I’ll be honest and say that it wasn’t until recently that I even considered using a separate product to remove my eye makeup. A couple of years ago my routine consisted of one cleanser (quick, rough swipes… eek!) and slapping on whatever moisturizer was cheapest at the drug store.
My, how times have changed.
Now that my makeup stash has been growing and I’ve been enjoying playing with new looks and products, I needed something more to remove my makeup. I’ll admit, I bought this product solely because it wasn’t very expensive. I hadn’t seen too many reviews and really just wanted to throw one in my virtual shopping cart and be done.
I’ve been hauling again. The joys of a new job! 😉
The reality is that this haul was a combination of need (I’m running out of a few things), pleasure (who doesn’t love a good haul?!), and winning some Paypal money from a giveaway.
This isn’t the first time I’ve used Beautynet Korea. I ordered one item from them a few weeks ago, just to test the waters. I had a pleasant experience so I decided to buy a larger order this time around. If you haven’t seen my “Where to Buy Your Korean Cosmetics” post yet, then please do. Not only do I list this website as a reliable place to find your fix, but there are many other websites and/or stores that you can go. Beautynet Korea is run by f2plus1, an experienced, reliable Ebay seller. I’ve bought from them many times, but just recently made the move to their actual website. I’ll cover why soon. 😉