The first thing that comes to mind when you think of K-Beauty is often the oh-so-cute packaging. Yes, I know, it's a little bit cliché, and Korean beauty is not only about that but let's just admit it: Koreans are absolute masters in the creation of irresistible packagings. And the Etude House Glass Tinting Lips-talk lipsticks are a perfect example of this cuteness!
Beauty addicts know it all too well: when you go to Seoul, you go with (at least) one empty suitcase. It's physically impossible to leave without anything when you visit the new Mecca of cosmetics. There are beauty shops everywhere! So today, I wanted to share some of my favorite shopping beauty spots in Seoul with you. Enjoy the visit!
Like every year, I'm going to attempt and fail miserably at being a lifestyle/ travel blogger with a travel diary without any addresses or useful information to prepare your trip to Seoul! This post is basically just a ton of pictures. You really want to click to read it now, don't you? ;)
Can I still talk about the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette or is it too late? A few weeks ago, it was everywhere! But not necessarily for the best reasons: it was so controversial after its release...
Yes, another review of some The Ordinary products (see other previous articles)! Many of you seem interested in the brand, so I'm keeping my promise of reviewing all of the products I'm using from them. So today, let's focus on the two oils I've tried: Rose Hip Seed Oil and Marula Oil.
I love the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche lipsticks. As soon as I knew that a liquid version was released, I stalked them on the Sephora website and I bought some at the moment they launched (of course, I almost bought half of the range, showing some measure and restraint, as usual! ^^). So here is my review of the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified lipsticks!