So, I have to admit that my Korean Beauty Haul didn’t end at all things lips. I have another package waiting for me at the post office with a £30 customs charge on it so whatever it is (I really can’t remember) is just going to have to stay there! I’m pleased as anything with A’Pieu Whipping Mousse Blush.
This is totally the right kind of popping coral shade that I like to wear – and it’s silky smooth on the skin as well. There’s plenty of pigment so a little goes a very long way.
This is the Chosungah22 Mascara that I’ve been dying to try for a while now – I love it. I know the ball thing isn’t anything particularly new, but you don’t come across it all that often and it is good at winkling into those inner corner lashes that can be hard to get to.Korean Beauty Haul Part 2
I was making up words yesterday for black that’s blacker than black – we came up with Blaquer – and this would definitely qualify for that. Super, super dark.
The Hera Make Up Fixing Spray is interesting… I was sent a L’Oreal Paris fixing spray a few days ago and I can’t tell them apart. What’s noticable is the spray liquid is white in both of them, and not really fine enough to go on as a mist exactly. I cannot say that it kept my make up on all that much longer than usual, but it could be that I was a bit disinclined to squirt my face any more and didn’t use enough.
In the main picture are the samples that came with my order. Very generous and a few interesting bits and bobs. Beauty world is totally on the Korean trail right now – you might have noticed that beauty brands are sampling as standard these days. Korean brands have done this for ever, so it’s not just Korean design and innovation we’re emulating, but also their sales techniques.
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