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Zoeva!! They’re nearly impossible to find in Canada (and the few sites where they are available have outrageous duties & taxes) but I’m so keen to try their stuff!

Also glow recipe – it’s sold in Sephora in the US but not in Canada, and I really want to try their watermelon mask and moisturizer!

Jouer and Lorac would also be lovely. They’re on beautylish/ulta but both of those have duties (and crazy shipping costs for ulta), and don’t allow to see/swatch the product before purchasing.

SUQQU and Zoeva are amazing.

As a Brit, I’m always so jealous of the many, great beauty ranges you guys have that we can’t access, but it never occurs to me that you might feel the same way!

Are there counters or brick & mortar stores that sell zoeva? I am planning a trip to the UK in the fall and didn’t realize until now that I should set aside one day to do beauty shopping.

Morphe and Colourpop. They both ship to my country (Malaysia), but the wait is AGONIZING, and it fuels the mortal fear of packages getting lost in transit.

Nabla, Kiko Milano, Sleek, Zoeva. I’m interested in SUQQU too but it seems VERRRRYYYYY expensive so I’m not sure I could justify it anyway.

Zoeva, Illamasqua, Max Factor, Nabla, and so many wonderful and interesting K-Beauty and J-Beauty brands! I mean, sure, I can order most of the above listed, but I’d rather be able to see and swatch the color cosmetics in person before committing to them.

I really miss Illamasqua 😭 and like someone else said, I would love for the FDA to get with the times on sunscreen innovation.

Here in ze canada we get accesses to a lot of the same brands as the states, but we only get less tha 1/4 of the line, where the states gets the full line.

So I’d love to get more full lines of brands!!!

Neve Cosmetics. They are an Italian brand and ship to other countries in Europe but no further. I am hoping to pick some up while in Europe. Several Korean and Japanese brands. While I can order a lot of product from Japan and Korea on-line I would like to be able to swatch it for myself before purchasing. I would like Jouer to be in store here in the US for the same reason.

For the Netherlands a lot of brands, like TooFaced, Mars, Becca are available online and in major cities in stores buy not all products and I wish they had more counters in the rest of the cities.

Furthermore I want Colourpop, Tarte, Hourglass available in Dutch of at least European (web)shops. I can order them out of the USA but the costs of taxes to get it in are so high.

Sephora in the UK. There was one in Milton Keynes but that closed years ago; now my nearest one’s in France but that’s still too far away!!

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