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Sample Store - Shoppers’ Paradise @ Waterway Point

Sample Store held an event last weekend over at Waterway Point. One of their yearly affairs to connect us, consumers, to various brands and the best time to stock up on the products! I was glad to be invited to the event and given a chance to learn more about Beauty Keeper and their mission held privately in Waterway Point's newest party room.

Before I go in-depth on Beauty Keeper, let's take some time to admire the latest addition to Waterway Point: Party Room. A place that is great for baby showers or a family gathering with its cheery and bright interior that complements their garden playground that's on the same floor. It may be a little difficult to locate if it's your first time there, just look out for Gelare and it's right next to it.
For more details about prices and booking, please visit here or click on the image below.
(Picture credit to fraserscentrepoint.com.sg)

Back to Beauty Keeper, it may sound foreign to some of you but it is an up and coming beauty site for Taiwan beauty products that I think all beauty fans or even those new to beauty products should look out for. Beauty Keeper is a platform that offers exclusively handpicked premium brands from Taiwan at reasonable prices. It allows consumers who have little or no access to Taiwan's beauty trends a special insight to the best of what their beauty products have to offer. 
Gone are the times how some of us many have to struggle with the understanding of product efficacies in Chinese or having to go through friends to learn or order a certain product from Taiwan. Plus, Beauty Keeper recently started a new airport drop off service which I feel will benefit many, not only those who are residing in Singapore but also worldwide as long as you are planning to visit Taiwan.

The newest airport drop off service is whereby you place orders of the products you want through Beauty Keeper's site before going on your trip to Taiwan. You can save time on sourcing for products, enjoy the best of what Taiwan has to offer and then collect your parcel on the last day of your trip in the airport. It's that simple!
Thanks to Beauty Keeper, I have lots of goodies that I can't wait to try and share! :)
I will have the reviews up in a separate post so as to accommodate more detailed product description and pictures!  

After the talk, I had the opportunity to explore the rest of the event space and I'm so proud of these local brands which were established in recent years. Shall share more of their products in individual blog posts in the next couple of days~
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If you missed this event, fret not, Sample Store has another event coming up! A beauty show hosted by Hossan Leong will be held this coming Sunday, 2nd April over at MBS. Expect tips, exclusive preview and deals that you shouldn't miss. 
Tickets are on sale at only $10 and the amount is fully redeemable on Beauty Keeper products, plus you will receive a goodie bag containing $50 worth of products and stand a chance of winning a trip to Taiwan or Bangkok! 
Don't wait, you can get the tickets on Sample Store now before it runs out! :)

Special shoutout to Otterbox for sturdy & reliable cases for phones (they are known for their iPhone cases) and Juscool for the new range of sparkling drinks made with real fruit juices (these are great on its own or to mix into cocktails)! Check out their site as linked above! 

Join me on Sample Store if you have not already done so! Be up to date with all the latest brands and grab the samples before committing to full-sized products ;) 
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