Tsubasa was an official Popteen model, and soon became incredibly popular in the Gyaru scene, as well as abroad. After graduating from Popteen, she soon started her own brand of makeup Candy Doll and Dolly Wink.
Recently, I was exclusively invited to Koji Dolly Wink Workshop by TheButterflyProject at The Little Pantry, IOI Mall. I was really happy to be one of the blogger to be invited. Because I'm totally mad on their falsies!
All the butterflies were sitting together, sharing our knowledge on Koji's products.
This is what I wish that my cupboard could be. All the Dolly Wink stuffs OMG =P
As well as the pastel cakes and cupcakes, so DOLLY and adorable wtf.
All the Dolly Wink products were introduced throughout the workshop.
For the packaging, no doubt they are extremely cute and extra princessy with Tsubasa's faces on them.
Dolly Wink Pencil Eyeliner. I have tried this before, as it's in creamy texture yet it's not easy to smudge and long lasting.
Dolly Wink Eye Shadows.
What's my favorite products besides all the falsies LOL?
Koji will be soon launching their new products which are Curving Eyelash Curler and Lash Concierge Natural Look Eyelash Series!
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#1 Curving Eyelash Curler
It comes with a storage case so that it's much more convenient for us to carry around.
Unlike the old style (left), Curving eyelash curler (right) is in bow-shaped frame. It's much wider and curve. The design is to fit the shape of our eyes and providing splendid eyelash curling. According to Koji, they have tested this on thousands of Japanese women and came up with a unique curvature that is suitable for every shape of eyes.
Results on right after using Curving Eyelash Curler :
#2 Lash Concierge Natural Look Eyelash Series
A series of lashes which are much more natural. The higher the percentage, the higher the naturality.
Results on left after using Lash Concierge No.3 (basic nude) with 85% naturality.
It's very light indeed and it looks like our natural lashes it self. Yet, it volumes our lashes and enlarges our eyes.
For more information, visit Koji-Honpo (Dolly Wink)