A little late and not as instantaneous in announcing this but I hope you will forgive me. All the more to coincide with Friday, right?
So..... in total I received 76 valid entries and I did the usual of running it through the trusty ole random.org generator. By now you should be able to tell that I'm rambling on to occupy the full space in the preview section (if you are viewing this on onsugar's feed).
Congratulations to rhaindropz / rhania!
I will be contacting you shortly and to everyone else, a big thank you for taking part and leaving fun (and some very sweet) comments too! I think the whole random comment aspect is a little interesting. Makes it fun when compiling the list. aha!
Alright, it seems 'tis the season for giveaways, so I have another one coming up shortly! A sponsored one this time but more soon!
Thanks for reading and... TGIF! Not so much for me since weekends are the optimal (freelance) work period but... anyway, rambling here!
As I had mentioned in my previous entry, where I shared my thoughts about the Shu Uemura lash curler, I picked up the duty free set and ended up with 2 pairs of lash curlers. So... here's the other pair up for a give away!
I certainly have no need for a back up lash curler so here's an opportunity for those who wish to try this cult favorite.
The rules and things you have to do is really simple:
Simply be a follower of my blog, be it onsugar, rss feeds or bloglovin
Leave your email address in the comment
You can say anything else - hellooo, yay, etc or the default "enter me", which sounds wrong to me now, after Evonne's comment ;)
This giveaway is open internationally.
example entry: :DDDDDDDD firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 15th of March 9.00pm (+8 GMT)
Ending note: Entries haven't been entirely regular and such of late. I can't quite do the one a day thing though I'm trying but we'll see how this works out! Things have picked up loads in terms of my freelance design portion and while I'm glad (because that's one step closer to what we aim for), at the same time I can't wait to take a breather. I need a holiday, pronto! Or an even simpler bargain, just some quiet me-time to relax.
In all, I will still be making time to blog as best as I can because I do have loads I wish to share, to chat and to ramble about. Also, more giveaways coming up shortly but one thing at a time :)
Thanks for sticking with me and good luck for this!
This post might stick out a little amidst the sea of mentions about this curler but I figured I should share my thoughts about this cult and very loved product, the Shu Uemura eyelash curler.
I figured not indicating a review in the title since it seemed a little misfitting but it was probably the closest word I could use. It is filed in reviews though since it can't sit anywhere else.
Ask anyone for a good eyelash curler to invest in and most would say Shu Uemura. Intrigued with it for the longest time, I finally picked up the Shu Uemura lash curler during a Changi Airport Roam. They had the duo packs available in the Duty Free area so I paid S$41.30 for 2 (boxed together) and am not sure how much they retail for at the counters.
I got to using this only this year, after retiring my Anna Sui one. It's still working perfectly fine but life calls for a little rotation.
Cut to the chase, I like the Shu Uemura curler but I don't love it. Though for the most part it's probably a fault in my own area.
The curved contours fit the eye area perfectly and very comfortably such that I almost never have to worry about pinching my eyes with this.
The only downfall and problem that is making it hard for me to love is the slot for your thumb.
I never realised this with my earlier curlers but the Shu one seems to have a slightly larger opening? Due to that my thumb can't seem to find the right placement, or rather my usual placement.
This is the angle I typically hold my curlers at:
But somehow, I'm not sure if it's due to a fractionally wider gap or perhaps the whole sleekness of the curler, it tends to slip down my thumb. Which means I'll have to work at grasping it as pictured above. This is how it would end up if I didn't focus on gripping it.
Just a wee comparison to the Anna Sui curler I was using from before and have gotten accustomed to.
It actually fits and stops right above my thumb joint portion so even if I were in a hurry and picking up the curler real quick, I wouldn't have to work at angling it, gripping it etc.
Side shot of the two so you can see the mild difference in spacing/gap.
In turn this whole thing makes it quite awkward to handle the Shu Uemura lash curler and while it's something I simply have to get used to, it is that one factor that is preventing me from straight out loving it.
In terms of it's purpose, I find it's built very steady and it does curl lashes effortlessly. I don't have many requirements when it comes to lash curling so perhaps I can't be the judge of this product's full potential. Though I have read mentions that this curls fairly short lashes beautifully without that pinch.
Though mildly unnecessary (because lash curling is lash curling...), the above statement makes it feel obligatory to include some curled lash shots. Heh.
