These were not the brushes used in the event, but I think this is more or less a duplicate set of what was actually used in the demo. I am eyeing that blush brush because it’s double sided and the puff part is now my favorite blush brush shape! Between this and the triangle kind of blush brush, I prefer this.
And here, I just took more photos of Eau Micellaire because I was so amused with it. I thought that only Bifesta and Bioderma had such products, but turns out Lancome also has its own take! And yeahhh, as I type this now, I now remember that L’Oreal (the mother company of Lancome) also has a L’Oreal brand micelle solution. L’Oreal truly has its own technology for coming up with its own version of micelle solution.
This one is scented, so I think that if you are bored with its unscented competitors, you can give this a try. It’s more or less okay on the skin, no friction problems I think, but will probably not be as effective as Bifesta’s when it boils down to makeup removal itself. I also tried to use this to wipe off glittery eyeshadows off my arm, and a lot of the microglitters did not come with it. As a gentle cleanser though, I think this does the job.
You can bring this in your bag in the bottle itself or dispense it in another for a quick refreshment to the face. Instead of toner, this is also sometimes a better way to get oil away from the skin because sometimes alcohol based toners are too dehydrating that the skin just retaliates by producing even more oil than there was before.