Best Online Shopping Sites For Beauty – Part 1

Hi everyone,

Today I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite online sites for shopping all things beauty! These are sites that I’ve used numerous times and have been impressed with the whole process – from ordering to service and delivery. With so many online shopping sites, it can be hard to pick whether they’re legitimate or not and if their service is of a high standard and the ones you’ll see below are definitely some of the best I’ve come across.

This post will be part one and I’ll be including larger, international websites in this post! I hope you all enjoy and happy shopping!

adorebeauty.com.au – An Australian website that also  ships internationally, adorebeauty provides you with over 100 of the ‘best niche, prestige, department store and salon skincare, makeup and cosmetic brands’. Shipping is free for Australian orders and each order comes with free samples and a tim tam! They regularly hold sales and provide special codes for some great deals across a range of beauty categories. The service is always amazing – deliveries arrive quickly, are packaged well and the site is easy to navigate!

ASOS – ASOS has a customised website for each country and provides an array of products, not just beauty. In the past, I’ve regularly purchased products from brands such as Rimmel, Bourjois and Eylure because they’re so much more affordable on there than in store, here in Australia. After a stint of not visiting the beauty section of the website, I excitedly found that they now stock brands such as: theBalm, Stila, Too Faced, Daniel Sandler, bareMinerals and more on top of the amazing range of brands they already offered. Shipping used to be free for all orders but is now $5 for orders under $30 and free for those over $30. ASOS always offers discounts on their products so keep an eye out for deals such as 20% off beauty products!

feelunique.com – Offering a HUGE range of brands and those hard to find in Australia as well as those not offered here, feelunique is a great international website for all things beauty. From brands like Tanya Burr, Caudalie and Orofluido to Burt’s Bees and Embryolisse, some of the best and well known beauty brands are there for you to purchase. The only downside is that some brands and their products aren’t able to be purchased and shipped here which is  quite disappointing! Shipping is free to Australia for purchases over $20.

urbanoutfitters.com – Definitely a website that is underestimated for its beauty product range, UO offers products from ELF, Lime Crime, Fore, Embryolisse, Stila, theBalm and Anastasia Beverly Hills at amazing prices. It’s one of my favourite online sites to shop for beauty and they offer international shipping – free shipping on orders over $50 and $5 returns.

strawberrynet.com – This website is a bit controversial, some say that the stock not genuine while others say that it is. I’ve made a few purchases and I’ve been impressed with the quality of the products and the service. The order is always wrapped up nicely and arrives quickly. StrawberryNET offers flash daily deals with heavily discounts products as well as specials. The brand range is large and all the large and well known international brands are offered at great prices. There is free shipping on all orders (they ship internationally) as well a loyalty discount customers can use each purchase.

beautybay.com – Probably the most well known beauty shopping website, Beauty Bay offers free shipping on worldwide offers, making it appealing to everyone. They offer an amazing range of brands to shop from and I’ve never had a problem with my order.

 

Have you shopped from these sites? What are your favourite online beauty sites to shop from? Leave a comment below!

 

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8 responses to “Best Online Shopping Sites For Beauty – Part 1

    • I dont purchase a lot of Asian beauty products but I do know of Sasa which ship to Aus. Urban Outfitters has brands such as Tony Moly and those available in Asian countries. Another great place is also Ebay!

  1. Thanks for this post! I’m quite new at online shopping and have been hesitant in the past. This certainly gives me more confidence! I was looking at something earlier on feel unique but their prices were substantially dearer on the couple of things I looked at. I’m off to look at the other sites U have suggested 🙂 look forward to part 2!

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