As far as the tool goes, I can see why this is well loved. Perhaps I have some hiccups to fix in this new relationship before I can truly love this product yet I can see it's value all the same.
I honestly do want to love it but I'm not sure if this issue I'm facing is... self-inflicted? Or is it just a matter of getting used to it? I'm sure majority of you have tried it, do share what you think about it! Did you have the same problem or is it just me?
If you haven't tried it, do share what brands you are using!
If you are looking to try this.... well, stay tuned!
The work week has started and in an attempt to live in the weekend mood, I'm posting up a look I had done over that period but didn't managed to find time to post.
I rely a fair bit on colored liners, especially so for shimmer/sparkly ones because they are such look amp-ers. On days where I have little to no time to get ready for an event or occasion, what I normally do is start with my makeup and think of what to wear while in the makeup process. This often leads me to grabbing a fail-proof neutral combination that would work with whatever outfit I decide upon.
Over time, neutrals can feel a little boring for events or occasions, so what I like to do is top it off with a streak of color (shimmery or not) over my upper lid! I feel this simple little thing does glitz up the look and it's easy to accomplish.
Just thought I'd say, I have more shots than usual of my eye because I couldn't choose and they all felt necessary to showcase the glitziness of it.
The boyfriend was photobombing, again, and I didn't have time to retake the pictures after. I did choose the ones without him doing weird expressions and all so... try your best to ignore him okay?
(yes he was attempting to creep up on me in the above shot...)
K-Palette Brow Liner in 01 Maquillage Brow Wax in 77 MAC Browset in Show Off Shu Uemura UV Underbase Mousse in BB Beige Shu Uemura Smooth Fit Fluid Foundation LUV Carat Long Lasting Face Powder in Natural Beige
EYES Urban Decay Primer Potion MAC Paintpot in Groundwork Shu Uemura Eyeshadows (from City Allure palette) CLIO Professional Brush Liner in Black MAC Powerpoint Liner in Engraved Lit Cosmetics Glitter in Beach Babe + Glitter Base Dollywink Mascara in Volume
CHEEKS NARS Powder blush in Gilda
LIPS MAC Viva Glam Gaga II Shu Uemura Rouge Unlimited in PK341 MAC Dazzleglass in Smile Highlightedproducts were provided by companies/distributors, I was not obliged to use/feature them in LOTDs.
What I used for the gold lining is Beach Babe glitter from Lit Cosmetics, along with their Clearly Liquid Glitter Base™.
Thus far I have only been using these as sparkly liners and not patted them all over the lids yet. I don't think my inner-diva is ready to come out anytime soon and a glittery lid is more than I can handle... but who knows, right?
Regardless, these make pretty glitter liners and with use of the Glitter Base, I noticed close to no fall-out. There will be some very minor migration on the lids after a long wear but otherwise, after 5 hours it's still intact and not raining glitter down my cheeks.
A 5 hour later shot, no lid imprint or anything.
In other news, aloha nude lips!
I still had to do the thing of dabbing another lipstick color over just so it isn't all that nude but otherwise, it's nuder than what I'm used to these days.
That is it for reliving the weekends! if you like this glittery shade, you can stand a chance to win it (along with the Glitter Base) in my giveaway! Giveaway closes on the 23rd of February at 10pm (+8GMT).
I rarely re-post preview mentions because most who post it up are very influential people and most would know of this news already but these are just so beautiful, I had to. Also because I had just posted up a mention about the Pink Purple UVUB Mousse and instead of running out to grab it now, you might want to consider grabbing it with this launch, if the design is something you fancy.
Looks like I'm in no hurry to rush out and get the Pink Purple UVUB Mousse, yet.
Thanks for reading and thank you Iris for sharing!
Back in late December when I got a sneak peak of the Shu Uemura Celestial Garden Spring Summer 2012 collection, I was also introduced to an exciting new product hitting local Shu Uemura counters in February.
Whitening is becoming a very huge movement in the asian market as it boosts a fairer, brightened and more translucent complexion so without further ado, Shu Uemura is introducing their new approach to this whitening market.
This entry is going to be more informative than anything but if whitening is something you have interest in, I say read on!
Whitefficient 2012 is a combination of using 2 of Shu Uemura's signature products – the Shu Uemura cleansing Oil and the UV Under Base Mousse. These can be used individually of course but it's said to give the best efforts when coupled together.
