Cherry Lemon's Beauty Blog

UK beauty, make-up, skincare and nails reviews


1 Comment

NOTD Summer Daisy Stamping Manicure

image

NOTD Summer Daisy Stamping Manicure @iamcherrylemon

Hello and good morning :)

This is one cheerful manicure suitable for most summer days. I have received many compliments while wearing this, thanks to the bright and eye catching colours used!

image

NOTD Summer Daisy Stamping Manicure (with Rhinestones) @iamcherrylemon

I was in two minds which hand I would prefer, I’ve decorated my left hand mani with yellow rhinestones and only dotted yellow paint on the right hand version. It looks like the right hand version is more “casual” and more people are liking it :)

image

NOTD Summer Daisy Stamping Manicure @iamcherrylemon

What I’ve used for this mani:

Apilia Super Plate A (Stamping Plate used)

Konad Special Stamping Polish in White

Seche Vite Fast Drying Top Coat

Rimmel London Lasting Polish in “Orange Your Life”

Rimmel London Lasting Polish in “Pear Drop”

Sally Hansen InstaDri Nail Polish in “Just in Lime”

Illamasqua Nail Varnish in “Force”

Yellow rhinestones / Sally Hansen InstaDri Nail Polish in “Lightening”

What do you think?

Thanks for reading and have a gorgeous day ahead!


Leave a comment

Review: Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bar (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) Photo Swatches

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

 
Hello everyone! Sorry I’ve been AWOL for awhile. Work has hijacked my life for the past few weeks. I’m glad to surface for a breather today :)
 
Today, I’m back to review a couple of petite bunny gloss/ lip balms by Tony Moly. Tony Moly is a Korean drugstore brand that’s fairly popular in Korea (and rest of the K-Beauty world!) for its cute packaging, affordability and a good product range. You can order Tony Moly from many online sources. They’re even available in Urban Outfitters US.
 
The packaging
I must admit I was drawn to its cute little bunny packaging in pen form. Look at those cute but cheeky faces on the lid with the little bunny ears! You just cannot fault its cute design! The pen shape is compact and makes it easy to apply with. It is light and travel-friendly product.
Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

The product
There are 6 flavours in the original Gloss Bar range, plus 4 new neon colours added to the line. The scent is different on each one depending on its flavour! My #4 Juicy Cherry does smell like cherry-scented and the #8 Neon Red has a sweet but fainter strawberry scent. It’s not an overpowering scent at all.
#4 Juicy Cherry has slightly more pigment than #9 Neon Red. I find Neon Red not at all Neon nor Red!
 

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) Photo Swatches @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) Photo Swatches @iamcherrylemon

These are essentially tinted lip balms. They do deliver hydration to the lips while providing a tint of colour over the lips.
The colour does transfer and doesn’t last too long. So I foresee finishing these balms pretty quickly! As I find myself reapplying for the colour as well as the much needed hydration.
The gloss feels very light on the lips, and more like a lip balm which is soft and creamy.
  • 2g of product
  • Sweet fruits scent
  • Soft and creamy texture
  • Provide moisture and nutrition for skin
  • Formulated with vitamin E, berry complex
Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bars (#4 Juicy Cherry and #9 Neon Red) @iamcherrylemon

Price: $4.95 or $9.00 for 2 (members offer) from BeautyNetKorea.com
Colour/Pigment: Light wash of colour with slight sheen.
Hydration factor: Light, not likely to be suitable for dry, chapped lips
Score: 3 out of 5
Overall Summary: This product is cute and affordable. It delivers slight hydration and might not be nourishing enough for drier lips.
Great product for handbags, easy and fast touch up of colour on the lips without the need of a mirror. I can see myself using these colour tint!
 
Image Credit: Beauty Net Korea Image Credit: Beauty Net Korea


2 Comments

Non-Beauty: A Day out at Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Wisley

Hello there! A different type of post today!

RHS Wisley is situated in the county of Surrey, south of London. It is a lovely place to visit in any season of the year. It covers over 200 acres of land, it contains landscaped gardens, few glasshouses and it also hosts many seasonal events throughout the year.

I actually prefer Wisley to Kew Royal Botanic Gardens. But I guess this is because everytime I visit Kew, it always rain!

