The Most Bizarre Japanese Beauty Buys
Eyelid tapes have been around for over a decade, but this
Hair Chalk Comb
This takes the mess out of temporary hair coloring process and gives your strands a pop of color in one swipe. The colored chalk powders also don’t transfer to clothes.
Nail Polish Removal Pens
This pen erases imperfect nail polish strokes and cleans excess color on the cuticles in an instant. It comes with extra tips and may also be refilled with your own nail polish remover.
Nail Clipper with Magnifying Glass
In case you have terrible
Fujiko Mayutint Peel-Off Temporary Eyebrow Tattoo
If you can perfectly draw your eyebrows every day, this is something we would recommend you try. You just need to draw on and fill in your eyebrows using this liquid gel and wait for the formula to dry. Peel it off to reveal natural looking, filled in brows that could last for weeks. It sets and works like henna, so you cannot make a mistake.
What does Real Madrid football player Cristiano Ronaldo have to do with beauty? The Japanese have found a connection, apparently, and have tapped the athlete to be an endorser for Facial Fitness Pao. The beauty gadget allows you to exercise your facial muscles to give you a “better, younger smile.” It entails you popping the ball part of the bar-shaped tool into your mouth and bobbing your head up and down. Of course, they advertise the various colors “The Pao” comes in and recommend it be used twice a day for 30 seconds each time.
Defying age and ultimately, gravity, comes with costs, especially if you're taking the botox and fillers route, but in Japan, it allegedly costs $37. La Vie
Japanese brand Sara-
Tiny compact mirrors are inferior to this four-sided panorama mirror as the latter allows you to conveniently smooth out any stray hair sticking out from the back of your head and spread your anti-aging creams evenly. It also folds up neatly and takes up minimal space in your makeup kit.
The Tanita FitScan Breath Checker analyzes volatile sulfur compounds in your breath, which means assessing foul-smelling breath and measuring it according to six levels of odor. A digital screen displays the results in seconds and saves you the trouble of having to check your breath manually.