It’s no secret that the beauty world is obsessed with Korean beauty products. Between those magic snail creams, character sheet masks and, of course, glorious skin essences, we simply cannot get enough of it (not to mention the packaging!).
However, when it comes to K-beauty products, the real deal can be hard to find. Sure, there’s the high-end picks available at Sephora and the budget-friendly The Face Shop, but many of the cult faves need to be bought online and shipped from Korea.
Luckily, Nordstrom is making Korean beauty products more accessible to the masses with its Pop-In@Nordstrom: KBEAUTY shop.
Curated by Olivia Kim, vice-president of Creative Projects for the retailer, this pop-up shop features all the K-Beauty classics (BB creams, oil cleansers and sheet masks), along with cutting-edge products like 24K gold-infused swabs and hydrating jelly eyeshadow from exclusive brands making their Canadian retail store debuts like Too Cool for School, Cool Enough Studio and Huxley.
And of course, the shop itself embodies the Korean aesthetic with pink and blue cloud gels on the glass walls, fuzzy pink yoga balls and a spinning KBEAUTY sign.
Pop-In@Nordstrom: KBEAUTY is now open at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre in Toronto and CF Pacific Centre in Vancouver and will run until March 26.
Take a look at some of the cool beauty imports below:
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