Visiting The History of Whoo’s Flagship Store in Seoul

Yoohoo~! Happy Humpday everyone! I know it’s kinda late, but I found out only recently that Humpday refers to Wednesday, which is the longest day of the week cos it’s right smack in the middle of the work week. Hah. Anyways, if you’re feeling relatively Humpity Dumpity, head on down to Tangs Beauty Hall to check out The History of Whoo’s new counter which has just opened – it looks absolutely gorgeous with a generous helping of gold ๐Ÿ˜€

Continuing on from my Day 1 post where I blogged about learning more about The History of Whoo’s skincare ranges, the first half of Day 2 involved visiting their flagship store in the very trendy Samcheong-dong.

The History of Whoo Day 2 1This is totally my idea of a flagship store – it’s dressed in the brand’s iconic gold ๐Ÿ˜€ Everything sparkles and looks so pretty zomg.

the history of whoo day 2 6Look at the uber posh gold and black interior – swoons –

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The history of whoo day 2 2Release beauty fanatics! Naturally we had to zip in to paw and claw at all the gold-embossed beauties ๐Ÿ˜€

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The history of whoo day 2 3Aren’t the lip products absolutely gorgeous?! The ones on the lower tier are the lipsticks which come with an attached lip brush (and they’re retailing at SGD$58 at Tangs – the markup isn’t that high, to be honest). I’m totally eyeing shade 15 (which is the brightest and poppiest colour they have. This range has more feminine colours instead of the super shock of pinks I prefer).

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The history of whoo day 2 4The wide assortment of cushions and pacts they have – I bought the Luxury Golden Cushion and have already reviewed it ๐Ÿ˜€

The history of whoo day 2 7This is a limited edition solid perfume which retails for a jaw-dropping KRW280,000 (SGD330) – insanely expensive I know, but I totally appreciate its gorgeousness and intricacy.

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the history of whoo day 2 8And of course, its star product – the Bichup Ja Saeng Essence which is a boosting/starter essence to help your skin rejuvenate itself and boost the efficacy of products you apply after.

the history of whoo day 2 17A giant host of skincare products available to suit all your needs – whitening, hydration, anti-ageing, and rejuvenation. Almost all their products seen above are available in Tangs Beauty Hall, so head over now to check them out!

the history of whoo day 2 11Made of rosewood, this has different sides so that you can help massage and drain the lymphatic systems of the face and achieve that slimmer, v-shaped and less puffy face!

the history of whoo day 2 9Traditionally known as “guasha”, this method of massaging is somewhat akin to “scraping” the surface of the skin, but is in no way harmful or painful – in fact, Leanne who received this said it was so comfortable, she nearly fell asleep! Your face will turn slightly redder during the process, but it’s only because of the improved blood circulation – the redness will fade away after 15-30 minutes.

the history of whoo day 2 10Voila –ย  a distinctively more v-shaped face!

the history of whoo day 2 13One group wefie in front of the flagship store before we trundle off to their luxurious spa!

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6 thoughts on “Visiting The History of Whoo’s Flagship Store in Seoul

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