The idea of Whitefficient is a whitening program that achieves results effortlessly without any additional steps. All you have to do is replace your usual cleansing oil with this and introduce the UV Underbase to your makeup routine without having to use an additional serum or essence which allows you to stick to your current skincare routine.
Whitefficient Cleansing Oil
The Whitefficient Cleansing Oil is a rebirth and reformulation of Shu Uemura's iconic cleansing oil, equipped with the most advanced technology to achieve a brightening effect through cleansing. This has since replaced the previous whitening rendition, known as Brightening or White Recovery, at the Shu Uemura counters from January 2012.
The color theme used is that similar purple-blue tone so if you have always been reaching for their whitening cleansing oil range you wouldn't be too confused with a color change of any sort.
The new and improved formula aims to make the skin look clarified and even in skintone with visible results attainable immediately and more prominent ones after a span of 4 weeks.
There is a little more science behind it but I will spare the details in this entry as I have received a 150ml bottle of this Whitefficient Cleansing Oil so I'll give that a try in due time and report on my thoughts about it. Inputting all that ingredient information here would make this post all-too-wordy.
The Whitefficient Cleansing OIl is available in 150ml (S$55) and 450ml (S$155).
UV Underbase Brightening Mousse SPF30 PA++
I doubt the UV Underbase Mousse product needs much of an introduction but here is another addition to the current range compromising of Beige, Pink and BB Beige.
The new shade, Pink Purple, dispenses a pale purple shade and contains a blue iridescent pearl for an instant brightening effect. Purple, as we know, eliminates yellow tones and helps brighten the overall complexion. Shu Uemura further enhanced this effect by including an inner-glow-agent for added rosiness.
The product feels like it's fellow 'siblings', a firm foam that blends out very easily over the skin while feeling very light on.
I didn't take a shot of the product once it's completely blended out because my camera would not pick up on anything but it blended out perfectly, no purple tinge and the area it is on seemed relatively brightened.
Aside from the aesthetic brightening effect of it, the Whitefficient UVUB Mousse (shortformed name for refering to this product) also consists of an advanced Whitefficient technology. The dual action whitening ingredients found in this, coupled with the cleansing oil's own, makes it why they call this the whitening program without the use of an added serum or essence.
The diagram above shows a visual representation of the active whitening ingredients in this. Precious Vitamin CG is the use of stabilizing Vitamin C with Glucose as Vitamin C on its own is known to be easily damaged by oxygen/heat exposure. The fusion of these ingredients leaves the whitening effect in the Whitefficient UVUB Mousse to be comparable to Shu Uemura's Whitefficient Intense Whitening Essence.
A base/primer product with the same strength as an essence is pretty interesting since it doesn't interfere with having to swap out your current essence or would most probably double the effect if you are using a whitening essence already.
I was quite interested in how it swatched at the preview so I might just drop by the counters and pick one to use in conjunction with the Cleansing Oil, though I'm barely done with up BB Beige and Beige UVUB Mousse.
The Whitefficient UVUB Mousse will be hitting the Shu Uemura counters in February, going for S$80 (50g).
Last but not least, there are way too many words in this post so lets balance it out with a gorgeous promo shot featuring internationally renowned supermodel, TAO - the new brand beauty ambassador for Shu Uemura.
"TAO’s allure is broader than her modern, avant-garde, experimental mood. What is striking is her uncompromising ambition. I am confident that she will be recognized as a legendary supermodel."
What a super lengthy post and it's a little 'dry' since there isn't much to swatch or talk about when it comes to cleansing oils and a preview of a base product but I hope it has been informative for those with an interest to whitening. For those who aren't big whitening fans and have made it this far, hope it was informative too in introducing this new innovative whitening program by Shu Uemura.
Thanks for reading!
Disclosure: Preview was hosted by Shu Uemura. Opinions expressed are my own, I am not affiliated to the company.
At long last, after having enjoyed this foundation all to myself I think I am ready to share my thoughts about it.
I purchased this late last year and it all started with me being fascinated about how flawless it looks on and then proceeding to satisfy my curiosity by checking it out at the counter. One thing led to the other and look at what we have here, a review!
The shade I use is 764 Medium Light Beige. The image above is a little too dark to be a good representation of my shade, there will be better reference images below.
