Hey guys! Long time no see! No excuses, let's just get right into it :)
So last week, there was a free shipping offer on SASA with any order over $29US. I was waiting for this time because I wasn't going to spend $75 in order for me to get free shipping. I ended up spending just under $50.
Shipping time was really awesome! It was my first time ordering from SASA and I knew they were shipping from Hong Kong, so I thought it would take about 2 weeks. But it came under a week from when they delivered it to my house! So impressed :) And it was all packed in a box with lots of those puff balls inside.
Ordered: 16th May
Posted out: 19th May
Delivered: 25th May
I will probably do a review on all of them...but not all at once. In time, haha.
Cettua Silky and Clear Nose Strip - $2.40
I got these because I heard about it on twitter and they're just for your blackheads on your nose. Apparently they're super sticky, but I haven't tried it yet, since I don't have much blackheads on my nose at the moment because I just used the Biore one last week, and wow guys, that stuff works. So amazed but disgusted at the same time, at all the gunk on my nose.
Koji Eyelash Curler No. 70 - $4.90
There's so many different number types of the Koji eyelash curler but I chose No. 70 because it was the most average sized one and would fit most normal eye shapes. So far, so good. I'm so horrible at curling my lashes, I feel like I never get to the "base" of my eyelashes enough to let them have the "curl" they need, but with this curler I'm able to get there without pinching my eyes and getting teary. Plus, it's $4.50. LIKE SERIOUSLY GUYS, as if I was gonna pass that one up!
I was going to get the Shu Uemura eyelash curler but it was sold out :(
Gi & Gary Professional Eyelashes (10 pairs, Light black) - $14.50
I'm always on the lookout for natural looking lashes that I can easily adapt to everyday wearing. Not that I do wear fake lashes all the time (I hardly ever wear them, seriously) but I have come to buying so many lashes that the boxes are stacked up in my room and I have no idea when I'm ever going to wear them all.
So I thought I'd give these a go, the comments told me they were very natural and my, they ARE natural! I wore them out today and they're so light and easily manageable. I highly recommend these if you're scared of wearing lashes out because you feel they're "too much". These aren't.
Essential Rich Premier Ultra Honey Hair Mask - $9.60
Another recommendation on twitter, I thought I'd try this hair mask out. To be honest, I've never tried any hair treatments at all, my hair does get dry at the ends sometimes, but I just ignore it LOL. Reading the reviews on SASA, it promises to "smooth" and "moisturise". I'll definitely report back on this and let you guys know!
K-Palette Real Lasting Eyeliner 24H Waterproof - $14.10
My Dollywink liquid eyeliner pen was beginning to run out, I think, because it wasn't as pigmented as I first used it and the "ink" wasn't transferring to the tip properly, which resulted in me using the side of the tip to draw my eyeliner on. So I thought I'd try it's competitor, the K-Palette liquid eyeliner. So far, so good. Pigmentation is good, tip is finer than Dollywink, which results in better accuracy when drawing it on your eye and it doesn't smudge!
I didn't get any Beauty Diary masks, which is what people usually get from SASA, but I'm not a face mask kind of person. I originally only wanted the eyelash curler but you know...stuff happens and next thing you know you're cart is full of things that you insist you need . Ah, online shopping.
What else do you guys buy from SASA? I'm always curious about Asian cosmetics and skin care and all that, but I honestly have no clue where to start. I rely on people's reviews and recommendations, so please, let me know! :)