Here are some pictures I’ve taken using my handphone. Hope you like them :)

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley - Camassias May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley – Camassias May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley - Camassias May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley – Camassias May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley - Bird of Paradise May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

RHS Wisley – Bird of Paradise May 2015 @iamcherrylemon

Thank you and have a great day ahead :D


Leave a comment

REVIEW: Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack #Skincare

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Product Review) @iamcherrylemon

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Product Review) @iamcherrylemon

Hi there, hope the week has been going smoothly for you!

Today I am back and reviewing another blackhead remover nose pack, I have reviewed the Etude House version couple of weeks ago. It was a OK product but did not impress me too much.

The product under review is the Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack. I love Innisfree products, my favourite one is the Volcanic Clay pore pack (review here). It is absolutely amazing, it lets my skin breathe after use as it feels like most of my pores are clean and clear! So I had high hopes for this Jeju volcanic nose pack!

The Packaging

It is plan and factual, nothing fancy nor cute for which I do not actually mind at all. The paper packet that the nose strips come in is made of paper and recyclable.

The Product

The product is made for nose, chin and forehead use. The company did not add any cutting into this for shaping. I do prefer some shaping so it can stick to my nose slightly better.

The strip does adhere well to the nose but your nose has to be thoroughly wet for this to happen! The beige colour strip looked like a huge plaster (band aid) on my nose while in use.

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Packaging) @iamcherrylemon

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Packaging) @iamcherrylemon

Official Description:

1. The Jeju volcanic clay treats pores, removing blackheads and impurities

2. It can be used on various areas of skin concerns, including nose, forehead and chin.

3. Lavender and aroma scent comfort your mind and body.

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Instructions in Korean) @iamcherrylemon

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Instructions in Korean) @iamcherrylemon

The Scent

Official description of the scent is lavender but it smelled more like herbal medicine to me. It is not an attractive scent to most.

To use (official usage instructions):

  1. After cleansing, thoroughly wet your nose.
  2. Peel off the transparent film on the back of the mask and attach it to the nose starting from the center, gently pressing the sides.
  3. After 10~15 minutes, when the mask completely dries, gently peel off the mask starting from the edge.
  4. After removing the sheet, even out the skin with the toner.

(Recommended use: 1~2 times per week on the forehead,nose and chin)

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Front and Back) @iamcherrylemon

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose Pack (Front and Back) @iamcherrylemon

 

My take on the product

The nose pack adheres well to the nose area, and covers a pretty large area of the nose. But it did not get all the blackheads out, I believe I might need 2 of these instead of 1 of the Etude house nose pack for the job!

Comparing Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Nose pack to Etude House Green Tea nose pack, I do prefer the Etude House as it is gentler but still effective. The scent on the Innisfree nose pack is way too annoying for me.

Innisfree products are kinder to skin, so it could be a trade off? I will stick with my Super volcanic clay pack for unclogging pores and continue with my trusty Biore nose strips for blackheads!

 

Effectiveness: 2/5

Scent: 1/5

Price: $7 free shipping from Amazon or £0.69 from Innisfree.com plus postage

Overall Score: 2/5

 

 

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day!

 

 

 

Ingredient list for those who are interested:

VP/VA Copolymer, Water, Silica, Volcanic Ash (Volcanic Cluster), Dimethicone, Dipotassium Glycyrrizate, The green Tea Extract, Prickly Pear Extract, Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Flower Extract, Tangerine Peel Extract, Mineral Water (Water from Volcanic Rock in Jeju), Witch Hazel Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, Polysorbate60, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Fragrance, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow No.4, Red No.504


4 Comments

NOTD Very 80s Pink Leopard spots manicure

NOTD Very 80s Pink Leopard Spots Manicure @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Very 80s Pink Leopard Spots Manicure @iamcherrylemon

Hello there! An unplanned post today. This manicure was inspired by a random bag! The other morning, I was on my way to the office and saw a lady carrying a fabric bag with pink leopard spots pattern on it. It looks retro, super cute and I wanted to do a leopard spot mani! My first leopard spot mani was a few months back!
For today’s manicure I’ve used:
  • Illamasqua nail varnish in Loella
  • Barry M Limited Edition Nail Paint in Bikini
  • Essie nail polish in Blanc
  • NYX nail polish in Black
  • Fun Lacquer in 24k Diamond (for the sparkly accents)
  • Inm Out the Door Super fast drying top coat
  • Dotting tool
Leopard spots are super easy to do, you don’t have to use dotting tool. Toothpicks will be fine for the job.
I like this one :) It is bringing back some summery colours with a cheeky design in a very 80s sense! 80s was about neon, maybe I should complete a neon leopard spots next ehehhe
Have you tried leopard spots manicure? I didn’t like them at first but it only took one manicure up change my mind!
Thanks for reading and have a great day!


