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Let’s Go to AnimeNYC 2017

For the convention photo dump, click here. For the Aniplex Fate Cosplay meetup photo dump, click here.

If you spoke to me before mid-October about AnimeNYC you know I had NOTHING nice to say about it. I did think that the lack of advertising was because this was meant to be a “soft opening” of sorts, which is a good idea, but the show itself looked lacking and it seemed suspicious that most of the offerings weren’t announced until last minute. I think I called it something like “Sailormoon and Gundam con” because those were the main offerings. Not to say those things are bad, but using two of the most wildly popular franchises to cast the net felt like a cheap shot.

Ok, so all those words there, I ate them. The bulk of the announcements WERE late, but they did make for a very promising show. And that Artist Alley list blew my mind… alright, let’s get it!

The Stupid Plight of a Negative Nancy

Okay, so things go a little differently when your skepticism kicks in full gear. You may know what I’m talking about.

I got to the convention center a little after noon, with the show floor opening at 1pm. Crunchyroll had a line for Premium members to get a special badge and goodies, and the general info line was giving out CR bags with a clear file, lanyard, and inaugural pin – they just take your badge and draw an X on the back to show you claimed your goodies. I got my freebies since the Premium line was super long. But that left me holding 3 bags – backpack, wide swag bag with hard envelope inside for buying A3 prints, and the CR bag – so I started consolidating. I dropped the clear file and someone picked it up for me. Here’s the dunce part – I also dropped my con badge and lanyard and didn’t realize it.

So I got my bags straightened out and moved forward, to the Exhibition Hall entrance. I was close to the front, but everyone who waited in the queue hall got first entry. When they finally let our line start filing forward… “Badges out!”

Oh right. After they X’ed the back I didn’t put it on right away. So I reach into my bag, and my badge isn’t there. But I also don’t remember putting it there. Well, check for it. I moved to the side and checked the bag. The other bag. The OTHER bag, which was in the second bag. The bag pocket which I’m positive I never actually opened. My hoodie pockets. W-where is my badge…

Under rational circumstances:
“Oh no! I lost my badge. I’ll let a staffer know and see if they can replace it for me. After all, I do have the email receipt. I was one of the first to buy, in fact! Ha ha ho ho.”

Under my buckethead circumstances:
“Where the hell is it? I really don’t remember now. I can tell them, but what if they tell me that’s that, get out? I mean, it would be easy to just pass off a badge and pretend to lose it to get another for free. The checkpoint isn’t even at the door. If that happens, my whole weekend is a bust AND I lost my hvy blk lanyard I can never get replaced and [SYSTEM ERROR]”

Saying I walked back to the desk to ask about my lost badge is a stretch because I tensed up from panic which made it hard to walk at a normal pace, and I felt like I was going to either hurl or faint.

In the end? SOME BEAUTIFUL SAMARITAN PICKED IT UP AND TURNED IT IN AND IT WAS SITTING RIGHT ON THE DESK I JUST LEFT. Next time I’ll add a billion can badges to my lanyard so it makes a CLANG if it hits the floor.

…Ahem, on with the show…

First off, and I think everyone agrees. The bag check checkpoint system has to go. As it was, you checked your bag to enter the con floor and the artist alley. So basically, going back and forth without exiting the convention center at all, you had to keep opening your bag for a check. Time consuming, redundant, and silly. Not to mention, in the worst case scenario that someone entered the premises with a weapon or bomb, they have a huge gap between the front doors and the checkpoint to work that out with. Safety has to be done right.

What can totally stay? The all-gender bathrooms on the first floor. Yes I used it, yes everyone shared it, no it was not weird or creepy. Just a bunch of people who have to piss!

What I wish could change: the timing. I imagine the week before Thanksgiving is rough on people who usually travel for the holidays. And uh, it’s cold as hell in November here, and the Javits being next to the water doesn’t help. The dates are already settled for 2018 though, and I for one am going again.

The con clocked in at something like 21,000 unique people. I think people were expecting something closer to NYCC (which is near 200,000) but were pleasantly surprised anyway. The low numbers meant you could do any and everything. No line was unbearable, getting to do something merely meant taking the time to get there on time. This includes everything from panels and autographs, to arcade machines and bathrooms.

