredients that can irritate the skin and cause allergies. The sunscreen is very comfortable in using: it has a milky non-sticky texture and doesn’t leave a white cast. The skin feels very soft and velvet. For those, who believe that the sun protection is important through the year, spf 38 is the best choice for the November-March period, when the sun is mild.
My rate: 5/5
Why: This milk even exceeded my expectations.

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Eyeliner -Isehan -KissMe heroine make smooth liquid eyeliner BK 01

on 2/7/2018 3:32:00 PM


This is a great eyeliner. It does a beautiful job staying in place on my upper lid!!!! Doesn't smudge! I tested it on my hand and it is still there after multiple hand washing so I know the waterproof claims are true. I used it on my lower lid and it did not wear as well. My lower lid is my problem area and I'm on the continuous search for an eyeliner that can withstand the dynamic duo of oily skin and watery eyes. My search continues....

Sunscreen -Isehan -Kiss Me Sunkiller Perfect Water Essence SPF 50+

I'm on my second tube of this and I love it! When Asian skincare became such a hit here in the US, I was interested in their sunscreens as I'd heard they weren't as likely to cause breakouts and were a lot more effective than the sunscreens here in the US. As a very pale skinned person who's on several medications that raise my skin's hating the sun more than it used to, short of covering myself in pure zinc oxide, I was ready to try anything! I'd tried sunscreens by Neutrogena, Avon, Coppertone and even Blue Lizard, but none of them worked with my facial skin.

The sunscreen applies nicely, has a very light scent that vanishes quickly, and doesn't leave the dreaded white sunscreen cast [although with my skin, who could tell??]. It seems to keep the oil on my nose at bay, and when I do wear makeup, it acts as a decent primer although I do use primer on my nose and chin. It's done quite a good job keeping my skin pale and pretty, and I've even gotten my hubby to use it!

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