If you joined us yesterday, you will know that today’s post is Part 2 of my Hong Kong Haul.  JFP is my Justification For Purchase and prices are listed in HKD.

Day 4 – Shopping in Mong Kok Argyle Centre

Argyle Centre in Mong Kok is a fantastic mall for young women for cheap and cheerful fashion, accessories, shoes and bags. I went on a mini shopping spree in here and bought an assortment of stuff. A couple of red dresses, jumpers, a cardi, a few short skirts and a pair of shorts. ($???) –  JFP : I need a new wardrobe!
3 x patterned tights (or stockings if you’re Aussie) ($120) – JFP : My bare legs are scary and will blind babies so I need something to cover them up when I wear short skirts.
3 x Hello Kitty PJs ($240) – JFP : Have I mentioned that I love Hello Kitty?
Assortment of hair accessories – JFP : This year, I am going to fall in love with my hair.
Dark blue A4 envelope clutch ($40) – JFP : It’s trendy and I wanted to buy a bigger version of the pink clutch from yesterday’s haul.

Day 5 – Shopping in Causeway Bay

2 x Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer ($104) – JFP : This is my favourite eye primer but it’s so hard to find a place which stocks it! I had to buy two!
Peripera Kiss Tint 3 ($80) – JFP : I was determined to try a Peripera product ever since I lip stalked this Korean brand…but I was to cheapa$$ to buy a lippy so I got this instead because the SA said that you can apply it on your cheeks as well as your lips.
Holika Holika Heart Ful Moisture Lipstick in Candy Red ($98) – JFP : It’s my first time seeing a heart-shaped bullet lippy so of course, being a Lip Stalker, I had to add it to my collection!
3 x Innisfree Face Sheet Masks ($30) – JFP : A girl can never have too many facial sheet masks!  Agree?

Day 6 – Shopping in Sheung Shui

Hitachi Hadacrie ($1880) – JFP : Apparently, it’s Japan’s No.1 beauty gadget so that was enough for me!  This baby does wonders for my skin and I cannot wait to show you my review!  It was also my most exxy purchase in my HK trip!
Toy Story Alien Flask (free) – The Hitachi Hadacrie GWP = Gift With Purchase from Fortress.
Shu Uemura Point Cealer ($210) – JFP : My Shu Uemura Mark Cealer is running out but it’s discontinued and Point Cealer is its successor.
[P.S.  I also bought a Shu Uemura eyebrow pencil ($150)…but I looked at it and thought that I can’t master pencilling in my brows and sent that off for my youngest sister as a birthday present…and it happens to be her birthday today!  Happy birthday bi-atch!  I am such a loving big sister, aren’t I?  LOL]

I hope you aren’t all bored with my haul posts because the third and final instalment will be tomorrow – same time, same place.

18 Comments on Hong Kong Haul – Part 2

  1. khatsii
    17/01/2012 at 2:56 pm (5 years ago)

    holy moly! nice part 2 hun! loving that red dress 😀 i’m definitely gonna be going nuts in finding a new wardrobe in the phils XD plus male up! omggg i cannot wait! XD

    totally loving your JFP’s btw. they are seriously legit! ;]

    • Ling
      18/01/2012 at 9:58 pm (5 years ago)

      @khatsii, Thanks hun! *high 5* to legit JFPs lol

      • khatsii
        19/01/2012 at 12:40 am (5 years ago)

        @Ling, yayer! can’t wait to do JFP’s for my shopping spree items >:D

  2. Ashlynn
    17/01/2012 at 4:39 pm (5 years ago)

    That comment about your legs blinding babies made me laugh out loud for real. HAHA! Love it. I’ve never been to Hong Kong, but it seems I may have to go since it sounds like an awesome place to shop.

    • Ling
      18/01/2012 at 9:58 pm (5 years ago)

      @Ashlynn, 😀 LOLOLOL!! You deffo have to pay a visit!

  3. Raylene Barton
    17/01/2012 at 6:05 pm (5 years ago)

    Interested to read review on Hitachi Hadacrie!!

  4. Jo
    17/01/2012 at 10:43 pm (5 years ago)

    You really shopped up a storm at HK!

    I can’t wait to see how the Hitachi Hadacrie works.

    And on your stitch iPhone cover. My friend just showed me that too! They even have the pink angel version.

    • Ling
      18/01/2012 at 10:00 pm (5 years ago)

      @Jo, Ah yes, the pink angel version is adorable too…I should have bought it too! Today I dropped my phone and now Stitch has a wonky ear. Boo!

  5. Bun Bun Makeup Tips
    18/01/2012 at 6:29 am (5 years ago)

    I used the Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer before but I don’t know… it wasn’t strong enough for my oily lids. UDPP is my best friend. =)

    • Ling
      18/01/2012 at 10:01 pm (5 years ago)

      @Bun Bun Makeup Tips, Ah really? I’ve not been able to compare them as my Proof 10 dried up before I got my UDPP but then my UDPP ran out before I got my Proof 10! Eeks!

  6. Isabel
    18/01/2012 at 6:45 pm (5 years ago)

    What’s your damage ?! Lol

    • Ling
      18/01/2012 at 10:02 pm (5 years ago)

      @Isabel, Beyond repair damage lol

  7. globetrotter
    02/02/2012 at 5:02 pm (5 years ago)

    Thanks for sharing your haul!

