Friday, 26 November 2010

New Love - TSUBAKI!

Sponsored Review


TADA! Tsubaki is finally in stores here in Singapore, officially!!!!!

Advised Retail Price (Shinning Range):Shampoo 220ml - $8.90
Conditioner 220ml - $8.90
Shampoo 550ml - $17.90
Conditioner 550ml - $17.90
Intensive Hair Mask 200g - $19.90

If you're thinking like...

"Oh~ Shops like P*nk Be*uty etc etc also got sell what... And they have been selling them for quite a few years already."

"Aiyo~ I bought from P*nk Be*uty and tried it before. Nothing special (or something along that line)"

"What?! So expensive?! At P*nk Be*uty it's only how-much-how-much..."

...yada yada and what-so-ever goes on...

FIRST! Yes I also know that those shops that sells much reasonablily priced stuff do sell Tsubaki and I myself actually wanted to buy and try, too!

BUT! Those Tsubaki products sold there are all Made in China.
Only those sold at Watsons are Made in Japan!

So yup! I know nowadays almost every single thing is Made in China but seriously, there IS a difference within original Japan products!

THIRD! Of course everyone... 一分钱一分货. I'm sure you know what I mean...
And it's totally worth your money babes!

Edit: Sorry but I forgot to add this in last night.
Tsubaki shampoo is not only a shampoo for your hair but also for your scalp!
Yes~ By right everyone should get a proper shampoo especially for your scalp.

E.g. Just because your hair is oily, that does not mean that your scalp is oily. So you'll need a scalp shampoo to wash it seperately for airy roots.

But Tsubaki washes your scalp all together! Airy airy roots~ lalalalala

See my lovely hair after just 2-3 weeks use!

Well, if you do not know, I have super dry AND damaged hair thanks to dying and styling of hair. My hair condition got even worst ever since I bleached my hair in July this year, like I said many times before.

If you don't believe you can check out my "before" hair in the N.E.mation post here.

I even got comment from a reader who said that I'm black hearted with super dry hair.

*Until now I still do not understand why on earth does super dry hair and photoshopped photos make me black hearted and deserve my neighbour's house to be on fire! Gosh~ My neighbour died okay~!*

Ok. I shall not go onto that. Back to lovely awesome Tsubaki!

Admiring my hair!!!

NOTE that I washed my hair the night before not that very morning the photos were taken.
And it's still so beautiful!!!

Early this month when I went down to Shiseido office to meet Stella when she let me know more info on Tsubaki, both Shinning and Damage Care (which I'll be reviewing on a later date), I was a little in doubt of the results especially for the Shinning range.

I heard super good reviews which is why I know of many people who carries lots of Tsubaki product back whenever they go Japan like my stepmom and Ying Jia!

*LOL. Ying Jia was complaining to me the other day that she felt so silly carrying so much Tsubaki products back when it's available at Watsons now!*

But for my super damaged hair that has not shined for the past half a year after bleaching...
(except whenever I go to Artica to get my hair done cos Juno is SUPER GOOD! *LOVES*
I want his magic hands!!! Lol)

I'm amazed by the results!!!
Note! I did not photoshop this photo above so tha it seems more shinning or what-so-ever at all other than I blurred the background and of course added the words!

And everybody should know that thee's this brand of hair product that always talk about how important the last 15cm of your hair is etc etc...

See how the ends of my hair looks like!

Seriously, it was WAAAY worst than this before

Tsubaki not only wanna take care of your ends especially but starting from your roots! Seriously, like what's the point of having smooth ends but your roots are already damaged?

Trust me, I experience that.
Hair at roots area CAN be damaged, too!

Really love the shampoo as not only does it make my lifeless hair shine, make it soft and smooth (that I can't stop playing with my hair at office),

Loves the great floral scent

I'm one person that practically never wear my hair straight out not tied up nor style or what-so-ever because I find it so ordinary and one more thing is because my hair is dry and frizzy

*Loving my new Strut dress from my boyfriend!*

This was only possible because Shiseido brought in The Fabulous Tsubaki to Singapore!!!

This is a review and NOT an advertorial oh!
Although yes the shampoo and stuff are sponsored by Shiseido but it's not a MUST for me to blog about it.
I blogged this post cos I really really love this awesome product and wanna share with everyone of YOU!

And yes, you can grab your very own Tsubaki products from Watsons!
And remember only Tsubaki at Watsons are Made in Japan!

Shall start using the Damage Care range soon! Wahahaha~!


  1. Tks for sharing ♪( ´▽`) You looked great on the dress. Liked the color, very vibrant !!!

  2. Hi, then what is your take on Ichikami?
    Have you tried it before? Which is better in your opinion?
    Btw, your post made me wanna try Tsubaki too >_<

  3. i LOVE the tsubaki line :3

    i actually reviewed them on youtube ( you should try the damaged care. it's sooo amazing.

  4. Sherylへ
    Thank you! (^^)

    Sorry but I have I have not tried Ichikami before.. So i can't give you my comments on it.
    Try it! It really is amazing!

    Yeah yeah~! It's time to start using my Damage Care products!!!

  5. hihi, wanna ask you, if we've colored hair and overall look fizzy, dry, you recommend Damage Care line or Shinning line for Tsubaki? o_O

  6. Anonymousへ
    Well, I have not tried the damage care yet...
    Probably if your hair is really damaged, you should try the damage care first?
    If it's just dry, I guess shinning will be just fine. =)

  7. Hi, what bottom eyelash did you use in this post? (: thanks

  8. Wow! Seems really great. I was looking for a hair shining shampoo. Will try it soon.

  9. Anonymousへ
    It's a mixture of Diamond Lash Violet #4 & #5.



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