Speaking of. I was worried about the panel rooms being on the event floor but that worked out amazingly – even better than the usual panel rooms in 1A. 1A is on the lower level so many of the panel rooms have huge support posts that render the seats behind them useless if you actually want to see anything. The 3B panel rooms were able to utilize the entire space, and the staff was generous enough to let latecomers stand in the back as well.

As for the arcade machines, Tokyo Attack set up a mini arcade right on the show floor. I didn’t play any of the games but opted to watch instead. But honestly – New York’s arcade scene is nonexistent outside of Barcade, and they deal in more classic cabinets. Behind the arcade was a huge row of tables for tabletop gaming, but I left that alone.

Four of the Overwatch VAs appeared for signings and selfies – Charlet Chung (D.Va), Jonny Cruz (Lucio), Lucie Pohl (Mercy) and Gaku Space (Genji). D.Va had the longest line throughout the weekend. Hard work, talent, and memes are the real winning formula? But like I said, with the humble attendance numbers, there’s no way you went the whole weekend without getting the selfies/autographs of anyone you wanted, unless it was a limited/ticketed signing.

I’ve never been hugely fond of Kinokuniya for many reasons, and their horrible figure prices is one of them. Ahem…
So I didn’t bother hitting up their booth until late, which turned out to be a bad move, as they had a huge discount sale on some figures, and most were cleaned out by the time I checked. I saw a guy with the X’mas Selvaria and Juliana set – turns out he got it for $90, what a freaking steal. Well, I’m still cutting back on figures right now, so maybe that was for the best.

Aniplex Booth was busy with sales of mostly Fate goods, but they also had a Fate cosplay meetup which ended up taking up quite a chunk of time. So many Fate cosplayers, so many class arrangements. I don’t know, dammit! I just love Tamamo. Though, kudos to them for having a fan activity. A lot of the industry booths did their usual sales and/or giveaways. I didn’t bother claiming my free bag from the Crunchyroll booth because I already got one at NYCC, just sayin’ :p

I said before that there would be no figure companies present besides Bandai, but I stand corrected. TSUME of all groups showed up, but partnered with another booth/vendor, which is why they flew under the radar. They had some of their HQS for sale, and I think they moved all of the large ones… including that Nico Robin. They had her box sitting on a table and I can’t get over how huge it is. You could fit at least 6 cats in there. I dunno why that measurement came to mind but its true, fam.

And then, the Panels

I’ve been a fan of Sailormoon since ’92, but I never really followed the new dub. So I decided to leave the panel to the more hardcore Sailor Guardians in attendance. Later on I ran into some people who asked about my HVY BLK x Sailor shirt and they told me about the panel.

“Everyone who got in got a poster and a special coin! But they ran out of coins.”
“Oh, that’s cool though.”
“The whole entire cast was there!”
“Right?”
“And the original singer of the theme song was there and sang it for everyone!”
“Wait, WHAT?”

DALI sung the theme originally so I’m assuming they meant Ishida Yoko (since she was there for Anime Diva night) but damn, I would have liked to see THAT!

★ I went to the Aniplex Industry panel since they usually do some announcements and give away a ton of prizes. Well, the announcements barely moved the crowd, and at the very end they handed out something like three prizes. Wasted my time…

★ Did anyone go to the LeSean Thomas panel? I wanted to go and completely forgot. He was the first Guest of Honor announced and I honestly went “Who?” I also hadn’t heard of Children of Ether but the characters reminded me of my beloved Michiko to Hatchin. Turns out, same character designer. So I might have a tiny bias.
Instead, I went to the FGO Localization panel. I don’t deal in Fate *anything* so everything went over my head. I was just hoping to help in winning the raffle prize at the end (I did not). The host was quite hilarious though, probably best in show this year.

★ GOD DAMMIT I forgot to go to the MP100 panel. I wtached the sub but I wanted to hear the dub artists talk about the show anyway. But I was shopping/chatting with friends so it wasn’t like the time was wasted.

Our last Saturday panel was Nerds on Hip Hop. I had to make a quick stop & restroom break so I missed the first part of it, but it felt a lot like the panelists talking about the same things you hear in panels like this – personal experience with getting into anime, and the handful of series that prominently feature hip-hop. What I wish they did instead was talk more about Tephlon Funk – I thought it was just a comic but apparently it’s an animation too? That was a huge chance to promo to a room full of people, I wish they talked more about it!