    I’m a lip stalker myself and for the life of me, I cannot find any Peripera lip products in HK at all. Where in Causeway Bay did you find that Peripera lip kiss tint?!?! ^_^

    • Ling
      02/02/2012 at 6:49 pm (5 years ago)

      @globetrotter, Oh no…I can’t remember the name of the shop…but it had all the Korean brands in it! Sorry I’m not much help AT ALL! Next time I go shopping in Asia, I will be sure to note down names of shops! Good luck in finding Peripera!

  8. Ivy
    07/12/2012 at 6:06 pm (5 years ago)

    Where did you manage to find all the Korean cosmetics (Etude House and Innisfree in particular) from?

    • Ling
      12/12/2012 at 9:37 am (5 years ago)

      @Ivy, I think it was in Tsim Sha Tsui somewhere…I just wandered into random shops.

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  1. […] Hong Kong Haul – Part 2 Hong Kong Haul – Part 3By Ling On January 18, 2012 · Leave a Comment · In Haul, Shopping .nrelate .nr_sponsored{left:0px !important}nRelate.domain="www.thebestbeautyblog.com";Haul posts on blogs are like Justin Bieber songs – you either love it or hate it.  For me, I’m not a Belieber but I enjoy reading haul posts because I am extremely nosey and love to know what products make people part with their hard-earned money.  These posts also highlight that beauty bloggers don’t blog for “freebies” because they actually having a crazy addiction to beauty products – LOL!  Here is my third and final instalment of my Hong Kong Haul (Part 1, Part2) with prices (if noted) in HKD and my JFP’s (Justification For Purchase).Day 7 – Shopping in Mong Kok2 x boxes of false lashes ($100) – JFP : I go through boxes of falsies easily because I don’t reuse them…because I am too lazy to wash them.  I flick them off and leave them lying around the house…and sometimes, I mistake them for spider legs!  LOL Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion ($98) – JFP : As you read yesterday, I bought a Hitachi Hadacrie and it requires usage of toning lotions so what better excuse?  Besides, this is another of Japan’s No.1 products – and I always fall for that line! Liese Bubble Hair Colour in Chiffon Beige ($75) – JFP : I’ve been dying (pun intended!) to dye my hair and we all know it’s cheaper when it’s DIY.Day 8 – Shopping in FanlingPond’s Flawless White Toner ($40) – JFP : As mentioned above, I need toners to make my Hitachi Hadacrie work and this was nice and cheap. Za Cosmetics Foundation & Case Set ($115) – JFP : I’ve never tried Za products before so when I saw that the compact foundie came with a pretty pink metallic case, I knew I had to buy it.  My other compact foundation is rapidly depleting.Day 9 – Shopping in Sha Tin Chinese books with two make-up books from Kevin (a Taiwanese make-up artist) ($98), a baking book ($98) and a couple of learn Chinese books ($150).  – JFP : So I figured that I would learn Chinese and then be able to read the other books and have beautiful Asian make-up and yummy Chinese cakes to eat.  We’ll see how that turns out! Sasa is a beauty blogger’s dream place to own!  I picked up 4 x Arezia mini nail polishes ($20), 2 x Naris Up Brow Pencils, 24-hour black eyeliners, brow stencil, nail clippers, lash glue, 2 x deodorant spray, blackhead masks, etc, etc. ($6??) – JFP : Anything which promises to beautify me and it’s getting in my shopping basket!Day 10 – Shopping in Sham Shui PoDomo bag ($60), Domo slippers ($60), Domo baggy ($20) and My Melody baggy ($20) – JFP : I went Domo crazy and they were just too adorable not to buy!Day 11 – Shopping in Fanling, Tai Po and HKIAHello Kitty tokidoki figurine (free) – Redeemable from 7-11 with adequate spending stickers.  Isn’t it gorgeous?! Panasonic Rice Cooker SR-TMG10 ($499) – JFP : Our ex-rice cooker had a severely scratched base and I’m sure it’s not healthy eating from it.  Why has this been included in my haul post?  Because it’s pretty and pink and my Dad bought me it Adidas Falcon Elite running trainers ($479) – JFP : It’s hot pink!  And I am hoping it will encourage me to get fit.  Although, I have a confession…it’s half a size too small for me!  But it’s hot pink, yeah??!!! Schick Quattro shaving blades – JFP : Gotta buy some refills for one of my fave gadgets! 2 x Revlon Lip Butters in Pink Truffle & Macaroon ($150) – JFP : Everyone on the beauty blogosphere has been raving about these babies so I had to see what the fuss was all about. Chanel Rouge Allure in 74 Comedia ($230) – JFP : I have wanted a Chanel lippy since I started beauty blogging.  I actually lusted after RAL Dragon for a long long time…but when the SA tried it on my lips, I was mortified as it was uggo on me!  Anyway, I really shouldn’t have splurged but it’s so much cheaper than what I would have to pay if I bought it in Australia.  But I am not sure about it as I didn’t research it well enough before making this spontaneous purchase at the Airport.   And the annoying thing is that it didn’t come in a Chanel paper bag but a stupid airport plastic bag.  Noooooooo!!!!And we’re done with all the haulage!  Phew!  Normal posting should hopefully resume by next week with countless beauty reviews coming your way!What have you bought recently?.nrelate .nr_sponsored{left:0px !important} /**/   If you enjoyed this article, please consider sharing it! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name *Email *WebsiteCommentYou may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong> […]