Review of Singaporean Cosmetics and Makeups
Us girls love cosmetics and makeups. I bet all of us have their own pressed powder, blush on, lipsticks, lipgloss and a lot more. As for me, I have a lot of cosmetics on my makeup shelf. From eyeshadow to lipsticks. I even have different brand and shades of lipsticks. Some are branded, local and other are those singaporean make ups.
I am writing this article review to tackle up the singaporean makeups. From its name itself, these make ups came from Singapore. These Singaporean makeups are more cheaper than those branded that came from US. There are a lot of Singaporean makeups here in the Philippines and most of the online sellers are selling these cosmetics.
On its quality, I have already used pressed powder, lipsticks and mascara and they are hypo-allergenic. I didn't have any rashes after I used the pressed powder. Great thing for me, I don't need to spend a lot of money to buy a lot of make ups for me. Since there are these singaporean make ups that were a replica of those branded ones and yet they still have the same effect and they can't give you some allergies or rashes.
Some of the brand are Mac, Revlon, Clinique and Benefit. But I used Mac and Benefit only. I love Benefit Cosmetics. Especially those that were already a set. Unfortunately, the not so good thing about this, they don't last long. The makeups just stay for about 5-8 hours while the lipsticks will stay 3-5 hours only and depends if you eat. Sometimes the lipsticks will be erased when you eat.
Besides makeups, there are also Singaporean Perfumes. From Victorias Secret to Lacoste and Paris Hilton. Same as the makeups, these perfumes are also much cheaper than those originals. You can buy a Victoria's Secret perfume for only $5 while those lacoste perfumes are only $7-$10. The scents are exactly the same as the originals. And the scents stays long too.
Thought these makeups and perfumes are cheaper than those original ones. Don't use them without checking your skin first if you have allergies or not. You can try it on your hand first and wait for a couple of minutes. If your skin starts to itch, then the makeup is not suitable for your skin. Better yet use the original ones or the makeups that is suitable to your skin than to have skin allergies because of these.