I can’t quite explain why, but I’ve always had a preference for stuff that’s a little uncommon or simply hard to get in my area. Asian beauty stuff is just one of those things that can make me all starry-eyed and add stuff to my shopping cart without thinking twice. It’s just all too freaking cute! That’s basically what happened when I decided to give Sasa.com a go.
Sasa is an online beauty retailer based in Hong Kong that also has stores throughout East-Asia. They tons of both Asian and Western make-up, skin, hair and body care. You could easily lose half a day browsing this shop. I somehow managed to narrow the contents of my cart to this:
My Beauty Diary sheet masks (15 +2 free ones) — Remassy Hair Removal Puff — Bioman blackhead
nose mask — Oxy 5 Regular Strength — Dariya Pink Velcro Bow fringe holder
For my first Sasa purchase I went for a blogger’s cult product, which is the box of My Beauty Diary sheet masks and basically everything else is just impulse buys. I’ve already started to use some things, so if you’d like to know more about a certain product let me know in the comments and I’ll put a review up online asap!
In case you’d like to give it a try as well: Sasa always gives discounts on certain products and when they offer free shipping it’s time to do your Asian beauty shopping! It does take a while to get here though, I think it took about 3 weeks for this package to arrive and then I still had to pay some customs fees (about €13 for a package worth about € 35). I probably don’t have to tell you I wasn’t too happy about that. They have products in all price ranges, so don’t let it hold you back in case you want to try something. Sasa is one of the cheapest places to look for Asian cosmetics that ships worldwide (if you leave out Ebay) and without doubt I’ll be back for more sooner or later.
Juju Cosmetics Aquamoist cleanser — Tony Moly peach hand cream — Konjac sponge charcoal
(for oily and acne prone skin) — Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bar — Belle Madame strawberry
hair curlers — Essential Nuance Airy Hair Mask — Fairy Drops mascara
Have you bought anything from Sasa before , have you visited one of their stores
or do you know some good places to shop for Asian cosmetics?