Beauty, Travel

Japan Beauty Haul

In every aspect of shopping, Japan always has the most innovative products, especially in the beauty department. Here’s my Japan Beauty Haul:


Maybelline Baby Lips Color || If you don’t know already, I used to have a huge obsession with Baby Lips. I’m not really sure why, but it just happened. Being in Japan and seeing all of these unique products brought me back to that time, so of course, I had to try one out. This is more of a lipstick than normal Baby Lips are. When I bought this, I didn’t realize how bright the product would actually be.

Majolica Majorca Puff de Cheek || of course before going on my trip I had to do some research so I turned to Essie Button on Youtube (I actually met her in NYC one time!). In her Japan haul, she mentioned this blush and I had to try it out because it was so cute. The product inside is actually a swirl design which makes it a unique looking blush.


Kanebo Evita Rose Whip Face Wash || One of the most popular skincare items that Japan is known for is this face wash. What makes it so unique is that it dispenses in the shape of a rose! The foaming face wash smells like roses and is a thick foam, meaning a little goes a long way.

Lululun Moisture Balance Sheet Mask || Almost all the stores that I went to had these masks so I figured I had to try it out. I’m not sure because I don’t read Japanese, but I think there are multiple face masks in this set. However, using Google translate I figured out it’s supposed to be a moisturizing mask. Recently I have been using a lot of wash off mask but I’m excited to try this soon.

Nivea Delicious Drop (peach & vanilla flavor) || out of all the products I bought this is definitely my favorite and most used. If you’ve ever been to Japan you know that they do peach right: peach water, peach lip balm, peach candy, you name it. This lip balm, in particular, smells amazing!

Nivea Bright Up Cherry Red || Nivea always has the best lip balms all around the world. When I was in London they had the best blueberry lip balm, which smells amazing. All of the convenient stores in Japan had these Bright Up lip balms so I had to try them. This lip balm is more like the traditional Baby Lips style, where it is slightly tinted.

Nivea Deep Moisture Honey Flavor || in the US the Nivea honey lip balm is one of my favorites. This one was actually for my friend, so I’m not sure exactly how it smells or how she likes it! But I’m guessing it’s amazing because Nivea always is!

Daiso Mask Shield || This is not your ordinary sheet mask. It is for those times where your sheet mask slips off your face and you need something to hold it in place.


Stitch Headband || Japan the cutest and most practical items that you will ever see. For example, these headbands that are super cute and also practical. This headband could be used for a plethora of situations such as when you are doing a face mask or doing your makeup. I got this at the Disney store and they had a bunch of other cute headbands!


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  • Joanne

    Dying to try that Baby Lips color, and the headband is adorable! Always love going shopping for Japan’s products (beauty and otherwise), the products are always so diverse, cute and inexpensive.
    You have a stunning blog, I love your content! (And that is a cool vlog!)
    It’d be great if we can follow each other on Bloglovin maybe? Do let me know! <3
    Have an awesome weekend. x

    Joanne | With Risa: A Lifestyle Blog

    • They have the best products all around!