Pink Seoul is a newcomer on the K-beauty subscription box scene. Intrigued by some of their distinguishing features (which I’ll get into below), we accepted a box to review courtesy of Pink Seoul. Was I Seoul-ed or do I still need to Pink about it?
What Makes Pink Seoul Different from Other K-Beauty Subscription Boxes?
Pink Seoul offers 3 types of subscription boxes: the regular box is $39.95 every 2 months, the Plus box is recommended for ages 35+ and $49.95 every 2 months, and the Mask box is $29.95 monthly. Read more about the differences here. Free shipping to all 50 states, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands; extra for other destinations. Use code FRIENDS10 for 10% off your first box. Continue reading “Seoulmates? Pink Seoul K-beauty Subscription Box Review”
I went BANANAS when I saw this at the Peach & Lily sample sale for freaking $5. It’s usually $35 at Urban Outfitters but it was on its way to being discontinued, I assume. You can no longer find it at UO but KoreaDepart still sells it. Such a steal at 5 bucks for 300mL which is (10 ounces) of face gel moisturizer! Or is it?
Continue reading “Ape Hit – Mizon King to the Kong No. 1 King’s Berry Aqua Step-Up Cream 300mL”
One of the random swags I grabbed from the Peach and Lily Sample Sale this week is an Asian country staple: whitening body cream. I guess when I was in Vegas dealing with Angela’s ultra bright paleness, the Asian-from-Asia part of me felt shamed that I was the shade of many poor maids.True story, my auntie in Hong Kong looked at me up and down and asked “You’re not poor, why are you so dark?”. People tan in the West Auntie!
Fine, Angela, I’ll show you:
Continue reading “White on Time – Mizon Crystal Miracle Body Cream Whitening Brightening Moisturizing Milky”
Korean cosmetic brand Mizon has expanded their line of invertebrate-extract skin care by coming up with the Returning Starfish mask (and cream which I will review later, of course). Why the poor starfish? The ability of starfish to regenerate lost body parts means that there is something in their stem cells that is magical. But if rubbing this on ourselves actually worked like we wanted it to, I’m sure people who lost limbs and stuff would befriend lots more sea creatures.
I am a fan of snail extract and basically the extract of all plump gelatinous liquid-filled creatures because they don’t seem to have too many skin problems and can totally heal their own wounds with goo.
But this “returning starfish” sheet mask is just dumb. It’s in the shape of a starfish so you put it on your face as if you were attacked by an alien face hugger:
Continue reading “What the Fish? Mizon Returning Starfish Biomask”