Major update: I recently came across a K-Beauty Site based in India that offers a wide range of products most of us didn’t know were easily available in our country. For that I have to thank you my readers, as one of you amazing people reached out to me asking me to review their website. So here I am, sharing my mini haul that I received from their their website.
Grace & Chloe is a mother and daughter team dedicated to helping you find your best you! We belive that true beauty is how you feel inside. And being beautiful comes from feeling beautiful.
At Grace & Chloe, we strive to discover the best Korean cosmetics and beauty trends. Our purpose is to make Korean cosmetic more accessible to Indian women. We thoughtfully curate the most innovative and trusted brands and are constantly updating our lines to bring you the latest trends.
We have scoured the market to find the latest must-have quality beauty products and trends from Korea and bring them to India, where you can get them at the click of a button!
Out of all the K-beauty sites from India that I’ve reviewed, Grace & Chloe offers the widest range of products, that too, at a very reasonable price. Can you imagine my joy on discovering that I wouldn’t have to worry about custom to order products from Skinfood, Etude House and most excitingly Missha. What’s more? You can not only get your hands on K-Beauty skincare staples but K-Beauty makeup as well. And I had to do a haul.
Here’s everything I got from their site:
- Skinfood Buckwheat Loose Powder in shade: Transparent Beige
Price: Rs 550 for 23 gms
- The Face Shop Designing Eye Brow Pencil:
Price: Rs 350
And I received two samples that will be in my makeup pouch saved for my next trip:
- Berrisom Timetex Revitalizing Gel Toner:
I’ve earlier used a CC cream from Berrisom and fell completely in love. Needless to say I have a high expectation from this product as well.
- Ogana Cell Tornado Cleanser:
So that’s everything that I got. The reviews will be up soon and I’m so excited to try them as I’ve always loved the Korean ‘Less is More’ concept when it comes to makeup.