The Smooth Fit Fluid Foundation is created so the everyday woman will be able to achieve a beautiful professional finish on her own. The product is designed to allow the skin to appear flawless yet still retain a natural look with a gliding formula that fits lightly on the skin.
The idea of it sounds very appealing, especially where they described that it fits lightly on. I believe that might be where they drew inspiration for the product name from.
After using this for a good amount of time, I'm actually very pleased to report that this product did not disappoint. That is through my own experiences of course.
The consistency of this foundation is along the runny side, that could be what makes it feel extremely light-weight on. As with most runnier foundations there will be a note to shake before use.
The above amount (and perhaps a tinsey pump more) is enough for me to use on my entire face.
I use a paddle brush to apply this but you may choose to use a sponge, fingers, stippling brush or really anything of your choice.
According to some "how-to" videos that Shu Uemura had put up, they recommend using a sponge to smooth the product on.
The end result in the video is pretty darn flawless but I'd say the paddle brush does a good job for me too.
I would rate this foundation's coverage at a medium start-out, buildable to a medium full. Though due to this product's runny nature you can also opt to go really sheer with it if coverage is not your concern.
Here's a half-face swatch of the product, from this you can see the coverage is good enough to take care of my concerns which would be uneven skintone and some milder spots/acne scars.
(click to enlarge)
Now, coverage aside, what really drew me into this foundation is... well it's claim!
With the foundation, it seems to have that Make Up For Ever HD effect where it's your skin, but better. I have noticed that with thinner foundations they typically don't do anything for pores and evening out the skin surface yet this foundation seems to lend a slight favor in not making the pores stand out so much and gives the skin surface an overall evened look.
I'm honestly not sure how it does it but here are some in-your-face close ups of my face.
The more prominent spots or pigmentations still peek out from under the foundation. You could build up the foundation on these areas or just go with the trusty ole concealer. I left it be because I wanted to take a photo with the foundation's prowress alone. Though I cheated for the undereyes... mark my words, no foundation alone can stand up to my undereye circles.
And a final shot after I set with the Lumiere Invisi-veil to round up the first part of this review.
And now the next part will be my findings on how it wears on me along with other bits of info.
This foundation comes to a satin-ny finish which helps it with the 'skin-like' quality, it's not quite a matte yet not luminescent enough to be dewy. As mentioned it feels very light-weight on while you are applying it and even after setting. It tends to feel this way throughout the day which makes it very comfortable to wear, especially in the crazy heat right now.
Oil Control It has a pretty decent oil control. Nothing to shout about yet nothing I would score it down for.
I can get away with about 4-5 hours of wear before I might need to blot. Some days I go for a whole working day without blotting (do this to my other foundies too because I don't get super oily) but I find blotting at the 4-5 hour mark makes it wear better.
Which brings me to the next point....
How it wears The wearability of this, again, falls in the decent category.
It's good enough that I can label it a work foundation and it will be able to last me through a whole work day just fine and look decent. If I were heading somewhere fancy, being paranoid, I will touchup. However if I had to run some quick errands after, how the foundation looks post-work is still good by my books.
However thats the working environment, with air conditioning and only breaking a sweat during lunch (or not even at all!). So as another point of judging, I wore this foundation out on a day where I trekked about doing chores and also purchasing my pair of roller blades. Me being eager to roller-blade, I didn't care to remove my makeup and just went with.
So here's the verdict.
So with this, you can see this is not a heavy duty long-wear foundation.
At the end of the super long day it's still got the skin-tone evening out going on but blemish-wise, this foundation might not save you then. It doesn't look half bad above but I must give some credit to my skin being in a good mood now.
I do love this foundation for the points I have mentioned above, it is a comfortable and light product suitable for an everday scenario. The finish of it gives a natural flawless look which I do adore, especially with it's baffling skills for making the skin surface seem more evened out despite it's fluid and light consistency. The only gripe for some would be the lack of SPF in the product but I do prefer that, which means I can use this as night and not fear for mask-face with flash photography.
However if you are looking for a long-wearing or full coverage foundation then this will not be the product for you. I cannot promise that it will wear as long on oilier skintones because I find that not blotting does tend to break the foundation down a little quicker. So if you have oily skin and intend to get this, remember to blot once your skin starts to feel shiny to prolong the wear of this.
