Sephora.com really needs a wish list feature…or even a recommendation one. Let’s not get too technical thought, a wish list to start with is fine by me!
Sadly, it’s not available as of yet on their website but maybe in the future. Until that time you can download and install the Amazon.com Wish List Plugin which allows you to use your Amazon Wish List on any retail site!
This cool plugin allows you to add a little “Amazon” Icon to your browser which when clicked adds items to your Amazon Wish List. It can be used on any retail site across the web so you can compile lists for all your favorite sites including Sephora.com
I labeled my new wish list “Beauty Wants” and simply click the Amazon button to add items onto the list.
Until Sephora adds in a wish list feature, this is the next best thing! Get the plugin at Amazon.com
Note: I wasn’t taking Sephora’s Gift Registry into consideration with this post. I found it easier to use Amazon’s plugin since I spend so much time on the site! Sephora does allow you add items to your shopping cart and to keep them there however if you’re checking out and have a large cart you have to remove those items if you are not planning to buy them so this isn’t really a solution for a wish list.
Haul all your favorites at Imomoko.com today at 20% Off!
My Beauty Diary, Skin79, Face Q, and Missha are all on sale! Take 20% off your total order using promo code FALLFIS up until October 7th.
P.S. Imomoko now carries Cure Aqua Gel for $34.
The discontinuation of Maybelline Dream Mousse Concealer was possibly the stupidest decision the brand ever made.
This was solid gold HG (holy grail) concealer and available at the drugstore of all places. I can’t even begin to rant enough about the fact that Maybelline thought it was a great idea to dice it from their catalog. I just wanna know why?!
Either way I loved it and it’s gone and many of you loved it as well.
Which is why I wanted to let you know I’m noticing a huge flow of Dream Mousse Concealers popping up on Evil-bay the past two weeks. I dunno why, I dunno how but I’m not going to look a gift horse in the month. I’m seeing two pot lots for as little as $8 with Free Shipping, that’s a steal!
Hope this helps some poor soul who’s busy missing this most beloved concealer!
Ahhh a common question here on Musings!
Where do I buy Asian Cosmetics? Where do I buy Japanese Cosmetics? Where can I buy Korean Cosmetics?
Best place to start?
There are any number of great stores online to shop for goodies but one of my biggest recs has to go to Imomoko simply because it’s so reliable and carries and range of cosmetics, skincare, and general goodies from all over Asia. Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc…you name it and they probably carry it.
They have a rotating inventory with new stock that comes in weekly, they offer free shipping with a minimal purchase, and they are extremely reliable. Whenever I order I get my products within 2-4 days via Priority Mail and they ship products out same day or next day at the latest. That’s another good thing about the E-shop, not having to wait for airmail or pay for expensive airmail shopping charges as the store is domestic, not international.
Imomoko carries popular Japanese brands like Lunasol, Majolica Majorca, Kose, etc…and brands from Taiwan as well like the popular My Beauty Diary Face Mask Collection.
Pricing varies as some products are very inexpensive and close to Asian retail where as other products are a bit higher up compared to what you’d pay in say Japan.
The shop doesn’t have a ton of Korean products but I noticed they recently started adding in products from Etude House!
Overall, I’ve always had a great shopping experience with the store and since I get alot of questions asking what a reliable source for Asian Beauty is I thought I’d recommend it.
It’s a good place to start if you’re new to the Asian Beauty scene!
Shop it at imomoko.com
If you’ve used to the store before do share your experiences with it!
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Imomoko.
Do you shop Indie?
Indie shops are a celebration in creativity. Most of them are owned by a single person who basically puts their heart into creating either makeup, bath and body products, or skincare just for the joy of doing so, this would be the thing that makes Indie shops so very special. But let’s not forget in many cases Indie products are extremely unique and inexpensive!
Here’s Five of my Fav Indie Shops.