Weekend commutes are a drag so I missed the Japanese Tea panel, but I did sit for the NYC Ramen Summit. At first the moderator did some reading from a paper about the history of ramen and I got worried on some “Oh Lord is this gonna be a history panel” jump, but thankfully it was not. Two things stood out to me though:
→ Someone in the audience asked why ramen is so cheap in Japan and so expensive here. “Because it’s ubiquitous.” True! Ramen is all over Japan like fast food is in the US, whereas as they discussed, it’s still relatively new here. STILL, when I first discovered ramen here it was $8-11 a bowl and fancy places like Ippudo were roughly $17 a bowl. Now I’m finding more and more ramen restaurants cropping up, but with menus in the $14-16 range. HMM. Ivan Ramen is included in that, lol.
→ Ivan Orkin mentioned that one of his rules of ramen is only Japanese ingredients, because a lot of people see Asia as a huge bubble where everything, including ingredients, is interchangeable. Someone came up to him after the panel and asked about this because I heard him responding into the mic… he didn’t mean that as an offense ;;; You can put whatever you want into ramen – I’ve seen ramen from Japan with buttered toast on top, come on – but it’s still good to have an understanding of it’s core ingredients and how they work, and even WHY they work. Lack of the core understanding of a dish would lead to things like pho made with spaghetti or japchae with rice noodles…

Danny Choo had an interesting panel, but between his soothing voice, accent, and the cold air in the room, I started yawning like crazy even though I was listening. And I was sitting in the middle rows straight ahead from him, I hope he didn’t see me ;;;
Basically, he spoke about some of the mindsets we are programmed with, and the key to success is thinking outside of the boxes we don’t always realize we’re in. I also noticed a lot of people nodding when he mentioned getting rid of excess possessions. I wonder if they’re past or future disciples of Konmari? The last part of the panel covered some upcoming SmartDoll news. I’m curious to see SDoll Mika Jougasaki in the future! My long term dream is to customize a SmartDoll into Sansei Muramasa, since the only doll of her is a silicon joke and doll companies in general don’t do dark skin.

Last panel for me was the Art of Wigs, out of huge curiosity. It was a very small turnout, but very informative and the small crowd made for easier audience participation, as people in the crowd also had styling and wearing suggestions. Bonus points to the panel hostess for having a wig she made for a Shinobu cosplay. Appealing to my love for No More Heroes is always a good move.

Crème de la crème

Alternate title: Let’s do some Wallet-Drying Exercises!

I don’t think I bought anything on the Exhibition floor besides a single dorayaki from the BentOn booth, but I threw down a ton of money and had a ball doing it.

The Artist Alley was fan-fucking-tastic!!

First off, it was held in the River Pavilion, which is so freaking ideal. Away from the traffic of the exhibit hall, the Pavilion is a T-shaped hall on an upper level filled with lovely natural light. Then, as cheesy as it sounds, the fact that so many talented artists came from all over the country AND the world to fill this space really melted my tiny metal heart. People have their varying opinions about the con’s offerings but everyone I’ve seen unanimously agrees that the AA was top tier. Thank you all for coming!!!

I would have bought way more if I hadn’t run through so much funds in the span of ~3 hours, plus return trips. So everyone has to come back next year and clean me out again. Promise?

From k009: charms and prints

When I got home I realized I got the wrong Osomatsu print, but it feels weird as fuck just thinking of coming back and going “Uh hi yesterday you gave me the wrong print” so I bought it the next day. LOL

From Kikistiel: Red Velvet’s Wendy print


We spent quite a few minutes bonding over Red Velvet with a bit of EXID. Russian Roulette is the song that got me into Red Velvet (and in turn, KPop, though I am still very green to the scene) so this print is special to me (heart)

From nemupan: Prints, cards, photos and a shirt


Everything she makes is so. Cute. I had to pick and choose before I went to shit. The shirt makes me miss my Pickles the Frog pillow and blankie (they got old/worn so I tossed them). I showed her how NYC does taiyaki ice cream… my dear, did you try it??

From milkbun: eNOMel Pins


I can feel it, I’m going to start slipping into enamel pin hell. Look how cute they are though…

From Dagneo: Prints

Every time I tried to get my hands on these prints, the shop closed for another convention. Well, my turn now ^^ the 707 art was my desktop wallpaper for a while.

