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#04 Daiso Haul & Review

Do not buy this Daiso Make Up Remover Wet Tissues; doesn't help to remove much of the makeup and it is too drying. I think normal wet tissues still work better than this!

Anyway here are some of the other items I bought!
1. T-Shaped Safety Razor for Face/Body
2. Semi-Auto Eyebrow Pencil in Black
3. Eyebrow Template
I find it expensive to get eyebrows trimmed outside so I decided to get these and do it myself:) Before this, I rarely pay attention to my brows, the last time I got it trimmed was more than 2 months ago? And I don't draw them when I apply makeup too :c
What's included in the eyebrow template. I have no idea what shape would be suitable for me so I chose to follow this template! I drew an outline then use these razors to trim:
These razors are easy to use and come with the shave guide which can give a close shave without cutting yourself! ;) Here's the outcome:
It is not equal but at least I think it looks neater :)

Last but not least, eyebrow pencil; it is designed to be convenient and easy to use. It comes with a brush at one end so you don't have to keep too many different tools for the same purpose. And it is semi-auto so no sharpening is required!

Here's how the shade looks, you can control the intensity and if you applied too much, just use the brush to lighten it slightly ;)
Hopefully there'll be more new cosmetics items to be released soon, love trying them out!
More on Daiso Hauls & Reviews
1. Daiso Haul #01
2. Dasio Haul #02 
3. Daiso Haul #03
4. Review - Daiso Meito Beauty Drink
5. Review - Daiso Rose Body Scrub 
6. Review - Daiso Lip Gloss & Tape for Double Eyelid
7. Review - Daiso L'ame Glitter Eyeshadow in Silver 


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