Foaming it up in my bathroom
It’s mid-week and the weather gods decided to be kind to Japan and temperatures are a cool 23 – 26 degrees Celsius. Woo-hoo! No more sweating buckets. Maybe because I’m from Singapore, I sweat a lot more than a regular person ^_^ I could use my new Lolita Lempicka fragrance without feeling uncomfortable.
Just a reminder that there’s a mini giveaway happenin’ right here: one Kose Clearturn White Royal Jelly Essence Mask to be won! Deadline is end of September so do go on over to see if you could be a lucky winner.
Today I’m going to talk about foam nets. What is a foam net?
Cosmeddicted did a tutorial on how to use a foam net and her glowing words inspired me to try it out.
Since my women’s magazine days, I’ve always known that using just the foam to wash your face is a gentler way to get clean. You could foam up your facial wash on your own but it takes a while to get to that super fluffy creamy lather stage.
In comes the Japanese foam net — it lathers up in TWO seconds. I swear. It did cross my mind that I’ll be adding one more step to my daily beauty routine but it truly doesn’t feel like it.
I’ve used this four times already and I like the way my skin doesn’t feel tight after washing. Hail to the foam net!
Here’s a step-by-step pictorial of how to use a foam net…
I checked the instructions to see what has to be done…
Whipped out my HG facial cleanser…
Squeezed a small amount onto the net and ran some water onto it.
I rubbed the net on the spot where my facial cleanser was.
It foamed like this almost immediately! After I got enough foam, I squeezed the net with my hand and slid it downwards — lotsa foam!
The foam net comes with a ring that you can use to hang it up in your bathroom.
Isn’t this just so cool?!
This cost me only 745JPY (USD8.70) and now I’m a foam net convert.
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