From Gearous: Prints, cards


Everyone, EVERYONE, from my friends to randoms on the convention floor, were buzzing about Gearous! Would y’all have beaten me up if I didn’t get anything from them? Ehem, Gearous has really gorgeous eyes… I’m sorry if I stared a little ;;; Also we have the same birthday… ♡ ♡

From Shavostars: glow-in-the-dark pin


So back in the day me and my sketchy internet friends used to draw a lot and spend time on oekaki boards/p-chats. I remember Shavo from that time because her art was on point since then and I used to color her lineart from time to time (man, I miss doing color collabs a little). I feel proud now that she’s made a name for herself!

From Animusrhythm: prints, charms, lanyard


We all already know about my MysMe habits, but Catherine is another top favorite game of mine. Best boy and best girl? Ring me up, please!

From Jenovasilver: pins like crazy


Loving my new pins… the Game Grumps pins are actually a present for my brother, who used to tear up NYCC with me. He actually really loved the pins and was also wanting some in secret for his work uniform. I guess my big sister muscle still works.

From Yuumei: tapestry


I originally intended to just buy some prints, but when I saw the tapestry, welp. Still can’t get over how gorgeous it is.

And lastly,
From Tatouji: Prints and my first con commission!


I’ve loved Tatouji from afar for a while now, but I always missed out on her print sales so this was a golden chance for me. Plus, she mentioned commissions on Twitter, so after deliberating I decided to get 707 in his maid costume.

Stickers! The “LIES” makes me laugh LOL I love these!

It’s framed on my desk now and I can’t get over it. Super Love Love Love!!!!

Q: Why did you put that green bar over his face?
A: Because as of right now, the MysMe fandom is getting kind of wild in terms of fanart usage. Ahem.

Besides everything I got, there were all kinds of gorgeous apparel, prints, charms, badges, keychains, acrylic stamps, dakimakura covers, cushions, plushies and other delights. I really wish I could have had at even more of it…!

Bonus Segment: A fresh pair of eyes

I always talk about how I love New York. But to appreciate something fully, sometimes you need to get some outside perspectives to help build your own. And this past weekend, I got some from various people from around the country and world visiting NYC to help make our convention brighter.

With that said…

HOW DID I NOT KNOW THERE’S A LINE FRIENDS STORE IN TIMES SQUARE?!

Just beat me with the damn dunce cap. I kept seeing people here and there with LINE tote bags and thinking “oh damn, is that mail order or something?” I had no clue the store was there… granted, I don’t go to Times Square often, partly from lack of need and partly because I don’t need Scientologists trying to drag me away yet *again*. Still, after the convention ended I stopped at Disappointmentkuniya for a card sleeve book, then over to the LINE store for a quick peek.

That James sports jacket is fire.
That James jacket is also $180 BYE

I’ll be back to buy something from there in the future, when my wallet is ripe and lush again.

So, all in all? A great start, the two main points of improvement would be the security check system and fleshing out the Exhibition Hall a bit more. See you in 2018!

Let’s go to NYCC 2017

First off, a warm thank you to my friend who hooked me up with a badge again this year, and to everyone who hung out with me, I genuinely wouldn’t have had as good a time without y’all. xoxo!

Thursday

First thing’s first, getting right into the 2017 Figure Scene. For the full gallery of NYCC 2017 photos, hit up my flickr here.

Good Smile continued on their trend of lacking displays and leftover-filled sales menus.



Once upon a time one of their staffers told me anime figures don’t sell well at their booth so they started switching to their comic/game IP figures, but how you explain the current menu is beyond me. While in the past they’ve had amazing displays such as the entire Nendoroid family to date, the Guts and Griffith Max Factory statues, and the TMNT line, we’re now at the point where the cases aren’t even full  and not much is really a big debut/reveal.

While Kotobukiya remained at a standard half Western, half Eastern IP display, their booth was right across from WeLoveFine, who had their own GSC display/sale selection directly across from Koto. Bold?



A new challenger approaches: First 4 Figures, making their NYCC debut.


While their booth was small, most of their display was without glass casing which made it muuuuuch better for taking photos of their displays. However, looks like Alucard suffered for it? His hand WAS there at some point.

I hope next year they get a better booth space, but they’ll probably opt for cases too. (The mix of lights from inside/outside the case + sunlight from the front wall of the convention center can make a photo lighting nightmare at times).

Bandai had their usual “ton of figures” but rotating displays are the *other* photo nightmare.