I see myself reaching for this during the Chinese New Year visiting periods since I don't need an as thick/heavy foundation like Revlon Colorstay right now.
The Shu Uemura Smooth Fit Fluid Foundation retails for S$75 S$65 for 30ml (price reduced!)
A random p.s. but remember that boyfriend photo-bombing thing I talked about previously? Well.. incase you think it doesn't happen anymore, it still does!
I think I need to lock him somewhere when I'm taking shots for my blog.
Before anything, a 'Look Feature' is somewhat like a quick LOTD.
For LOTDs I normally try to show the 'full package' from an eye close up to a full faced look. A Look Feature on the other hand is a quick look at how some products like blushes, lipsticks wear with a full face. In a way it's a review/showcase for products of it's genre because I personally find it difficult to pin the word review on a blush, so.... just letting you all know!
It is also available in a pinkish shade, Fairy Pink which I do not own but here are swatches of both if you have missed it earlier.
The idea of the Creamy Dome Cheek is a glide-on cream product that blends very well to a powdery smooth finish (at least from my observation). It's meant to be a soft hint of color, very faint and 'airy' instead of a bold attention catching shade.
With that in mind, here are the cheek swatches. I started off using it like how you would a cream product, after liquid foundation and before setting.
Starting with gliding the product on (directly from the dome itself).
Once blended out, a very soft hint of orange flush remains. It kind of looks like how my cheeks flush after a short jog.
Even though I used a translucent powder, the blush effect does get muted after setting my liquid foundation.
In person it's a light hint of color but on camera it's barely there. If anything I would say you can choose to use the Creamy Dome Cheek as a base color and continue with using a normal powdered blush over. In any case that your powdered blush fades throughout the day, the cream cheek product will still stay on, keeping a light flush on your cheeks.
In my case I really wanted the color to show so I went ahead and used the Creamy Dome Cheek on top of my setting powder. Instead of gliding it on, this time around I used my fingers to dab the product and blend it on.
Still a fairly soft shade but that's the idea of this product.
After about 5 hours of wear, here's how it looks. (Foundation I have on is MUFE HD & Lumiere Invisiveil to set)
I think the best way to use this or the people who might appreciate it most would be those who don't bother with foundation be it if you don't fancy it or have good skin. This soft blush would be great to use directly on the skin for a quick natural flush and because of it's smooth powdery finish, there is no need to go that extra step to set it.
These days I don't bother using this under my setting powder and go straight to dabbing it over when I'm using it. While it's not the boldest of the bunch I appreciate a soft blush now and then when I want to keep my face more neutral yet not dead and blush-less.
The Celestial Garden collection is now available at Shu Uemura counters in Singapore and the Creamy Dome Cheek retails for S$39 for 8.5g of product.
And slightly off the Shu Uemura Creamy Dome Cheek feature but if anyone happens to be wondering, that blue-ish glint on my lids is the work of CLIO's Eye Love You Pencil in Night Navy.
I have taken a liking to tracing it lightly above and over the liner on my upper lid because it lends a nice touch to plain ole neutrals. It wears very well through the day too, no setting required.
Thanks for reading!
Disclosure: Products were provided to me for review consideration. I am not affiliated to them and all opinions expressed are my own.
Another item to add to my 'I've been bad' list though since Christmas is over, whatever happens from now till 1st January 2012 shouldn't count right?
I developed a lemming for this product after seeing Sophia's instagram pictures and lotd entries. It seems to wear very nicely and flawlessly on her so... with that I had to give this product a look.
I was under the impression that the Shu Uemura Smooth Fit Fluid Foundation wasn't available in Singapore yet so I did a double take when I glanced pass the Shu Uemura counter and saw this sitting amidst the foundations. According to the makeup artist it was brought in sometime this month so maybe it has been around?
He swatched it on my chin and nose and with that, I was sold. Say hi to the newest member of my liquid foundation family tree.
My matching shade is 764 Medium Light Beige and it looks lighter in person. Sun was going down when I snapped this.
It looked a little light when he first dabbed it on but after buffing, it blended seamlessly into the foundation I had on the rest of my face (Lancôme Teint Miracle).
I was out for about 4 hours after and the portion this was swatched on is still looked good so I'm excited to give it a full test drive tomorrow. If I like it enough I'll wear it over the New Year weekend, we'll see how it goes!