1 Comment

Another British Beauty Blogger BBBOX has landed! #BBBCliniqueBox (It’s like Christmas is here again!)

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique @iamcherrylemon

Hello! Beauty box unboxing time! I don’t buy beauty boxes anymore but this is curated by one of my favourite beauty bloggers. :D
I am so glad that I checked my email on a Sunday afternoon (26th April!)! I received the last warning email message from British Beauty Blogger, that her collabration beauty box with Clinique was running out. They had 1500 boxes available and I think it lasted just over 8 to 9 hours. I ordered myself one and within 5 minutes, the box was totally sold out. I have been living under a rock recently and did not follow the beauty box movement for awhile. Apologies for not posting about this before it selling out. 

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique (Info card) @iamcherrylemon

This box has been curated by Jane for anyone who is new to Clinique or Clinique regulars wanting more holiday sized products. I am a inbetweener, as I am not new to Clinique and I am not a regular either! This is a great value box that I can’t pass on, it gives me a chance to try out their new products. There are skincare, makeup and fragrance, a very well curated box.

The box itself costs £18.50 with free P&P. Here is the item list;

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique - Contents @iamcherrylemon

1 x High Impact Mascara (full size, £17.50) 

1 x Chubby Stick Moisturising Lip Colour Balm (full size, £17)

1 x Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips (30ml, £4.08)

1 x Dramatically Different Moisturising Lotion+ (15ml, £3.60)

1 x Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief (15ml, £10.20)

1 x Liquid Facial Soap Mild (30ml, £2.40)

1 x Happy Perfume Spray (4ml, £2.16)

1 x Your £10 Voucher

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique (Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief and Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+) @iamcherrylemon

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique (Take The Day Off Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips and Facial Soap) @iamcherrylemon

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique (High Impact Mascara and Chubby Stick) @iamcherrylemon

image

British Beauty Blogger x Clinque Beauty Box #BBBClinique (Happy Perfume Sample) @iamcherrylemon

Note: RRP of samples are calculated based on normal RRP on its full sized version

The total RRP value of the box is £56.94. Probably as not good value as other BBBBeautyBox(es), but it is pretty neat to have the £10 voucher if you do decide to purchase any of the full sizes. This vouchers can be used on orders over £40. I have been eyeing up the Cheek Pop blushers!

Do you use Clinique products, if so, what would you recommend to me to get from the brand?

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

PS. I have not used or tried everything in this box extensively, so I will not be able sum up any conclusion for you yet. I will use these products in the near future and write up a review summary :) Can’t wait!


5 Comments

Review: Etude House Drawing Eye Brow (Shades #2 Gray Brown and #4 Charcoal Gray) with Photo Swatches

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils (Shades #2 Gray Brown and #4 Charcoal Gray) @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils (Shades #2 Gray Brown and #4 Charcoal Gray) @iamcherrylemon

Morning everyone. How are you doing? Today, I’m reviewing the Etude House Drawing Eye Brow definers in two shades.

The product
This is the automatic / retractable type Eyebrow Definer with hard wax crayon. It comes in six different shades; #1 Black Brown, #2 Gray Brown, #3 Brown, #4 Charcoal Gray, #5 Gray and #6 Black.

Etude House Official Eye Brow Drawing Colour Chart (image credit www.beautynetkorea.com)

Etude House Official Eye Brow Drawing Colour Chart (image credit http://www.beautynetkorea.com)

The wax crayon nib is shaped like a triangle and slightly slanted. This has been designed to make the application easy and effortless.

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow @iamcherrylemon

It has a spoolie at the other end, this is extremely helpful for tidying and grooming. I’ve only got my Burberry Eyebrow Definer that has the exact same design as this Etude House version. The Etude House spoolie is not tapered but I’m not complaining at all.
The caps shut securely and I don’t have to worry breaking the nib in my makeup bag.