Lastly, there was Pop Culture Shock and Sideshow Collectibles. PCS had their 1/3 scale Sagat + Thai Guardian Statues along with Ibuki and Dhalsim in 1/4 scale. They all looked great and beautifully detailed… but welp, I was so busy looking I forgot to snap photos.

Sideshow… had a lot of Star Wars on display, so their booth was under my interest radar. I’m sorry, I’ve tried but I just can’t get into Star Wars!!

Friday

Friday was the one and only figure related panel. Kotobukiya applied for one but was denied, not sure about GSC but I assumed they wouldn’t be having one. So we got… Banpresto, surprisingly. They held their World Figure Colosseum finals during the panel with Christopher Sabat (voice artist) and Vampy Bit Me (pro cosplayer, dressed as Android 18) as guest panelists. Six One Piece sculptors from around the globe went head to head, followed by six DBZ sculptors. The prizes were fan prize of $3000 (I missed the Banpresto booth so I didn’t get to vote) and grand prize of $10,000. Nice! Oda Eiichirou was one of the One Piece judges, double nice!

For the One Piece side, Fan choice went to Bruno Moss’ Shirahoshi.

Grand prize went to Yamaguchi Noriyuki’s Zoro.

DBZ prize went a little differently. Fan prize went to Varoq’s Trunks.

Grand prize… ALSO WENT TO VAROQ LOL. “(Party at) my house!”

Afterwards there was one more prize, although they never said if there was money involved. I wondered if they came up with it because Varoq won two prizes lol. Anyway, it went to Eric Sosa!

They gave everyone two blind box figures on the way in, and they had a raffle at the end for some of their yet-to-be-released color variants. I lost by one digit… but that means one of my friends won :) Bonus, he got it signed by Chris Sabat! Seeing as Chris will be at AnimeNYC doing signings for $25 a pop – my guy, you’re a bigger winner than we thought!

Saturday

I managed to get a hold of the elusive Jon Gray to hang out for a while. But in order to make myself available without having to ditch a panel in the middle, I missed out on the two (overlapping) panels I wanted to see – Titmouse (a staple for me) and one on styling wigs (this just interests me who has never worn a wig). I asked him for some advice with copic markers and he gave me some basic tips… so I bought some copics to experiment with.

I also bought the last D.Va jacket from the WeLoveFine booth, it wasn’t my size but they told me it runs in juniors sizes so going up 1-2 sizes is recommended. WELP, it was WAY too big for me and I ended up selling it after the con and buying the last one in my size for slightly more coin from a different authorized retailer. Ah well.

Sunday

Somehow for the past few years Sunday is more congested than Saturday?!
BUT ANYWAY… the time was spent strolling and making last minute splurges. I only went to one panel in the morning for IDW’s Sonic Town Hall. I gotta say for someone who has been a Sonic fan since his debut, and has been part of the fandom, and hell, I still have friends from my active time in the fandom…

SONIC FANS SUPER ANNOYING LOL

Q&A-type panels often annoy me since
– some questions can’t be answered due to legalities/spoilers/etc
– some questions can’t be answered because there (currently) is no answer
and once you weed those out, there is often not much left to ask.
…so you keep asking the same questions from the aforementioned categories, as if an answer will suddenly magically be given.
Add to that, noisy kids and parents not even trying to shut up said noisy kids.
The “Who’s Kenders?” bit was amazing though, A++. Everyone got a Tyson Hesse illustration flyer for attending!

When I got home I finally got to read the full news about Marvel. This was Marvel’s worst NYCC weekend ever since
– they canned their main panel in light of the Vegas massacre (which got swept under the rug anyway)
– they had to cut off their retailer panel early since some old men decided to go off on an anti-(everything) tirade
– and they last-second canned their plan to do a collab comic with a GUN MANUFACTURER

After that last one I thought, they’ll just throw out some new Black Panther teasers to get things flowing in their direction again. GUESS WHAT HAPPENED.

THE LOOT

From PulsArt Studios: Kawacy prints. I technically have the 13×9 version of 707 already (a gift from a dear friend) but… this is what being trash is all about. Got the matching Unknown print and the Youjo Senki print… I read some of the manga but it didn’t catch me, but I love Kawacy’s fanart of the series.

From Sure Thing Toys: Finally got my hands on Caster after Crunchyroll failed me royally. Also got Ichinose Futaba – couldn’t say no to that price!

