style korean review pink in blossom box

Style Korean Pink in Blossom Unboxing & First Impressions

Last March 23rd, I was one of the lucky 30 people who was chosen to receive Style Korean’s Pink in Blossom box which contains beauty products that are not just packaged in pink and pastel (which fits so much in my Instagram feed, just FYI) but I think it’s specially curated to give us flawless glass skins. It contains a total of six products: two makeups, and four skincare products. It’s a lot so I couldn’t use them all in just less than a month so this Style Korean review will be mostly first impressions. But I will write each product a full detailed review and link it here in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for that!


so natural facial design deep pink mud mask review

So Natural Facial Design Deep Pink Mud Mask

This is one of the product in this Pink in Blossom Box that I’ve been wanting to try since last year! This is not your ordinary sheet masks, this is a mud sheet mask that claims to remove dirt and toxins while replenishing hydration, giving a baby smooth skin. It contains 20% kaolin clay and plant extracts.

I saved this for a special occasion where I will need a product that will instantly cleanse and detoxify my skin. And that day finally came, you can read my review of this product here.

PRICE: $7.50, available here.

heimish bulgarian rose water mist serum and unpa bubi bubi lip review

Heimish Bulgarian Rose Water Mist Serum

This product is the main reason why I tried my luck when Style Korean was looking for reviewers. I’ve been wanting to try this product since its launch, and finally, it’s here! Hemish Bulgarian Rose Water Mist Serum promises to soothe your troubled skin. It claims to provide strong moisturization and nourishment supply. Most importantly, its ingredients all scored “safe” or green number in its CosDNA Analysis.

You have to shake it well before using, and it has a very fine mist! Its formula resembles a serum more rather than water. It feels a little sticky and a little heavy at first but just wait for a few seconds, it absorbs well into the skin and will give you a little dewy glowy skin. I will link my full review soon!

PRICE: $24, available here.

Heimish Artless Glow Base

This is a tone up base that brightens your complexion, highly moisturizing, contains herb extracts to protect your skin and an SPF 50. I love everything this product does but I will be only able to use this during colder seasons where my oily skin tends to get dry. During summer where it’s super hot and humid, this product is kinda a drag for me.

The texture is really creamy yet lightweight. And I love that it’s kinda illuminating but not over the top which is good for daily use. I will link my full review soon.

PRICE: $22, available here.

peripera ink the airy velvet and unpa bubi bubi lip review

Peripera Ink The Airy Velvet

Gorgeously hued tint that has a velvety, almost whipped-like mousse texture that glides effortlessly onto the lips, leaving them with vivid pigmentation that stays put. Its hydrating formula keeps the lips looking plump for up to 6 hours, so you don’t have to worry about constantly checking in the mirror for touch-ups throughout the day.

I already wrote a review about this product here with the rest of the Peripera products inside their limited edition Fashion Carrier Set.

PRICE: $9.25, available here.

Unpa Bubi Bubi Lip

This one is an interesting exfoliating lip product, instead of scrubbing your lips with sugar or other microbeads, this one does this with soft bubbles. When applied to your lips, it bubbles like the Chica Y Chico Topping Star Mask. The Unpa Bubi Bubi Lip contains Witch Hazel extract and Papaya extract that softens the lip keratin for easy exfoliation. It also contains peach extract to keep lips healthy and grapefruit extract to help moisturize it.

You can read my full review of the Unpa Bubi Bubi Lip here.

PRICE: $9, will soon be available here.

heimish dailism eye palette coral essay review

Heimish Dailism Eye Palette Coral Essay

The Heimish Dailism Eye Palette contains eight universally flattering shades that will light up your eyes from day to night. It claims to be densely-pigment shades that stay color true and won’t crease, flake or fade. I can vouch for the not creasing and flaking. But pigmented? Some shades are highly pigmented, but some, either not so much or just too pale for my skin shade, it won’t appear.

heimish dailism eye palette coral essay swatch

As you could see on the swatch above, those glittery shades look more pigmented. I will post a full review soon and link it here too.

PRICE: $32. available here.

So far these are all I could say in this Style Korean review, but I promise you, in the following weeks I will post all a full detailed reviews of these products. One product per week. But overall, I like the Pink in Blossom box. I don’t usually like boxes like this because it usually contains one or two products I like while the rest are disappointments. But this one isn’t! I genuinely like all the products and you can use them all together, they match each other from skincare to makeup.

What do you think of this Style Korean review? Share your thoughts below!


**I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced by the brand or its affiliates.