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils (Shades #2 Gray Brown and #4 Charcoal Gray) Swatches @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow pencils (Shades #2 Gray Brown and #4 Charcoal Gray) Swatches @iamcherrylemon

The wax crayon is refillable. But I haven’t come across any refills online yet.

The hard wax is horrible to swatch on hand but it applies extremely well onto the brows. You can go for a natural brow look, or intensify the look by building up the coverage.

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow swatches @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Drawing Eye Brow swatches @iamcherrylemon

Out of the two shades, I do prefer the shade #2 Gray Brown. It’s warmer and more suitable for my complexion :D but both are great.

Ease of use: Great for beginners and everyone!
Pigmentation: Light but build-able, easy to control
Longevity: Very good! 10 hours+ and no touch up required. I’m most impressed.

Price: currently under $4 at Beauty Net Korea (Not affiliated)
Score: 5! A good dupe for the Burberry Effortless Eyebrow Definer at a fraction of the price. A definite repurchase for me!

Thanks for reading! Hope you had a great weekend!


2 Comments

Holographic stamping manicure using Moyou London Tropical Collection plate 05

NOTD Stamped Holographic Manicure using Moyou London Tropical Collection Plate 05 and Color Club Angel Kiss @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Stamped Holographic Manicure using Moyou London Tropical Collection Plate 05 and Color Club Angel Kiss @iamcherrylemon

Hello! IT’S FRIDAY!! and I’m using the Moyou London Tropical Collection plate 05 again! :P

I’m stamping over Color Club nail lacquer in Angel Kiss. It is a full on holo with green hints. So I’ve picked to use Tropical collection plate 05 and its leave pattern. It turns out well, but I have coloured in some leaves as originally it looked way too similar to spider web!!
I think this design is pretty cool and looks like nice graphic prints.

Color Club Nail Lacquer in Angel Kiss (Photo Swatch) @iamcherrylemon

Color Club Nail Lacquer in Angel Kiss (Photo Swatch) @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Stamped Holographic Manicure @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Stamped Holographic Manicure @iamcherrylemon

Thank you for dropping by and hope you like this simple holo stamping manicure.

Have a wonderful weekend!


3 Comments

Review: Tony Moly I’m Real Mask Sheet (Red Wine, Makgeolli, Seaweeds and Rice)

Tony Moly Im Real Sheet Masks (Red Wine, Makgeoli, Seaweeds and Rice) @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Im Real Sheet Masks (Red Wine, Makgeoli, Seaweeds and Rice) @iamcherrylemon

Hi there, today I’m reviewing four Tony Moly I’m Real Mask Sheets. I purchased these from TesterKorea during their brand sale event (25% discount). Watch out for their regular sale events. Great time to stock up on sheet masks!

 

I’m Real Mask Sheet – general attributes

The fit and cutting of the mask is good, it covers the entire face up to 95%. 5% not adhering to the skin due to the normal face contouring. However, the eyes and mouth placement are very good.

  • There’s 21ml of essence for each of these masks. It feels adequate and not too much at all.
  •  Each mask is made with 3 layers of rayon pulp
  • 5 free system: these masks are free of Paraben, Talc, Benzophenon, Triethanol and Tar Colouring

The usage instruction for each mask is the same. Put the mask directly onto clean skin, leave on for 20 to 30 mins. Massage the excess essence into the skin after use.

 

Red Wine (Pore Care)

Tony Moly I'm Real Red Wine Mask Sheet for Pore Care @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly I’m Real Red Wine Mask Sheet for Pore Care @iamcherrylemon

This is formulated specially for pore care. It evens uneven skin texture and minimise pores.

It contains red wine extract (1000ppm), this is 0.001 grams per litre! Tiny tiny amount.

It also has other botanic ingredients such as green tea extract, Rosemary extract and Rooibos extract.

 

I’m not a big fan of red wine infused face masks. Don’t boo me but I don’t touch alcohol and the smell of wine is not something I look forward to smelling!! But I can imagine many lovely ladies would love this!

I’ve tried the Innisfree version of red wine mask. This Tony Moly version smells less of the alcohol scent.

My thoughts:

It was pleasant to use, the scent totally disappeared after 5 mins. The essence was easily absorbed into the skin. My pores didn’t appear that much smaller, but I liked how it left my skin looking brighter and more hydrated. The leftover essence felt slightly sticky on the skin. If I wasn’t so tired, I would have washed it off!

