Sorry about the late post. The photo uploader stopped working on my original browser (Mozilla Firefox) so I had to download Google Chrome.
I had my half yearly exams a week ago and spent my holidays studying hard for it so I didn't get to blog. I hope this post makes up for it.
Without further ado, here is the last part of my beauty Hong Kong haul!
*ColourMix and SASA are both popular chain beauty stores found in Hong Kong. They are the equivalent to Sephora and Priceline!
*The prices are all estimations from the void in my memory. I completely forgot the prices so I had to make do with what I remembered.
Pond's Cold Cream purchased for HK$35 from Mannings. If you were to purchase this online, the price would exceed $30 so this was an absolute steal and I just had to try a beauty classic.
Majolica Marjoca Lash Expander Edge Meister Mascara from SASA for HK$128
My current favourite eyeshadow palette! The Kanebo KATE Gradical Eyes which was purchased in SASA for HK$90
The famous Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF 50+ Sunblock! I saw this in several Asian hauls and heard that it performs really well so I just had to snatch it!
My first ever highlighter, the Canmake highlighter in 01 Milky White purchased at SASA for HK $85. I tried searching for on their website but it was not shown.
SASATINNIE Scent of Rose Oil Blotting Paper HK $10
JUJU Cosmetics AquaMoist Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Lotion purchased at SASA for HK$128. I intially wanted to buy the Hadalabo one, but it was not available at that SASA. It was such a shame because I saw it in a Colour Mix store I visited on the same day for a cheaper price.
I'm sure people who are interested in Korean beauty now about this. This is the popular Nature Republic Aloe Vera 92% Soothing Gel which can be multi-functional! You can use this as a mask, soothing gel, while shaving and after sun exposure. Purchased at ColourMix
It took me 4 tries to effectively use the Koji Eyetalk Glue. It definitely works well, even on my natural double eyelids. It costed HK$68 at SASA
And the last product is the EOS lipbalm. When I saw this for HK$33 at Colourmix, I just had to get it. It costs around $10 for me to get my hands on this lip balm in Australia! With all the hype, I was expecting a great product but the EOS Lemon Drop SPF 15 Lip Balm definitely did not live up to the hype. I do not recommend this to anybody with dry lips. It hardly nourishes and I find myself reapplying it over and over again.
I hope everybody is doing well!
Until next time, annyeong~