I have a lot of the Tony Moly x Pokémon collection, but I couldn’t resist getting one of each of the sheet masks. They’re limited edition, but still available on Amazon.
I used the Charmander one recently. It took me for a while to actually use one because the packaging is so cute! The sheet mask itself unfortunately does not actually have a Charmander head (that would be funny though).
It had the pleasant citrus smell of grapefruit and did noticeably brighten up my skin right after. I haven’t tried the rest, but I’m looking forward to it as I follow this year’s resolution of using things up!
My cousin went to Japan and brought me back this Pikachu branded thing. At first I thought it was beans or something, but on closer inspection, I realized it was curry. I can’t actually read Japanese but the instructions were easy enough to find online after I figured out what it actually was.
Inside was the two packets of curry, and a Sharpedo card. I love that whenever you buy Pokémon branded things there is some sort of collectible.
I decided to add my own ingredients to the sauce. Little did I know was that it had it’s own tiny dehydrated vegetables that hydrated themselves as I cooked it. If you look carefully, there’s tiny carrots and onions.
The curry itself is sweet like most Japanese curries. I think it’s meant to be eaten just plain on rice, but that’s not much of a meal so I made it one!
Ever since I went to the Pin & Patch Show, I’ve been really into looking at pin artists online. One of these artists is @reallybigdill who has a lot of adorable Pokémon pin crossovers.
I couldn’t resist this adorable Pikachu Tamagotchi pin. I almost wish it was a real virtual pet!
Another addition to my Pokemon x Tonymoly collection is this adorable liquid blush. Like the cover cushion, it also has a Pokéball applicator. However, I prefer to use my fingers so that I don’t waste half the product on the sponge.
I bought the darkest colour, and don’t need too much for the effect. It has a light smell that is kind of like cherries. It’s buildable, so I can make myself a Pikachu if I really want.
I love how all these products have great packaging and actually work!
When I want light coverage lately, I’m loving my Pikachu Mini Cover Cushion. It goes on light to hide imperfections but makes it look like it is still my skin.
The packing is super cute. The cushion applicator is a Pokéball and the front is a smiling Pikachu.
The best products are both cute and functional!
Lip tints are really big in Asian beauty at the moment. They give you the adorable look of eating a coloured popsicle with a slight gradient. The method is to put it toward the center of your lip and blend outward.
This Pokémon one opens up like a nail polish and applies smoothly and isn’t sticky. It also has a decent staying power compared with lip glosses.
It also has the bonus of having Pikachu on the packaging so scores high for me on all areas!
I got this adorable Mimikyu stuffed animal on Aliexpress for $6! It turned out to be decent quality and looks just exactly like a Mimikyu.
Omg, I’ve been catching up on new Simpsons episodes over the weekend and I’m quite obsessed with the silliness of their Pokémon GO parody (which they call Peekimon Get). I can’t believe I didn’t know about it until now!
Check out a compilation of footage below:
I couldn’t resist this Psyduck nail polish from the Pokémon x Tony Moly collection. I don’t know if I can pull of yellow, but I will definitely try it once the final bits of shellac come of my nails.
I finally found some Pokémon x Tonymoly stuff at my local Korean grocery store (in the cosmetics section). I couldn’t resist this Pikachu eyeshadow.
The shadows are sparkly neutral browns. It’ll definitely be a frequently used palette as neutral colours are great for work and pretty much any occasion.
Here’s a quick photo with a blend of the first and third colour. The colours are very smooth and decent quality. I wasn’t expecting much more than the packaging but Tonymoly never disappoints!