Ink Velvet Lip Tint in Girlish Red, $13.99 at CVS
CVS recently started carrying Peripera, a popular Korean makeup brand known for their cute packaging and high-quality (yet budget-friendly) color cosmetics. We're particular fans of this lip tint, which is lightweight, comfortable, and wears all day long.
Charcoal Chai Tea Pore Refining Glow Pad, $24.99 at Target
Though its in-house brand calls Sephora home, Glow Recipe has a few products available on Target shelves — including these peel pads from its collaboration with Whamisa. The exfoliating pads help pave the way for clearer skin, refining your pores and brightening your complexion (though they're still gentle enough for daily use).
Green Cleansing Stick, $15 at Walmart
You can't really beat cleansing sticks for convenience factor — they melt away makeup and leave your face feeling extra clean. This option from Caolion's new younger-skewing brand JJ Young (which recently hit shelves at Walmart) is a great pick, what with its green tea-infused formula.
La Bam Balm Tinted Lip Balm in Pinata, $4.99 at CVS
CVS recently teamed up with Kiss Cosmetics to create JOAH, a new K-beauty-inspired brand (the name means "I like it" in Korean). The line up is exceedingly cute — and quite affordable to boot! We're especially excited about this adorable tinted balm, between its vitamin-enriched formula and on-point shade range (not to mention that aforementioned cute packaging).
All Around Safe Block Essence Sun SPF 45/PA+++, $14 at Target
When it comes to high-performing sunscreens, your favorite Korean skin care brands have really got it going on. This fast-absorbing pick boasts a non-sticky texture and a sensitive skin-safe formula (and it won't leave an annoying white cast, either).
Lip Sleeping Mask, $14 at Ulta
Looking to step your lip treatment game? This ultra-hydrating, comforting lip mask is the perfect way to pamper yourself.
Magic Food Dalcom Banana Lip Balm, $10 at Ulta
In addition to having the cutest packaging ever, this lip balm hydrates and nourishes so well. The subtle banana flavor is quite nice as well.
Speedy Brow Cara, $11.99 at CVS
Looking for a quick brow tint to whip your arches into shape? This easy-to-use brow mascara is just the trick.
Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Mask, $6.99 at Target
If you've got a special event on the horizon and want to give your face a little extra T.L.C, you can't go wrong with this sheet mask. The two-part mask made with Missha's most popular fine line-fighting essence and covers both your face and neck.
Gudetama Smooth Egg Peeling Gel, $10.99 at CVS
Peeling gels are one of our favorite ways to exfoliate — they're so gentle (and so, so satisfying). This Gudetama version from Holika Holika exfoliates like quite the treat (and gets bonus points for its cute factor).
All-In-One Pore Dual Mask Pack, $28 at Walmart
Though this mask is a bit on the pricier side for a drugstore pick, it's actually a two-in-one product (which definitely helps a bit with the sticker shock). One side is formulated for your T-zone and the other for your U-zone (AKA the rest of your face). Though gentle and creamy, it helps reduce the appearance of pores and controls sebum throughout the day.
Vita Propolis Ampoule, $22.99 at Target
Made with propolis, this ampoule is decadently hydrating — and just a couple drops paves the way for a glowier complexion.
The day you’ve long dreamed of is finally here: More and more Korean beauty products are making their way to American drugstores, and we couldn’t be more stoked. Gone are the days when your niche Korean skin care purchases were relegated to Amazon and eBay — now, you can easily impulse-buy them the next time you’re running errands!
Of course, a chance to combine our love of K-beauty and drugstore makeup is definitely cause for celebration — so, we’ve put together a list of some of our faves. Keep reading for the Korean beauty product picks that you should be keeping an eye out for at stores like CVS and Target (and, okay, Ulta even though that’s not technically a drugstore).
This article originally appeared on TotalBeauty.com
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