Skin Garden's Point Makeup Products Popular as a Gift for Those Graduating from or Entering into a School
TOKYO--(Korea Newswire) February 17, 2016 -- Skin Garden (http://www.skingarden.jp), a K-beauty cosmetics shop located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, is crowded with customers looking for gifts in the graduation and school entrance season.
From mid February, the graduation period, to April when entrance ceremonies are held in schools in Japan, K-beauty cosmetic products are popular as a gift item for those graduating from or entering school.
For the college freshmen or those taking their first steps into the “real world,” point makeup products to accentuate a single feature in the face, such as lips, are popular rather than the overly fashionable makeup. As a result of this trend, “Berrisom Angle Lip Tattoo” is very popular in Skin Garden as a gift for people graduating from or entering school.
“Berrisom Angle Lip Tattoo” is a lip gloss version of “Berrisom Oops! My Lip Tint Pack.” It is easy to apply and the color is long-lasting as if tattooed on the lips, which eliminates the need to fix makeup. The lovely design that touches women’s heart and the bright colors add the popularity of this product.
Skincare sets to moisturize the skin that has become dry because of the use of heaters and cold wind in winter are also popular items for the season. In Skin Garden stores, professional consultants provide assistance so that the customers can pick out and purchase skincare products that best suit their skin types.
Jung Joo Park, Manager at Skin Garden said, “Among Japanese women, K-beauty has been established as a trend. To reflect this, customers looking for Korean cosmetics as a gift for people graduating from and entering school are rapidly increasing.”
Continuously publicizing the technological power and excellence of Korean cosmetics, Skin Garden, which has four branches in Japan, is a K-beauty select shop offering over 500 varieties of Korean cosmetics including Day By Day brand of Gyeongbuk Cosmetics Industry Development Cluster.
Jung Joo Park,