Due to meet a friend for dinner, I left home hours earlier in a bid to run some errands. After getting things done, I dropped by Etude House's new outlet. Just like its Korean counterparts, Missha & TheFaceShop, the brand has been sprouting new stores here, there, everywhere! The Koreans know when to "strike while the kettle is hot." Ehh.
I'm hoping Nature Republic doesn't follow suit, speaking of which, I'm keen to try their skincare products. Any suggestions?
Anyway, I walked into the store, knowing what I want to get. But after some coaxing from the SA, I picked up an extra item in order to gain a lifetime membership. But after making my payment, she went to serve another customer. I waited by the counter and even prompted her & her superior but no one bothered to serve me. You can be sure that I will never purchase anything from there again!
Originally I had intended to get the Magic Enzyme Pack Peeling, but with its milky consistency as shown by the shitty SA, it takes patience to exfoliate. Whereas the Magic Bubble Peeling comes in a form of a creamy mousse that takes little effort to exfoliate dead skin. Unbiasedly, I like it.
Other purchases: Dual Fibre Cheek Brush & Oblique Shading Brush
Over-the-top pink angelic pen. Humph, angelic my foot!
O2 White Toner/Lotion samples
Mineral BB Cream sample
I also picked up a superduber kawaii Japanese memopad & a scheduler☆
On a side note. I will no longer be doing swaps. Okay, that's up to individual assessments. The ones I have done thus far have been kind of a mess. I sent specially-picked skincare & makeup products and these people just -mysteriously- disappeared! I'm not running a charity drive here, people! F!@#$%^&*
I'll be attending the Elizabeth Arden's 100 Anniversary tea party this afternoon. There is a preview of the brand's upcoming products, so more on that later!
Have a nice weekend, everyone!