Jolse.com had some very good offers - if you buy for $20 you get a nose pack. If you buy for $50, you get those plus free registered shipping and a sheet mask as well. If you buy more than two products, you get six samples and a blotting paper pack. Moreover, the prices of Korean beauty products were different on different websites and some of the items on my wishlist were priced lowest on Jolse, so I went in for the kill.
My box arrived today and inside were products from Korean beauty giants including:
1. Holika Holika Magic Pole Mascara
2. Holika Holika Baby Silk Foot Mask Sheet
3. Tony Moly Hello Bunny Perfume Bar
4. Etude House Rich Butter Foot Mask
5. Mizon Special Therapy Good Night Sleeping Mask
6. Missha Glitter Nail Polish
7. Missha Glitter Nail Polish
here) and nothing else has come close, not even Le Volume de Chanel or Inimitable Intense. So I thought I'd try the Holika Holika Magic Pole Mascara once the Lancome runs dry, especially because the wand is round and it promises doll-eye effects.
I really liked everything about Jolse.com (nope, not PR) and will definitely shop from them again.
Before I get into the stamping nail art tutorial in detail this weekend, I'll quickly share yet another fabulous international beauty box I discovered, in my next post.