Fairydrops are cult! And they’re coming to the UK thanks to BeautyMart, the site that winkles out finds that we never thought we’d get hold of in the UK.
I’ll confess right now that I’ve never used Fairydrops mascara but it seems to get rave reviews around the globe. Fairydrops Mascara is from Japan, and is one of Japan’s best selling mascaras and created by Japanese celebrity, Aya Yasuda. There are several variations of the mascara – above is Scandal Queen; the packaging is great – goodbye black tubes!
From what I can see on the brush, the formula is definitely boosted with fibre.
And a wiggle shaped brush. I’m not all that convinced about brush shapes and how much difference they truly make but as far as the formula is concerned, it’s bang on for the doll-effect that’s such a key look for all brands right now. I’m not sure how much it’s going to be but keep an eye out at Beautymart HERE for launch.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
It’s also a good place to stock up on the hard to find DHC Washing Powder, £8; grains of cleanser that when mixed with water turn into a skin-friendly, thorough wash off cleanser (HERE) which is brilliant for by-passing the no-liquids policy at airports.
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