Friday, October 31, 2008


The Snow Shimmer Brighter - $55
A highlighter composed of five pure and bright pastel shades that leave a radiant, shimmering finish.
• Instantly brightens up the complexion with a finish that can be applied for an all-over glow or to contour facial planes.
• Can be used on its own or over base makeup
• Packaged in a stylish black compact with its own brush and embossed with velvety snow flake motifs
• Comes with a bigger brush to give an even all over glow.

Colour: Shine Snow

The Snow Eye Palette - $55
A tri-colored eye palette provides the perfect snow crystal luminous expression.

• Eye colour that adheres closely to skin and lasts all day long.
• Packaged in a black compact with velvety snow flake motifs
Colours: #1 Romantic Snow (Pink) #2 Glam Snow (Blue)

Snow Crystal Shimmer Lip Gloss - $ 28
Make your lips look dramatically voluminous with an intensive sparkling glow with delicate and stylish snow inspired colours.
• Glides on softly and smoothly for easy application
• Highly moisturizing with a superb gloss
• Can be used on its own or dabbed over lipstick for extra shine and iridescent colour.
Colours: #N201 Beige Snow #SR201 Pink Snow

Start selling at Robinsons Raffles City from 21 Nov08.


Anonymous said...


i went to the counter today and happened to see this ''light diffusing'' powder.

what does it do for the face?

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Sorry have no idea which range of product you referring to? Since you're at the counter, should ask the counter girl! I don't work for Laneige & won't be able to know the whole ranges of products!

chrissie said...

hey Andy, which pressed powder would you recommend and which is the best way to apply it? with brush? or the sponge provided in the compact. thanks! keep blogging ;)

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Chrissie

I like those pressed powder with very fine texure! Most of the Japanese or Korean brands are as good!
I usually use pressed powder for touching up so will used the sponge to press on but some time I do use a flat brush to apply under the eyes & t-zone area as high light!

Anonymous said...


Can you pls recommand me some good concelar(i got slight eye-bags, dark circle and will tend to pop a few pimples.)? Thanks! Your makeup blog is really good btw!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...


For concealer can try CANMAKE colour stick or Naris Bihadashi eye zone brightener. Can get both products at Stardust-John Little plaza sin or John little Marina Sq.

Anonymous said...


Thanks for replying to my concelar question. Can you please recommend me a good blusher brush as well? My current brush hair tend to fall out after a few wash using FANCL makeup puff cleaner. Or is it tt I wash my brush e wrong way? Sorry for the question bugs!
I'll be looking forward to your reply.

Cheers & regards,

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Chantel

Regarding about washing makeup brushes - I always soak them in a tub with a gentle conditioning hair shampoo for few hours to let the dirt/powder come off by it self. Rinse with water & tower dry than leave it dry naturally(may take over night or days!)
Never over rubbing the brushes as this may cause the hair to come off. Or even some cheap brushes may not be lasting in quilaty(I guess??) I prefer those brushes made from Japan which have better quilaty but expensive as well...:P
Shiseido,Ipsa,Bobbi Brown have quite good brushes!
For cheaper one you may be able to find some not too bad one from SaSa.

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