I don’t know this range at all, but am obsessed with how Japanese and Korean brands package their products. The Dodo range is a great example of my adage – put a bird on it (not literally a bird, but something – anything – that makes your packaging look more beautiful or more exciting than its competitors). It doesn’t seem to be a particularly expensive brand but just adding those flowers on the polish bottle would have me reaching for it because of how pretty it looks.
I have no clue what Tearball powder could possibly be – I’m guessing a similar thing to Guerlain Meteorites, but again, the packaging has made me look twice even though I have no clue what the product actually is.
Another mystery here.. but if you want shiny under-eyes, who knew? It doesn’t really matter what’s in it – it’s the packaging that’s calling my name.
As always, they had me at Hello!
Nosing round sites from other countries is always insightful and interesting and I spend a lot of time doing it. What do you think? Does packaging matter to you; do you buy with your eyes first and your head second? Would love to know.
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Could that powder box be any more beautiful?!
Love me some good packaging..I’m going to have to check this out soon. Wonderful post 🙂
Some of the Asian markets are heavily into what they call “kawaii”, meaning cute, aren’t they. I can’t say that packaging isn’t important to me, but if the product is crap, I don’t care how pretty it’s been wrapped up. Some of us don’t have the budget to waste on style with no substance. And I sound exactly like my mother ……
I love browsing Japanese and Korean beauty supplies and Ebay. They have the cutest products. I need to purchase some esp Korean makeup I have heard some great reviews.