Review: Omi Brotherhood Lip Dress

It’s been showering today and this is a perfect time to just stay in bed, cuddle with your sweetheart, fancy a cup of hot treats, and escape reality to bask yourself in some good books, yes? Wish I could do everything at once. But hey, I wanted to take some time to share a brief product review that may be of use especially for expats in Japan.

By chance, I got this one from Family Mart, one of the busiest convenience stores in Japan. Due to the reason that I can’t take my Tonymoly lip tint (which I wrote here) anywhere I go, hence I decided to buy one that I can just put in my pocket. This lip balm unmistakably caught my attention among the tempting others and I immediately wanted to try it. Why? You’ll find out in a jiffy.

omi brotherhood lip dress
Been using this for more than 2 months.

FEATURES

  1. Lip balm like a lipstick / SPF 12
  2. Color: Bright Red
  3. Shea butter and jojoba oil blended
  4. Scent of Chamomile / 3.5g
  5. Made in Japan
  6. Price: ¥430
omi brotherhood lip dress review
How long will it last? Long enough!

PROS

  1. cheap
  2. easy to apply
  3. handy
  4. color looks fine
  5. lips appear moisturized

CONS

  1. a bit strong scent
  2. Doesn’t last long.

I plainly have more likes than dislikes. That being said, I’d recommend this product. Will surely buy this again or the other colors. Furthermore, I did a little research about the company and found out about its good reputation. Would you believe that the company has been around since 1920? Besides, its vision to provide total skin care made me not regret for purchasing it.

Here’s what it looks like on an ordinary person..

pinay blogger in japan
By the looks of my right eyebrow, you can tell I’m not wearing any eye makeup. I’m not going to deny it! Kindly focus on the lip product’s appearance.

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