Today Kat's order from iMomoko came in. It was for Mezaik Double Eyelid Stretch Fiber. She had read about this when Shihoco had blogged about it on her blog (PLadge Blog). It sounded very interesting so Kat just had to try it.
Kat was born with monolids and during her junior high school years had tried using what was popular back then--scotch tape--to form a crease in her eyelids. However, it wouldn't work on her lids. What she discovered was false eyelash glue. That worked wonders and she used it day and night for several years. She was fortunate in that her eyelids kept the crease without having to use the glue any more. However, within these last couple of years, the crease has been fading and some days she is back to monolid. When there is a crease, oftentimes the ends are really drooped down so she started gluing her eyelids again.
After a few mistakes, she finally figured out how to use the stretch fiber. She will have to use it for a few more days to get a good feel as to how this will work out but so far it seems to be great. The fiber is really thin and is invisible when put on. Since the eyelids are not glued together, it looks very natural. It is supposed to be waterproof so that you can bath and swim in it. She tested it out by putting gel foundation and cream base on and then put on her eye makeup. So far so good.
Kat has realized that her hair has gotten really dry and damaged looking. She decided to try Shiseido's Tsubaki Damage Hair Care Mask. She was all set to place an order with Sasa but went to Don Quijote to pick up some zarusoba. She decided to check out the Japan products section and found the hair care mask there. It was less than a dollar more than at Sasa so she picked it up. It will take several applications before her hair gets the full benefit of the product but after this one use, her hair does seem less dry.
In today's email, Kat received Sephora's V.I.B. All-Access Pass which is good from April 8 - 19. This is a 15% off coupon! Temptu?