NOTD, Seche Vite in Japan, and JAL lunches
- 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!