Yes, yes, yes, I have a propensity to eat beauty supplements even though I’m a bit reluctant to admit. I’ve actually been into them since my late 20s, buying all sorts of skin, hair and nail supplements. But I haven’t been all that consistent and stopped taking them for at least a couple of years but this year, they’ve made a comeback into my life because there are now so many brands on offer and their prices are very competitive. Like this AFC Japan Collagen Beauty is only S$43.30 before any discounts and it’s good for 45 to 90 days of consumption!
A week ago, I started taking Inner Beauty Japan, a natural and plant-based supplement that aims to stabilize female hormones and protect our skin against free radical damage. This product has been selling at luxury spa shops in Japan for around four years and since January this year, has made its foray into Singapore. Now, given that there are already tons of beauty supplements available in the market so what’s so different about this product?
I don’t know about you but I have a fascination with Geishas. For the longest time, I’ve been yearning to watch a Geisha performance and was glad to have that opportunity with Kaden from Miyagawa-chou in Kyoto, a renowned Geisha group who was invited by Biore to perform at the Luxe Art Museum and at the same time, show how the Biore range of makeup removers help keep their skin flawless and supple.
I don’t really care much for fashion weeks but I do try to check Japan’s whenever I can remember because their collections tend to come with interesting designs that are either playful or eccentric. Well, I did say that I’m quite inspired by Japanese fashion. So this week is where the Japanese designers showcase their Spring/Summer 2011 collection at the current 11th Japan Fashion Week taking place in Tokyo and here are some of the noteworthy collections.