Sorry for lack of blogging recently. I'm dying soon with 2 term papers. Time flies! Two more weeks to go, I'll done with my first semester for graduate study. No matter how busy I am dealing with assignments and stress, I would never neglect my skin! Remember what I always call myself? A beauty warrior.
One of the beauty of online shopping is you still able to do shopping even when you don't have time to sleep or eat. Apparently, I bought some skincare products from Sasa.com in June. However, it turned out as an unpleasant process due to their lame online shopping system and slow response for customer service. I accidentally ordered one extra product and dying to cancel that order. Every time I attempted to contact them (in Hong Kong), the phone call will automatically transferred to voice mail and no one ever reply me. Another stupid thing is, they took their sweet time, one month, to approve my credit card (I'm holding HSBC credit card, a Hong Kong bank) until I reluctantly recall what I've bought.
I know, I should write a complain letter to them, maybe a suggestion letter to help them improve. But I do not have time to deal with all these hassle yet unwanted issues. Eventually, I have to shout I will NOT (dare to) place any order at Sasa.com in future since it requires more work than other online shopping companies.
Unfortunately, I forced to spend a total of US$ 89.60 at Sasa.com with a complimentary FREE bad customer service. Sigh... Let's see what I've got here.
Hisamitsu LIFECELLA Essence Sheet Mask (5 pieces)
B & C Ultraskin Make Up Base For Pores (Natural)
JUJU Cosmetics AQUAMOIST Vitamin C Toner (150 ml)
JUJU Cosmetics AQUAMOIST Vitamin C Cream (50 g)
Sadly, I got the same Chanel eye cream (US$ 44.40) that I initially bought from Strawberry.net! I wanted to cancel this product but the Sasa.com system didn't allow me to do so! Damn... Now I have two bloody costly Chanel eye creams with me.
Don't ask me how these products work for me. I only have time to buy but do not have time to try yet.
** Additional - products review **
Revlon Mineral Foundation, US$ 10.90.
Mineral foundation is on demand in United States. It is usually found in powder form. Basically, you just have to brush it all over your face. Very easy to wear I might say. You'll benefit from its numerous minerals and flawless texture in few seconds. This product provides a visible result as soon as you apply it but the brush attached in the foundation is too harsh.
Clinique UV-Response Body SPF 50, US$ 18.50.
I will rated this 7 out of 10. It's not the best sun screen product I have used but its oil-free formula leaves you a less greasy and smoother texture. Also, it is quite effective since I do not get any sunburn or suntan so far.
Ardell eye lashes, US$ 5.90.
If you want a dolly look with seductive eye lashes, this product suits you the most! It is definitely unsuitable for daily wear but you can use this on special events or party. An affordable tool to doll up yourself!