From PandaHat: Yet another letter cap for my inappropriate hat collection
From PiQ: A Rilakkuma “Snacks and Naps” shirt
From WeLoveFine: the aforementioned way-too-big jacket

I always forget the name of this booth but I buy hair accessories from them every single year, they’re handmade by the family of the guy who owns the booth. The masks were from another cosplay/accessory booth.

From Jerry’s Artist Outlet: cheap copics and a book to practice in.

Pusheen Summer Box from CultureFly + bonus shirt. One of the items inside the box is a passport case, a gentle reminder that I can’t put off renewing my passport anymore. OTL

Freebies from VIZ booth, Banpresto panel, and IDW.

In upcoming events, AnimeNYC has finally posted their exhibitor list, Artist Alley list and panel list, and we’re looking MUCH better than anticipated all year. The Artist Alley has me most excited by far. The panel list is looking better than anticipated, while the exhibitor floor is looking like a mixed bag. No figure booths outside of Bandai for anyone wondering. Still, for a baby con it’s looking pretty good. I’ll be back with the scoop, of course!

I played myself: Cleansing Water

Gross and arguably infuriating fun fact: When I was in my teens I almost never washed my face properly, and yet I never had a bad acne breakout. At worst, I would get a single painful bump at a time, and my face is sort-of combination: instead of an oily T-zone, I just have an oily noise. A super oily nose that makes my oil absorbing papers clear like a bag once full of greasy hot fries, but I digress. A month or two I started having a breakout for the first time in my life, dark spots and all, and being spoiled by my good facial fortune all this time, I’m so upset! /spoiled

It seems my usual face wash isn’t cutting it anymore, so based on a mention in passing from a friend, I decided to try Innisfree. They’re gaining a lot of popularity and they’re inexpensive in comparison to some of these other brands so I figure why not. My second time in their shop (which is like an oasis on the north of Union Square) I was looking into two-step cleanse with salicylic acid to take care of these pesky bumps.

I told one of the kindly associates about my hunt for a two-step to take care of my bumps and she told me she was worried that the salicylic acid set might dry out my skin with daily use since my problem isn’t that bad. I don’t wear makeup, so she recommended this guy for step 1:

Innisfree Cleansing Water

I told her I’d think on it. I was definitely scoffing in my head though.

Dude.

Cleansing water???

I thought I had cleansing water in my house… what was the brand name… H20? It even comes in different temperatures…

fuckin’… CLEANSING WATER?

So what we got here… water salt and chemical? lolol

I was really going off in my head about the prospect of CLEANSING WATER. People really buy it? They only keep a few of each item on the shelf (which is a beautiful display, mind you, their whole store is laid like paradise) so I couldn’t really gauge if any of it sold or not.

I spoke to some other associates for their opinions, and in the end I walked out with a squeeze tube of salicylic acid mask, a new foam cleanser, and… that damn cleansing water.

The super nice guy ringing me up told me that he loves the water because it’s also a makeup remover as well, but I was too busy thinking “I really bought chemical salt water” for 2 and 2 to really click in my head.

Late that night. After finishing up Mob Psycho 100 I decided it’s time to clean my face before I reach the “too tired to do anything” point. So I grab the cotton pads, pump pump, wipe wipe wipe…

Dude?

That cotton pad came off so filthy you would think I didn’t wash my face every day
That cotton pad came off so filthy you would think I sleep on an unmopped floor instead of a clean pillowcase
That cotton pad came off so filthy I had to get a separate pad for the other side of my face, the first one looked too full of gunk on BOTH SIDES

NEVER AGAIN WILL I DOUBT THE CLEANSING WATER. But you skincare-savvy kids are rolling your eyes at me, so wait for it…

Completing the murder

So I tend to shoot the shit with my younger sister about various outrageous shit we see.

“Damn… you ever heard of cleansing water?”

“…You mean like Micellar?”

“Micellar… isn’t that those face wipes…?”

So all this time I’ve only seen Micellar in WIPE FORM and didn’t know it comes bottled and is technically, yes, cleansing water. Alright, now we can hyuk it up.

But how is it?

I’m far too green to give product reviews but I will say:

  • Face is much cleaner just after two days of using it
  • Smells gentle and nice
  • and makes my skin feel soft too
  • other products seem to be working better since using it (it’s only been a week though, so no long term results to report yet)

Will buy salt chemical water again for sure.