Fact: I love trying new facial treatments. And I’ve been fortunate enough to form a collaborative relationship with medical concierge group Eunogo, who have given me a number of opportunities to experience the unique beauty treatments they have on offer here in Seoul (see here and here for my other experiences with Eunogo). I actually won the treatment I’m going to be reviewing today, at the Seoul Blogger Brunch, but as per, this does not affect my review. Read on for details of my hydrogen toning experience!
Okay, I admit it, I’ve become a bit of a toner addict. I don’t know how this happened (although I know why I love Korean toners), but it did, and my collection is now substantial. With the recent Seoul Blogger Brunch event, and the insane amount of swag we received, I added a few more to my ever growing toner family. One of those gifted was the famous Klairs Supple Face Preparation Toner that so many people have recommended to me. But did it live up to the hype?
UGHHHH I am buzzed about this product. I recently received this brand new Cosrx cushion at the Seoul Blogger Brunch and my excitement was REAL (it was a swag bag gift, and was not sponsored, but check out my Disclaimer for further details on gifted products). I’ve been obsessed with Cosrx for a good few years now. Their skincare is absolutely on point, and to see this makeup product was like a dream come true (yes I sound dramatic but real). Here is my review after a few weeks of use!
FYI this product is currently only available exclusively on Style Korea. It will be launching in Korea before the Chuseok holiday (first week of October), and on the global market by mid-October.
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The event was aimed at bringing together global influencers to network and learn about K-Beauty. To say it was a success would be an understatement…
Travelling is a bit of a ‘mare for skin, and I always used to break out after long journeys. I never realized how dehydrated skin becomes during flights, and over the past few years, I’ve really worked hard when I’m travelling to ensure my skin is taken care of. Enter this 8 Step Travel Jelly Mask that I’m Sorry For My Skin, recently sent me by the company. With my long-haul trip to the UK coming up when the product arrived (I went home for summer vacation), I knew it was the perfect time to test this cute little travel kit!
*This product was gifted to me by the company. This in no way affects my review, see my Disclaimer tab for more details on collaborations.
So first a little back story…Tiam are a company that I only became aware of a few months back, when I saw that they would be at the K Beauty Expo in Seoul in May, and I learned that they are little sister company of Cosrx. Needless to say I was intrigued, having been a huge fan of Cosrx for the past few years.
*This product was kindly gifted to me, but this does not affect my review in any way. See my disclaimer tab for more details of how I collaborate.
Usually when I have a new obsession, you guys hella know about it, because I don’t stop rabbiting on across my various channels (sorry about that…). But I haven’t widely talked about this one, for no particular reason apart from being a little lazy/busy with non-blog life recently. So let me introduce one of the sneakiest little gems that found it’s way into my skincare heart: the C200 Bubble Peeling Pad by Wish Formula.
This product was gifted to me by B2 Link for testing and feedback purposes for the company. This does not affect my review.
I love the Memebox stores here in Korea. They have a good variety of products to browse, and I love testing the Pony Effect makeup. But honestly, I rarely buy anything. I find lots of the products kinda pricey for what they are (I’m tight, but I’m saving money hard right now, so even tighter than usual!), there’s stuff I like but rarely things I just HAVE to purchase, and my experiences thus far with their products been fairly hit and miss. And the little haul I did this time was exactly the same…
I’m surprised I’m writing this review. I honestly didn’t think I’d get around to it, because for the first week of using the toner/essence, I was a little bored and unimpressed. Then two weeks went by, and I did a 180. SPOILER: that baby soft skin? Where did it come from?!
This product was provided to me by the company- as usual, this does not affect my opinions. See my Disclaimer tab for full details.
I’ve mentioned JSM Beauty pretty frequently on my Instagram and stories (most recently because of their exciting flagship store opening). They’re the beauty brand of world-renowned Korean makeup artist Jung Saem Mool, and they kindly sent me a selection of their best sellers which I was so excited about it (see my Disclaimer tab for my policies). As I wrote in my review of the Essential Star-cealer Foundation, I hugely admire Jung Saem Mool, and so my expectations have been high for all of her products. Today I’m going to be reviewing the Artist Contour Palette…let’s go!