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    Saw the ad for this while flipping througe Biteki and Voce. Meant to be an airbrush foundation system. Anyone knows more about this? Is it out in Singapore yet?

    http://www.sk2.com/jp/non-member/pro..._s041_12.jhtml
    Last edited by nicole; 12-12-2003, 04:25 PM.

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    i didnt see that when i went tangs today. The tangs counter was revamped until so posh that it looks like selling branded watches now

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    • #3
      Nope. It's been out for awhile in Japan, but not available outside of Japan as yet, AFAIK. I saw in the latest VOCE that they've now come out with blusher, bronzer and highlighter cartridges (3 in all), so that you can "airbrush" them on too.

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      • #4
        I've been eyeing the foundation for a very long time. However, it never reached our shores. And now that Sarsh said that there are cartridges for blush .. Mmmm...

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        • #5
          interesting. but so expensive! 20,000 yen for the spray and cartridge....
          Last edited by babyflite; 22-08-2003, 11:41 PM.

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          • #6
            Airbrush!!! I do airbrush on my blythes but on face? INTERESTING!!!

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            • #7
              Silly me... thought it's a spray mist when I saw this on Biteiki. Wonder how this compares with the ERA spray foundation. I love the one from ERA. Now, I want to try this too. :roll:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dimples
                Silly me... thought it's a spray mist when I saw this on Biteiki. Wonder how this compares with the ERA spray foundation. I love the one from ERA. Now, I want to try this too. :roll:
                If you're referring to the SKII one, it is a spray mist thingy. Not really airbrushing. I imagine that compressors and airbrushes can be found at hobby shops, but I haven't actually looked.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by saresha
                  If you're referring to the SKII one, it is a spray mist thingy. Not really airbrushing. I imagine that compressors and airbrushes can be found at hobby shops, but I haven't actually looked.
                  Sarsh, being so crazy over foundations, I don't understand why we didn't do this earlier.

                  I would love to go explore art shops with you when the mood/need arises. :wheee:

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kare2711 I would love to go explore art shops with you when the mood/need arises.
                    Oh but I want to!! I have no idea where to start though, being not in the least craft-y.

                    Lovedust: where'd you get your airbrush?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by saresha
                      Oh but I want to!! I have no idea where to start though, being not in the least craft-y.

                      Lovedust: where'd you get your airbrush?

                      ArtFriend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! At bras basah or Lasalle SIA.

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                      • #12
                        Re: SK-II Signs Treatment Foundation

                        SKII is having a promotion for members. U just need to bring ur old compact powder or Foundation to any SKII counter, then u can use it to exchange a Powder Sign Treatment Sample size. I just got mine on last Sat.
                        Last edited by Glossie; 21-10-2004, 11:05 AM.

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                        • #13
                          I tried the sample at the counter and the foundation sank into the fine lines on the back of my hand. It was already kinda dry in the pot :roll:

                          I didnt like this. I thought Vincent Longo was way better.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Re: SK-II Signs Treatment Foundation

                            Originally posted by Shon
                            SKII is having a promotion for members. U just need to bring ur old compact powder or Foundation to any SKII counter, then u can use it to exchange a Powder Sign Treatment Sample size. I just got mine on last Sat.
                            Is the promo still happening??

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                            • #15
                              Re: Re: Re: SK-II Signs Treatment Foundation

                              Originally posted by teiko
                              Is the promo still happening??
                              I think it is while stock last. u can call any SKII counter to check whether they still have the stock. Or else u can go to Malaysia.

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