On to my super picture post....
I went to Myeong Dong yesterday...on a weekday to meet up with Tim and a friend. I got there earlier so I decided to drop by Hanskin to get a conditioner. My hair has been breaking very easily and I loose a few too many when I blow dry my hair.
According to the Hanskin website, the "Bring Back Conditioner" is supposed to help moisturize, detox, add nutrients, help hair growth and prevent hair loss. That's according to the pictures haha.
When I purchase a conditioner, I expect it to make my hair silky without weighing it down (I have fine hair). I want to be able to run my comb through while my hair is wet without any knots and it also must make my hair silky after blow drying. So... with that said, I don't think the Hanskin conditioner lives up to these expectations after using it twice. The Herbal Essence one I was using did a better job. As for the hair growth part, I have yet to see that happen since I just started using it.
I will probably continue buying this conditioner and use it in the morning because it doesn't weigh my hair down (that's the only plus about this).
You know how most conditioners leave a silky feeling when you're hair is still wet? This one doesn't..the conditioner rinses out completely and there's no "conditioned" feeling.
I only intended to get the conditioner during the visit to Myeong Dong, but of course being a girl...I ended up with more junk.
From Hanskin, I got their Moisture Waterdrop Hand Cream 40g for 5000won. A lot cheaper than the fruit shaped hand creams (30g for 12,000won).
I asked for some BB cream samples and I'm gonna throw this into the contest.
The hand cream is very funny. Have you heard of the Skinfood Lettuce Cucumber serum? Well it's similar to that...in the way that when you apply the hand cream, it kinda forms water beads then immediately gets absorbed into the skin. It looks kinda like you're sweating on your hands as you rub it in, it's so cool!! The hand cream has a light fragrance and doesn't feel sticky at all. As for moisturizing-ness, I think it's ok. It's not like Aveeno where it moisturizes my hands for a long time, but this is good for the price.
I went to Etude House because I was convinced by Old Cow that the dual fiber brush is comparable to MAC. I haven't felt the MAC one before, but this is quite a good brush for the price (8000won). It's really soft and dense, but it's so small!!!!Trying to pull off a puppy eyes FOTD hahaha...I kept taking pictures of myself while all the teachers were teaching. There was a cleaner lady in the office who probably thought I was so vain.
I'm using the Lunasol Soft Silver Lighting EX04 with MM pink cream shadow as a base.
I finally tried Samgeitang!! (chicken ginseng soup). This was at Myeong Dong, supposedly famous restaurant, there's like 4 in MD. This was 10,000won and really filling and tasty! No bitter taste at all.
I was walking around and saw this BB cream walking around...
I haven't eaten cantaloupes since Canada and I was so excited to see them here! But to my surprise, these aren't orange! They don't even taste like cantaloupes, but it's got the same skin.
Oh gosh..I'm so bad at comments lately... I'm sorry!!!!! But I still read your blogs =D