5 Best Beauty Sites to Get Your Cosmetics For Cheap

    Best Beauty Sites Cosmetics

    Online shopping is the in-thing now that COVID-19 has dominated our world. These 5 beauty sites offer competitive prices and attractive brands, and most importantly, they ship to Singapore. No need to worry if you can’t find a brand in local stockists anymore!


    With such a strong local presence, Sephora needs no introductions. Can you believe it’s already 13 years since the French beauty retailer set up their first store here? Their bi-annual sales have got people snaking through the store. Skip the hassle and go straight to their online store, where you’ll be able to get the benefits without any of the stress. Find classic brands as well as new and upcoming favourites here from all over the world here.


    This British beauty stocks some big brand names. It all about the brands here at LookFantastic. Favourites like Aesop, Pixi, and Omnipodes are some of the brands you might find here. If you’re a true skincare junkie and love trying new things their beauty subscription box is also popular, offering you the chance to try more for less!

    Cult Beauty

    Compared to LookFantastic, the stuff found at Cult Beauty are much more obscure. Instead of stocking entire brand ranges, Cult Beauty focuses on specific products with a, well, cult following. Find products such as Sunday Riley Good Genes All-in-One Lactic Acid TreatmentThe prices may seem more expensive, but hold up! It includes UK sales tax, which thankfully doesn’t apply to us.


    If you live and breathe Korean skincare products, Althea is where you’ll find them. This beauty site stocks up all the latest k-beauty trends, with both well-known and obscure brands. They ship direct from South Korea, so you’re guaranteed that all the products are authentic.


    While the user interface and overlook design of the site leave much to be desired, Strawberrynet offers a multitude of products at good prices. You’ll find tried-and-tested brands such as Clinique, Biotherm, Shiseido here, but way cheaper than at retail counters in Singapore.

    Here’s a tip for you — if the products are in a different currency, using a multi-currency card can help you save on those nasty conversion fees. Have you tried any of these beauty sites?

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