Overall rating
3.6
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58%
would repurchase
3.6
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Overall rating
58%
would repurchase

Latest TokyoMilk Reviews

Lip Gloss
3.0
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3 months ago

Got this through Ipsy. It's a sheer pink gloss with very faint shimmer. Feels nice as a gloss alone or as a topper, but not much color payoff. The tube is thicker and longer than most, so it's not really as pocket-friendly as others. White graphics cover most of the tube body but you can still see the product shade towards the bottom. Doefoot applicator. On its own, it's not particularly special for me.

Lip Gloss
3.0
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3 months ago

Got this through Ipsy. It's a sheer pink gloss with very faint shimmer. Feels nice as a gloss alone or as a topper, but not much color payoff. The tube is thicker and longer than most, so it's not really as pocket-friendly as others. White graphics cover most of the tube body but you can still see the product shade towards the bottom. Doefoot applicator. On its own, it's not particularly special for me.


kabuki
5.0
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7 months ago

This is definitely a fruity scent. I would venture so far as to say that this is a very lychee-heavy scent, hence some of the complaints on this thread of it being "overly sweet." I've eaten the actual fruit, so I can pick it out immediately upon wear. It's very sweet and very creamy, so I can see where people would mistake it for sugar or vanilla. The grapefruit and the jasmine are simply the supporting cast, and their appearances could be summed up as simply cameos - they appear briefly and POOF they disappear. But the lychee remains strong, up until the very end where it becomes a soft, close-to-the-skin type scent with only the lychee and a bit of vanilla lingering towards the end. This is also one of the few Tokyomilk perfumes that I've tried that has a bit more longevity/sillage. I put some yesterday, and I still have this small lingering aura of lychee/vanilla that seems to be trailing me. It's warm, beautiful, sexy and quite alluring. I've read comments in this thread that this is a scent better suited for tweens, and I call b.s. on those comments. Scent preferences have no age limit, and if this is a scent that appeals to you then I say go for it because of the sweet scents that I've personally tried in my own life this one is definitely one of the easier ones to wear. Just make sure you use a light hand, and you'll be fine.

kabuki
5.0
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7 months ago

This is definitely a fruity scent. I would venture so far as to say that this is a very lychee-heavy scent, hence some of the complaints on this thread of it being "overly sweet." I've eaten the actual fruit, so I can pick it out immediately upon wear. It's very sweet and very creamy, so I can see where people would mistake it for sugar or vanilla. The grapefruit and the jasmine are simply the supporting cast, and their appearances could be summed up as simply cameos - they appear briefly and POOF they disappear. But the lychee remains strong, up until the very end where it becomes a soft, close-to-the-skin type scent with only the lychee and a bit of vanilla lingering towards the end. This is also one of the few Tokyomilk perfumes that I've tried that has a bit more longevity/sillage. I put some yesterday, and I still have this small lingering aura of lychee/vanilla that seems to be trailing me. It's warm, beautiful, sexy and quite alluring. I've read comments in this thread that this is a scent better suited for tweens, and I call b.s. on those comments. Scent preferences have no age limit, and if this is a scent that appeals to you then I say go for it because of the sweet scents that I've personally tried in my own life this one is definitely one of the easier ones to wear. Just make sure you use a light hand, and you'll be fine.

 let them eat cake
3.0
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7 months ago

I won't lie, I do like a sweet scent every once in a while, but the progression of this one is odd. As others have said, this starts off as your generic vanilla perfume, but the progression of this is odd. And not pleasant. It goes from creamy vanilla cake, and morphs to a creamy slice of lemon cake to... Fake plastic Barbie cake?

 let them eat cake
3.0
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7 months ago

I won't lie, I do like a sweet scent every once in a while, but the progression of this one is odd. As others have said, this starts off as your generic vanilla perfume, but the progression of this is odd. And not pleasant. It goes from creamy vanilla cake, and morphs to a creamy slice of lemon cake to... Fake plastic Barbie cake?