Where To Get Beauty Tools Mentioned In Guest Post


Hello everyone!

Quite a number of people have asked in the comments and emailed me where to get the items I raved about in my Guest Post in Karen’s So I thought I’d just do a quick post here to share where to get these wonderful beauty tools.

Epistick Facial Hair Remover

In Singapore: Small little shops in Bugis Street

Get from Amazon

This is exactly the same one that I have.

Mascara Guard

In Singapore: Small little shops in Bugis Street and SASA

Get from Amazon, Doll To Doll Cosmetics

I couldn’t find the exact one in Amazon but this would work fine too. There’s a nice curve at the edge that will fit the contour of the eye. The only difference from mine is that with this, when you apply mascara to the top lashes, you have to flip it upside down. Otherwise there’s no difference in functionality. Definitely a must-have to avoid ruining your makeup with mascara!

Here’s one from Tweezerman. It’s slightly cheaper but a lot bulkier.

Get from Amazon


Hair Fringe Velcro

In Singapore: Small little shops in Bugis Street and SASA

Get from Amazon

Gosh Amazon sells it for so much cheaper! Singapore sells it for SGD6.00 per pair and Amazon sells it for USD3.99 for THREE PAIRS! They also come in cute ribbon shapes. So people will say “Hey, nice ribbon!” instead of “What’s that THING on your hair?!” like I often get. Lol.

Get from Amazon


Double Eyelid Tape

In Singapore: Watsons, Guardian, SASA, any store that sells daily necessities

Get from Amazon

Double eyelid tape is readily available almost everywhere. This one comes with a little stick for those with monolids or weak double eyelids to find where they want their crease to be. Very useful.


Grease Pencil as “Picker-Upper” for Nail Art

In Singapore: Popular bookstore or any arts and craft store

Get from Amazon

USD2 for 2 grease pencils. Awesome!


So, tell us! Which awesome beauty tools are you getting?


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About Bun Bun

Hello! My name is Juli and Bun Bun is my alter-ego. I blog to share my love for makeup, how to apply it, and what works or what doesn’t work, all from an Asian perspective.

My first makeup product was a shimmery light blue lipstick which I proudly wore all over my eyelids and lips. It cost $2.50, felt like $250, and made me feel like a million bucks.

Throughout this blog you will see Bun Bun in different poses.

Instead of using numbers (3/5, 4/5) or alphabets (B+, A+) to rate products, I put Bun Bun in different positions and expressions to represent the rating given to the product after a review.

In Bun-O-Meter, the first on the list would mean a 5/5 rating and the last one a 1/5 rating.

You can always refer to the sidebar any time you don’t understand what Bun Bun’s pose means.

I hope you enjoy reading my makeup and beauty posts as much as I did writing them.

Talk to you soon! =)


Juli & Bun Bun

  • Fruity Lashes

    I love the idea of the hair remover and picker upper!

    • Bun Bun

      Hello Fruity Lashes! Yup, no more painful waxing and no more messed up manicures!

  • beckie

    Wonderful! Thank you for posting this info! I am so happy to have discovered your blog.
    *placing amazon order now*

    • Bun Bun

      Hope you will get to enjoy the wonderful beauty tools soon! I’m excited for you!