2013年5月8日水曜日

Japanese Drugstore Makeup Brands Part2

This time I will show you other 5 popular Japanese drugstore makeup brands. These are big brand in Japan as you can find them in most of all drugstores in Japan. However unfortunately they don't have English sites because they aren't sold in foreign countries, and you cannot get enough informative product descriptions and reviews. So I hope this would help you know and get interested in some of them. I'm creating a page for my personal shopping service which allows you get more Japanese beauty products even any online stores don't carry. It's going to open pretty soon! 


Visee (in Japanese) 
(image from www.visee.jp)
Visee is very famous cosmetic brand from Kosé in Japan but not known well in the world yet so I don't find many product reviews in English and even English official website or any referable sites in English. The most popular items of Visee are eyeshadows. Visee is now carrying 6 different kinds of eyeshadows since 2011. I have Glam Shade Eyes PU-7 (review here) and Blackish Forming Eyes in B-1 (review here) and those were released in 2011 and in 2009 but are long selling ones and still available in drugstore. 

* You can shop here on eBay. 

Customer Reviews


Lavshuca (in Japanese)
(image from http://beautyexchange.jp/)


Lavshuca debuted in 2006 produced by Kanebo which seems as Majolica Majorca of Shiseido. Lavshuca looks really cute and all products come in pink/purple packaging. Lavshuca's main products are lipsticks/lip glosses such as Jewelry lips (review here) and Dramatic Memory Rouge (review here). Second key item of Lavshuca is Eyeshadow palette (review here). Check out more of their products on the website. Here lipseye shadows, and blushes etc.  I am sorry that It is only in Japanese but you could see how they look like.

* You can shop here on eBay.


Customer Reviews


K-palette

(image from www.http://k-palette.net/)






Speaking of K-Palette is EYELINER! Number 1 item is "1 DAY TATTO Real Lasting Eyeliner" as you can see many reviews of this. It has liquid type and pencil type, but the ones  


*You can shop on Amazon and eBay.



Customer Reviews





Integrate
(image from http://www.shiseido.co.jp/ie/)





Integrate is a famous drugstore makeup line from Shiseido. It features sleek products in wearable colors, aimed at women in their 20s and 30s. Integrate has really good items and their hit items are eye makeup products, lip products, and base products, especially Gel Type Eyeliner (review here), Mascara (review here), Lipglosses, and mineral foundation and foundation primer (BB cream). 


*You can shop here on eBay and Rakuten


Customer Reviews 


Fasio
(image from http://www.kose.co.jp/jp/ja/products/brand/fasio/sp/)
















Sport beauty cosmetic brand, Fasio is produced by Kose as a drugstore cosmetics line. The cover picture shows new released lipsticks but Fasio is a big MASCARA brand. They have different types of eyelashes, and all mascaras are waterproof and last for the whole day without smudge. They add more volume but no clump and separate them off. They are perfect for summer and sports scene. 

*You can shop here on eBay.

Customer Reviews




These brands above are not worldwide brand yet so I don't see many reviews for various products, however I could say most of their products perform very well considering the price. I've never experienced of purchase with full disappointment. Drugstore cosmetics are absolutely inexpensive, so I don't hold back to purchase and try out new products. Recently, many makeup brands release not only low-price but high quality products so it's been very competitive. What's interesting about these brands are that Japanese cosmetics brands have their each spokesmodels. Mostly they are fashion models who are popular for girls, and those spokesmodels really affect the brand marketing. I'm going to share with you Maquillage, Aube, Coffret d'or, and Esprique on next post!

Thank you for reading!

Coco :)

10 件のコメント:

  1. wow! I love these products. I so often see these brands at a local drugstore. I so excited to try these products! thanks for sharing!

    hugs
    shannel
    www.shannellee.blogspot.com

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  2. Hi Shannel! Thank you for stopping by and leaving the comment. Aw it seems you live in Asia? I hope you like them! I will visit your blog later, thanks!! :)

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  3. Hello. Would you know any Japanese products to give a V-line shape? And also any popular diet supplements since I've been busy with school? Thanks~ ^^

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  4. Hi Knomjean! Thank you for dropping by!
    Well, is a V-line shape for face? Then, a V-line face roller (links below) would be great to sharpen your chin and jaw line. As for the diet supplements, I recommend "Calorie Limit" by Fancl which is now one of the most well-known diet supplements in Japan. Hope this helps you! ;)

    Face Roller Pictures and Review
    http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/face%20roller?language=ja_JP
    http://carisseiris.blogspot.jp/2012/09/one-month-v-line-challenge.html

    Calorie Limit from FANCL
    http://www.fancl.com.sg/best-selling-supplements

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  5. Hello. Thank you for the fast response. I will look at FANCL for more information. Once again, thanks! ^^

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  6. Hello!
    Thank you so much for the information.
    I wanted to know more about Japanese makeup products since I heard they are so good^^ I know a lot of Korean makeup products but for japanese brand, I only know a little like dolly wink, canmake, k palette. It was really nice reading your blog<3


    Yozellynj.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi, Yozellyn!
    Thank you for your comment :) and I'm sorry for my late reply.
    I like Korean makeup products too, I've used some products from Etude House, Face Shop, and Missha. There are always new beauty products released so I will try to share as many as possible!

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  8. Hello Coco Sakura! Thank you for posting my K-Palette review here on your blog. Such a cute blog you have here! Will keep coming back to read more! ^^

    Celyx Lim
    www.celyx.blogspot.com

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  9. hi, thanks for the info. is there any japanese beauty brand that is not tested on animals and is effective?

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  10. Hei,
    This is a really awesome post! Loved to read it :)

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