7 Insanely Cute Korean Beauty Products to Try
You gotta hand it to Korean cosmetics for having high quality beauty products. But quality does not have to equate to serious-looking packaging. They can even be mistaken as toys! Here are some of the Korean beauty products that you just want to show off or put on display.
Etude House's Missing U Hand Creams provide light moisturizing to the hands with four animal characters to choose from and their scent:panda (peach), harp seal (green tea), penguin (baby powder), and pink dolphin (peony).
If you prefer the packaging to "speak louder than words", Tony Moly and The Face Shop have a line of fruit-based hand creams. Not only are they shaped to the fruit but also smell strikingly similar to the actual fruit. The most popular is the peach hand cream.Other milder scents are apple and lemon.
Blush and Highlighter
If you prefer to be surprised when you open the product, Banila Co.'s Multi Ball Powder has it for you. Just glide a blush brush onto the outer layer for the blush and finish it with the inner layer as the highlighter.
Have a trip down memory lane as Shara-Shara's Secret Magic Lipstick reminds you of the color-changing lipstick that was the craze back in the '70s. This Korean product offers five shades that match most skintones.
For those with a sweet tooth, Holika Holika's Dessert Time Lip Balm offers their product in vibrant cupcake variants but with no risk for cavities. Bestseller is the Chocolate Cupcake which smells much like the real thing that you might actually crave for one!
Cinderella would be having a hard time fitting into these as VDL's Festival Nails are packaged in the shape of a shoe. It also comes in the shape of lips.
The products above guarantee conversational starters and even fast friends. Whether you buy them because of the actual contents rather than the packaging, these Korean beauty products are a good conversational starter and an eye-catcher!
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