Make Up Wishlist!

We all have things that we lust after despite having a large collection. Here are mine. All prices listed in SGD. Affliate links denoted with a *


  1. Eccentric Cosmetics Long Wear Primer, $11, sample also available, $3. Very wallet friendly price, very good reviews. I will support indie brands where I can.
  2. NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl, $37. The red lipstick of my dreams, forever eluding me because I bought it twice and lost it both times. Matte, long lasting, eye-searingly red.
  3. Besame Cosmetics Lipstick in Red Velvet, $27. Channeling my inner Agent Carter and vintage pin up girl. Supposedly super long wearing and absolutely beautiful.
  4. Besame Cosmetics Vanilla Brightening Face Powder, $27. It smells like vanilla, DO I NEED TO SAY MORE? I do have enough powder for like the next 5 years though 😦
  5. Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation, shade 213, $80. Very expensive, but very olive, and appears to be the perfect NC20 olive foundation that I’ve been searching for.



  1. Banila Co Miss Flower & Mr Honey Essence Oil*, $27.50. Idk about the efficacy of this, frankly. Most reviews I have seen just said that it feels and smells awesome and is quite nourishing. I guess $27.50 is not too bad to spend on 30mls of an essence/oil like that.
  2. OST C20 Original Pure Vitamin C Serum*, $17. Yes, this is a VITAMIN C SERUM for $17!!! No more crazy expensive stupid Skinceuticals for $100++. I know that some chemists have weighed in on some problematic aspects of the formulation of this, but many people appeared to have good results and I’m willing to give it a shot. Bad thing is that it can only be used around 3 months before oxidizing, which means $68 a year purely on Vitamin C. Noooooo.
  3. CosRX Ultimate Moisturizing Honey Overnight Mask*, $16. Seriously, in Singapore, it’s not easy to find a great moisturizer for under $20. I think even the Olay and Loreal ones are more than that, which makes this one from CosRX all the more attractive. Put some propolis on your face!
  4. CosRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask*, $16. Frankly I take months to use up 50ml of moisturizer, so I only need one of the two, but this also has very good reviews.
  5. Careprost, ~$20. Everybody wants incredibly long and luscious lashes, right? This is supposedly the generic version of $200 Latisse. I’m just wondering how much money I’m willing to spend a year on long eyelashes. Is 1 bottle enough to last me 3 months, which makes the yearly cost $80?

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