MUJI

MUJI


Overall rating
4.4
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82%
would repurchase
4.4
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Overall rating
82%
would repurchase

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Recent MUJI Reviews


Light Toning Water for Sensitive Skin - High Moisture

I can't believe how great this is! Normally things with glycerin so high up in the ingredients list break me out. What a fantastic item for my sensitive skin! No breakouts, I had a horrible bunch of 'pustules' yesterday (from sleeping in makeup). I used this twice (waited for it to dry in between as advised on a blog by a former nurse from Japan, now living in US) as my moisturizer for the day. A bit of Japanese nivea (the other kind doesn't do much for me) under eyes, too. Again, her recommendation. Only added a mild Avene emulsion before bed. BAM, all 'pustules' gone this morning. It's unbelievable. Also my skin seems stronger with it, soothed, etc. Great price for so much, and then the fact that the product doesn't deteriorate the skin's condition further (as many other toners have done with mine)! This is the second time I bought it.

Light Toning Water for Sensitive Skin - High Moisture
5.0
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a month ago

I can't believe how great this is! Normally things with glycerin so high up in the ingredients list break me out. What a fantastic item for my sensitive skin! No breakouts, I had a horrible bunch of 'pustules' yesterday (from sleeping in makeup). I used this twice (waited for it to dry in between as advised on a blog by a former nurse from Japan, now living in US) as my moisturizer for the day. A bit of Japanese nivea (the other kind doesn't do much for me) under eyes, too. Again, her recommendation. Only added a mild Avene emulsion before bed. BAM, all 'pustules' gone this morning. It's unbelievable. Also my skin seems stronger with it, soothed, etc. Great price for so much, and then the fact that the product doesn't deteriorate the skin's condition further (as many other toners have done with mine)! This is the second time I bought it.

Eyelash Curler
4.0
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6 months ago

To summarize, I think this is a sturdy, affordable, and budget friendly eyelash curler. But if you're an eyelash curler aficionado (me), an owner of perpetually straight lashes (also me), or just someone who doesn't bother with mascara unless it's waterproof (because how else can it hold a curl?) keep reading. I bought this as a personal replacement for my Kevyn Aucoin's eyelash curler (which is now in my professional kit), and I can say for myself that this is a better fit for my Asian, double lidded eyes than both the Shiseido and Shu Uemura eyelash curlers. (On that note, I think the Shiseido eyelash curler is better suited for "flatter" eyelids, especially for those who have monolids.) But mine are more "curved", so to speak, and so I need a more concave curler. The Muji eyelash curler is capable of curling all of my lashes in one go, which is fairly impressive considering most eyelash curlers on the market don't. However, it's not as comfortable to use compared to Kevyn Aucoin which is why my rating is not a five. The pad isn't as "squishy" as the Kevyn Aucoin's either, which means that my lashes look a bit more "crimped" than naturally fluttery. I also feel like this eyelash curler could potentially pinch me a lot more often if I wasn't super used to using eyelash curlers. However, I do like the design quite a lot. The body is silver with a black pad, and no logo. It appeals to my minimalist tastes. The other great thing is that Muji sells replacement pads for 1.50 pounds, which is pretty eco-friendly as that means you don't have to buy another eyelash curler. That option puts it above a lot of the luxury eyelash curlers that claim that you have to replace it as soon as you run out of pads (insert me rolling my eyes.) So in a nutshell, I think it's not a bad product for someone who wants a non-fussy option for curling their eyelashes. The price is great and hard to complain about (seven pounds!) But to those who are a little boujee about their makeup, and don't mind investment pieces, I really do suggest going out to the department stores and trying out eyelash curlers to see what's the best fit for you. Eye shapes are all different and it's hard to know what eyelash curler is best for you unless you try them in person.

Eyelash Curler
4.0
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6 months ago

To summarize, I think this is a sturdy, affordable, and budget friendly eyelash curler. But if you're an eyelash curler aficionado (me), an owner of perpetually straight lashes (also me), or just someone who doesn't bother with mascara unless it's waterproof (because how else can it hold a curl?) keep reading. I bought this as a personal replacement for my Kevyn Aucoin's eyelash curler (which is now in my professional kit), and I can say for myself that this is a better fit for my Asian, double lidded eyes than both the Shiseido and Shu Uemura eyelash curlers. (On that note, I think the Shiseido eyelash curler is better suited for "flatter" eyelids, especially for those who have monolids.) But mine are more "curved", so to speak, and so I need a more concave curler. The Muji eyelash curler is capable of curling all of my lashes in one go, which is fairly impressive considering most eyelash curlers on the market don't. However, it's not as comfortable to use compared to Kevyn Aucoin which is why my rating is not a five. The pad isn't as "squishy" as the Kevyn Aucoin's either, which means that my lashes look a bit more "crimped" than naturally fluttery. I also feel like this eyelash curler could potentially pinch me a lot more often if I wasn't super used to using eyelash curlers. However, I do like the design quite a lot. The body is silver with a black pad, and no logo. It appeals to my minimalist tastes. The other great thing is that Muji sells replacement pads for 1.50 pounds, which is pretty eco-friendly as that means you don't have to buy another eyelash curler. That option puts it above a lot of the luxury eyelash curlers that claim that you have to replace it as soon as you run out of pads (insert me rolling my eyes.) So in a nutshell, I think it's not a bad product for someone who wants a non-fussy option for curling their eyelashes. The price is great and hard to complain about (seven pounds!) But to those who are a little boujee about their makeup, and don't mind investment pieces, I really do suggest going out to the department stores and trying out eyelash curlers to see what's the best fit for you. Eye shapes are all different and it's hard to know what eyelash curler is best for you unless you try them in person.