I'm actually excited to try this out because of how lightweight it feels and flawless it seems blended out. Of course this is all a conjecture on my part right now!
Backtracked through the last 2 pages of my blog and realized that it's been overrun by nail entries! Nothing wrong with that of course but here's more makeup to add to the mix.
I managed to get sneak peak of the Shu Uemura 2012 Spring Summer Collection. Titled Celestial Gardens, the collection draws it's inspiration from cheery and flowy pastel shades that color the Spring Summer fashion runways.
This collection contains:
3 Eyeshadow Trios
2 Creamy Dome Cheek
2 Gloss Unlimited
3 Rouge Unlimited Supreme Shine (lipstick)
1 Eye Crayon
1 Ultimate Natural Mascara
1 Angel Wink False Eyelash
I got to swatch and take a closer look at the products so here are some photos from the session and initial observations from my part.
Eyeshadow Trio (S$65 each)
The eyeshadow palettes come in vibrant shades that have 'SPRING!' written all over them. The casing itself is actually the refillable Shu Uemura palette fit for 2 shadows (or one glow-on) from their permanent range. The only exception is the limited edition design with gorgeous vine and floral graphics.
The eyeshadow pans here are slightly smaller then the normal ones which allows them to pack 3 shades in this compact case. The shades are preset (no swapping) and very aptly named to relate to the fresh Light, Air and Scent of Spring.
I feel a little sad to admit this but I am unable to properly capture the gorgeous-ness that is the first shade (extreme left) of each palette. The rest of the shadows are lovely too but what truly makes me go wow is how soft yet sparkly those first shades are. It's very... celestial!
Photos do not do these justice and I recommend swatching them in person to witness it for yourself. I personally love the Air palette and the sparkly blue shade had me literally voicing 'wow' once I swatched it.
Gloss Unlimited (S$39 each)
The glosses are available in a pink (Blooming Pink) and an orange-peach (Corona Orange) shade.
These glosses swatch on the sheerer side though seem to be high in the gloss-factor; they were probably going for natural glossy sheen-ed look with these. I didn't try them on my lips or get a lipswatch but I did receive one to bring home so I will update on how it wears.
From the swatch I don't notice anything too pow-wow to report.
Eye Crayon (S$34)
This product is a dual ended Eye Crayon that can be used as an eyeliner or a shading base product. I personally find it a lttle thick to simply draw on as a liner but to each their own. You could also try running a pencil brush over the edge as the crayon is rather creamy.
Creamy Dome Cheek (S$39)
Now this product, I think, is absolutely adorable and with very pretty results! It is available in a soft pink shade (Fairy Pink) and a peachy-red (Sunlight Peach) one.
These are dome shaped blushes that you simply glide on and blend out with your fingers afterwards.The result is an extremely light and gentle hue, like a hint of color on your cheeks but in a oh-so-natural way. I don't know if the model in the collection image is wearing this but I would like to think that is the effect it gives!
While the product is a cream, it's feels very light-weight and dries to a powdery smooth finish.
I ran my fingers over the swatch a little while after and did not feel that stick typical to a cream product; It was as smooth as running my fingers over powder!
I managed to receive this cute little dome as well (in Sunlight Peach) and absolutely cannot wait to use it. While it's cream, I am going to experiment and use it over my powder foundation. I know cream over powder is blasphemy but I feel like giving that theory a test with this creamy powdery texture.
Dolly Wink False Lash (S$41)
Last but not least, what is a Shu Uemura collection without introducing some gloriously arty lashes.
Dolly Wink is made up of individual clumps of lash hairs with holographic cellophane resting on the top. You can choose to wear these as lower lashes or upper ones, best around the outer corners for a wispy effect.
It's delicate looking without being too dramatic and gives the right amount of enchantment with the cellophane bits reflecting the light from all angles.
I realized I forgot to take a snapshot of the Ultimate Natural Mascara (oops~) but it is available for S$50 in Dark Brown.
So this wraps up the Celestial Garden collection, everything is Limited Edition except for the Rouge Unlimited Supreme Shine (not featured here). The only pity is that Singapore didn't receive the cute pastel nail polishes that were in the collection.
Celestial Garden is said to be available island-wide on January 2012 at all Shu Uemura counters/boutiques. There aren't any exclusivities to certain counters with this.
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