Score: 3 out of 5

 

Makgeolli (Skin Purifying)

Tony Moly Im Real Sheet Masks @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly Im Real Sheet Masks @iamcherrylemon

Makgeolli is a alcoholic beverage created with rice or wheat. It has been a very popular drink for farmers in Korea. As with sake, it has notably good skin benefits.

This mask contains 10,000 ppm makgeolli extracts. It claims to leave your skin bright and radiant.

My thoughts:

This mask probably has the best scent a mask can have. It is very faint and it smells of expensive skincare products! I loved the scent.

This mask contains an adequate amount of essence. It feels so comfortable on the skin. I actually fell asleep with it on for 10 mins. When it was removed after 30 mins, the leftover essence did not feel sticky on the face. I really enjoyed using this mask.

Score: 4 out of 5

Seaweed (Skin Purifying)

Tony Moly I'm Real Seaweeds Mask Sheet for Skin Purifying @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly I’m Real Seaweeds Mask Sheet for Skin Purifying @iamcherrylemon

Official claim: Seaweeds mask makes skin look bright and radiant with freshness of the sea.

My thoughts:

It does leave the skin feeling hydrated. The scent was pleasant; it doesn’t smell like artificial sea scents. Good mask but not my favourite. I am not sure about the skin purifying properties, the result might be more noticeable with regular use.

Score: 2.5 out of 5

 

Rice (Clear Skin)

Tony Moly I'm Real Rice Mask Sheet for Clear Skin @iamcherrylemon

Tony Moly I’m Real Rice Mask Sheet for Clear Skin @iamcherrylemon

Saving the best for last! This mask smells great, I am kinda addicted to this. The official claim for this mask, “Rice mask makes dull skin look radiant and glowing”. I am happy to report that this is not far from the truth.

My thoughts:

This is by far the best Tony Moly mask out of the four. I love how this mask feels on the skin, even better feeling afterwards. It has left my skin very soft and smooth. The leftover essence was good and did not feel sticky at all.

The skin looked bright and healthy in the next morning. I would most likely to repurchase this mask, and maybe try the other options too.

Score: 5 out of 5!

 

 

Summary

  • Good fit to the skin
  • Good value
  • Adequate amount of essence in each mask
  • Good results for day to day type of mask
  • Easy to find (good availability online)

Where to Buy: Under $1 USD plus shipping from TesterKorea – not affiliated!

 

 

Thank you for reading and wishing you a beautiful weekend ahead.


1 Comment

Review: Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack - Product Review @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack – Product Review @iamcherrylemon

Morning all!
Today’s review is on the Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack. I’ve been using nose strips for years as I do suffer from blackheads on my nose. Biore is the brand I’ve been sticking to (no pun intended :P).

Official claim: Green tea extracts not only remove waste materials, blackheads, sebums and dead skin cells on the skin, but also tighten pores and relax skin

The packaging
You can say the packaging is cute or it can be creepy! I’m not a big fan of big eyed dolls, sowwie!

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack - Packaging @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack – Packaging @iamcherrylemon

The product
The strip has no shaping, no cuts and it is in one piece. I enjoy the ones with some cutting to fit the contour of the nose better. I don’t believe one size nose strip can fits all.

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack (Front and Back) @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack (Front and Back) @iamcherrylemon

The scent
The nose strips do have be a slight scent of natural green tea. It is not strong and it is a very pleasant scent! I enjoyed it very much.

To use
1. Clean nose area and keep it wet
2. Peel off plastic backing of the nose strip
3. Apply onto the nose, might need to press firmly for it to stick better
4. Leave it on until it’s dry
5. Remove and clean nose area with water
6. Apply moisturiser (optional)!

My take in the product
These Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack are fairly gentle and great for sensitive skin.
In terms of effectiveness, these strips do work but these are not as effective as Biore’s. Good scent nevertheless!

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack (Instructions) @iamcherrylemon

Etude House Green Tea Nose Pack (Instructions) @iamcherrylemon

Price: you can get these pretty cheap around $6 for 10 including shipping from Amazon.
$2 for 5 plus shipping from Koreadepart

Score: 3 out of 5
Overall Summary: Good product for sensitive skin

 

Thanks for reading, have a great week ahead! :D

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 315 other followers