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Whether it is skincare products or makeup, we cannot do without them in our daily routine. But what beauty brands and retailers do most of us can’t live without? Here are the top five favourites of Yahoo Singapore readers.
Founded in 2004 in Singapore, Browhaus is the first and only concept store in Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries to specialise in brow and lash grooming services. The name is a wordplay on Bauhaus, the German artistic movement characterised by an abstract and geometric design.
Browhaus offers an effective range of specially formulated pre- and post-treatment care products to target various brow and lash concerns. It has also ventured into producing a makeup range and face care products.
The Body Shop is often the go-to store when you need exquisite gifts that suit people from all walks of life. With a wide range of products that cover face care, body care, hair care, fragrance and makeup, it’s no surprise The Body Shop is among the top five favourite beauty brands.
Thanks to all the Korean dramas that have witty product placements, Korean beauty products are on the rise together with the popularity of K-dramas. Among all the Korean brands, Innisfree seems to be the most popular.
Powered by the finest ingredients from Korea's pristine Jeju Island, Innisfree has got you covered, literally, from head to toe. Some of their best sellers include the Green Tea Seed Serum and the Black Tea Youth Enhancing Ampoule.
Kiehl’s may have started as a single pharmacy in New York City more than a century ago. But it has found international fame as a luxury cosmetics brand under L’Oréal. The best part? It offers products for all skin types, which is good news for people with sensitive skin!
Blessed with the crown is none other than Sephora, the French multinational retailer of personal care and beauty products. Although Sephora does offer products under its own private label, it also features hundreds of other beauty brands, such as Clinique, Estée Lauder, and SK-II, making it difficult not to take the top spot.
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