NOTD, Seche Vite in Japan, and JAL lunches

Random tidbits…

– Here is a NOTD with a very cheap local nail polish.  I think this was about $1.50.

A very pretty peach-orange micro glitter.  This was 3 coats.

– While in Japan, I found the coveted Seche Vite top coat. If you are looking for it in Japan, you can find it at the Plaza!  It’s about 2000 yen ($25), though.

– I also found Essie, OPI, and Orly there. They were also about 2000 yen.  Yep, $25 for an Essie Nail Polish.

– JAL (Japan Airlines) has stepped up their meals for flights from Japan to China.  I usually get obento (boxed lunches) like the one shown below.

 The teeny portions are very Japanese style.  You get two bites of everything!
The rice is in a separate container.
If you can read Japanese or Chinese, here are the contents.
I like these obentos so much better, with a light, fresh taste.  The flights from China to Japan still serve the sweet, cloying random-meat-in-sauce. Still, I like food in Japanese airlines better than most of the other airlines I’ve flown.
Hope you enjoyed this random post!
xoxo, K
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20 Thoughts on “NOTD, Seche Vite in Japan, and JAL lunches

  1. Your nails look so posh! I sort of remembered my little brother with this post. He’s been in studying Japan for almost a year now and I miss him a lot!

    And that boxed lunch is something i’d be having second thoughts on if i should eat it or keep it as a souvenir. it’s so nice and colorful to be gobbled up!

  2. Miss Beauty Addict Anonymous on February 12, 2011 at 09:06 said:

    Lovely colour! I love it 🙂

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  3. $25 for Essie?! *faints* <3 your NOTD =D

    (Yes, please do! I’d love to hear from someone that’s been doing this mask for a while)

  4. That nail color is really pretty! OMG $25.00 for Seche Vite?!! I can get it for so much cheaper if you ever need more.

    The obento is so pretty! I’d probably choose that to eat too.

  5. wow,that much for a essie? expensive much? D: the nail polish looks good eventhough its cheap! 😀

  6. cosmeddicted on February 12, 2011 at 19:50 said:

    I’m sure you miss your brother. Why not go visit him?

    The obento wasn’t as good as the normal obentos I eat, but it was still pretty good compared to normal airplane food!

  7. cosmeddicted on February 12, 2011 at 19:50 said:

    Thanks! I’ll take a look!

  8. cosmeddicted on February 12, 2011 at 19:51 said:

    Yes, I’ve started taking pictures for the mask!

  9. cosmeddicted on February 12, 2011 at 19:51 said:

    How much is the Seche Vite in the US? I’m bummed that I forgot to pick it up in Hawaii!

  10. cosmeddicted on February 12, 2011 at 19:52 said:

    Imported things are often very expensive!

  11. I’ve never seen such pretty looking food from the airplanee!!

    Why are the polishes soo expensiveee!?! D=

    If you ever need anything, let me knoww!!

  12. yuriko2168 on February 13, 2011 at 11:56 said:





  13. I love airplane food. And I took the time to practice reading Chinese.

    Your nails are lovely. I need me some glitter.

  14. oh wow all the nail polishes in Japan are so expensive like double or triple the price. scary! the bento box is so cute. i like pickled daiko.

  15. cosmeddicted on February 14, 2011 at 06:20 said:

    Polishes are probably expensive since they are imported, plus they are “hazardous”, like you can’t send them in regular mail.

  16. cosmeddicted on February 14, 2011 at 06:21 said:


  17. cosmeddicted on February 14, 2011 at 06:21 said:

    This glitter is surprisingly easy to take off!

  18. cosmeddicted on February 14, 2011 at 06:21 said:

    I like pickled daikon as well!

  19. a very pretty polish at a awesome price!

  20. cosmeddicted on February 15, 2011 at 22:27 said:


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