I love Sasa.
And I mean it this time.
They are like the Carrefour of mak up and other major major beauty products like perfume, just like many other stores like Sephora and Watsons.
Sasa, on the other hand is a more economical way to go make-up hunting.
I especially love those nicely-packed bottles of sample perfume from to brands like Dior and Ralph Lauren.
It makes such a sweet present for a loved one or friend..
I also like their own brand.
The nail products of Sasa are pretty good for such an affordable price.
However, I think the staff there need to up their enthusiasm level.
I still prefer the one at Plaza Singapura.
The girls there are more lively.
If you like perfume and everything else, you should come to SASA. A mini version of the beauty hall of tangs and robinsons. The carry the most glorious brands like SKII, Elizebeth Arden to HDB tai tai's brand.
The beauty of SASA is that they offer branded beauty products at value for money prices. I always love to shop at SASA, especially during the storewide sales. I realise the prices are much lower then what i can get at the duty free shop in the airport. You can buy not one but various brands of 100ml fragrances at $50.
You will be pampered for choices when you are there...
Various skin care products for your review and trial. The friendly staff can share with you their professional views and introduce you some really good products if you do not know what you are looking for. These friendly staffs are equipped with some good knowledge on skin care products and i find them of good consultation and not pushy for you to buy their products. Unlike some departmental stalls, some counter assitant are very pushy with their product range.
You can also find some really cheap and nice nail polish at SASA. Though the colour scale is not that large, but its good enough for the normal working day.
There are also some new products that you can only find in SASA. For example some Korean Beauty Care Brands, and I came across this very interesting the last time i was there. It was called soap sheets....
It looked like a oil blotting paper plastic dispenser but the paper inside are soap sheets. Really good for travellers and children. Matter of fact that oral ingestion is one of the avenue that invited most diseases, why not wash our hands with handy soap.
For good variety and prices... It is tough not to recommend....
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