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Review: Products from Daiso Lip Gloss, Double Eyelid Tape

I love Daiso, who doesn't? There's always something to buy there and I noticed that they added new cosmetics and skincare products lately. I feel like buying them to try out but I have too many products(the ones from previous hauls) at home! Anyway I shall share with everyone on what are some of the must buy products from Daiso! :)

Introducing 2 of my favourite products from my recent Daiso haul: Lip gloss and Tape for Double Eyelid.

Lip Gloss in Shade 63

Polyisobutene, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Microcrystalline Wax, Triethylhexanoin, Propylene Carbonate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Tocopheryl Acetate. BHT, Butylparaben, Frangance, Mica, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Barium Sulfate

These are the only information available in English on the packaging and I typed out each word so there may be some mistakes in the spelling. I noticed that this product contains alot of ingredients with complicated names that I can't pronounce! The reason why I decided to buy this is because it is made in Korea and it seems safer than those made in China. I'm sure many of you have come across articles on weird stuffs being added into some of China's products, so to be safe, I'll opt for skincare/beauty products from countries like Korea, Japan, etc.
The packaging is simple, practical and pretty, just like any Korean brand lip gloss but at a more affordable price of $2. It comes with a brush applicator which is easy to apply and shade 63 is a sheer colour - light pinkish tint with slight shimmers which gives a glossy shimmery finish.

Plus, it doesn't dry out my lips unlike some of the lip balms/glosses do but I would suggest using a suitable lip balm before using any types of lip products(be it lipstick or lip gloss) so it can help to moisturize and protect your lips. This product stays on my lips for about 5 hours without food/drinks which is pretty long lasting for me.

However, it's alittle sticky, like when the wind blows, my hair tends to get stuck to my lips so it can be quite irritating if I'm out in a windy area. Other than that, I love the lip gloss! Here's how it looks, hate my thick lips :(
Before(1st picture) & After(2nd picture):

Moving on, Daiso's double eyelid tape comes in a set of 10 pairs. This is the only one that comes in "slim cut", others are quite thick which I think would look very obvious when worn. 
It's my first time using a double eyelid tape so it might not look natural. I do have natural double eyelids but the one on my right is less defined and often result in 大小眼 (one eye looking smaller than the other). My right double eyelid looks like the one in 2, and my left double eyelid looks like the one in 4! How frustrating is that! Hence the need for double eyelid tape on important occasions. Haha.

Even though it's my first time using it, it is easy to use and I managed to get the double eyelid I wanted in just one try! This double eyelid tape lasted me the whole day even though I have oily eyelids and it's easy to remove.

Highly recommended for beginners or if you don't want to spend too much on double eyelid tapes:)

More on Daiso Hauls & Reviews
1. Daiso Haul #01
2. Dasio Haul #02 
3. Daiso Haul #03
4. Daiso Haul #04 & Review: Razor, Eyebrow Pencil, Eyebrow Template
5. Review - Daiso Meito Beauty Drink
6. Review - Daiso Rose Body Scrub 
7. Review - Daiso L'ame Glitter Eyeshadow in Silver


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