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Hi! Here's a short post on saving some money :P . As we all know, SG sells stuff that are pretty much overpriced as compared to other countries. Even if you get it off blogshops, they're still not at their best price. Here's some recommendations on where you should get hot selling products right now. *no defamation of anywhere intended!

1. Dollywink products

Currently, the website (not gonna mention names!) that sells Dollywink's new eyebrow pencil cheapest is $16.50. But you can get it on at just $10.50SGD!!! Of course, that meant that you'll have to wait for awhile for the shipping and all but you save $6!

Also, the new Dollywink Otona series lashes are sold in SG's Watsons for $24.90, the same price as their previous collection. On, its... $17SGD!!!

The catch here is that there's shipping fees. Just grab a few girlfriends and buy together! The best way of saving money hahahahahaha

2. Korean cosmetics/skincare products

 I get my Korean cosmetics from as they are all reasonably priced and the service is super awesome!!! Also, the owner gives samples and best of all, you can actually tell her your skin type and she'll give accordingly, or even request for a certain type of product e.g. BB cream and she'll try her best to give that sort of sample to you! Love love love them. Do also like their Facebook page (here) for an additional $2 off on your first purchase!

Also, check out cos they have A LOT of Korean cosmetics!!!!!!!!!

3. Counter brands e.g. Anna Sui, Estee Lauder etc!!! Its so much cheaper there!

4. Hankook Cosmetics (Ossion, Ekanava etc)

Awesome discounts on their website now!! Although they're available at certain BHG in SG, they offer free registered mail and awesome discounts when you buy it online!!! Remember to log in with username + password "fennimisu" to enjoy extra 30% off!

Also, Hankook Cosmetics will be having FREE workshops on their products, and they're gonna begin with anti-aging skincare products from the Time Curator line! Get to try it before you buy it! Simply check out the fb event page here!

Hope you'll find it helpful!


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