Bangkok is basically the shopping hub for all things nifty and cutesy! Most of the makeup options were from Korean beauty brands (and you guys know that I love myself some Kbeauty goodies!) but there were some fire products native to Thailand.
Let's dive into all things Beauty in Bangkok.
First stop: Terminal 3
I visited the Terminal 3 mall and the Siam Paragon mall. While I didn’t buy anything from Terminal 3, the whole layout was breathtaking. Each floor was decorated like a different famous city from across the globe. Siam mall is where the REAL shopping spree happened though.
Next Stop: Siam Mall
Here are details of some of the shops I visited at Siam mall:
Eve and Boy: This was essentially the Thai version of Sephora. They housed a lot of famous Western brands like MAC, Estee Lauder, and Clinique. They had a wide range of products, including skincare, makeup, and haircare. Their dedicated mask zone was undoubtedly the best part of the store because it was basically an endless display of sheet masks!
Beautrium: This place was K-beauty heaven. It housed brands famous Korean brands like Missha and the Faceshop. I also discovered a new brand named Mistine, which, according to the store help there, is the best-selling beauty brand in Thailand. Mistine’s best selling products include their eyeliner, brow pencil, and face powders. Unfortunately, I could only get my hands on their eyeliner since everything else was sold out. I did grab some lip tints from PeriPera at the store help’s suggestion too!
Watson: They had amazing deals on beauty items in the drugstore price range. They even had a special “tourist’s choice” and “best sellers” section so people like me could pick and choose from the best.
Innisfree: This is one of the most famous Korean beauty brands across the world. They are most well-known for their cushion foundations, and to my surprise, they had a pretty wide shade range and about a gazillion cushion cases to choose from!
Etudehouse: This brand is super famous for its adorable packaging, and their store did not disappoint. The walls were painted pastel pink and mint, and it looked like a fancy coffee bar more than a makeup store. They let you choose a lip color and then a cute lipstick case to go with it, and I thought that was super cute!My favorite store was definitely Etudehouse cause I spent a lot of coin in there!