Tucked away in an unobtrusive area, the Gransenbon display stand was hard to find, to say the least. Although it is a few steps away from the Majolica Marjorca counter, the simple cardboard display stand faces the drugstore brands along the wall and not outwards, hence the difficulty in locating it. You could easily miss it.
However, look for the Canmake and MJ counters and you ought to find it more easily. Gransenbon shares a counter with and is adjacent to the K-Palette 1 Day Tattoo waterproof eyeliners (now available in a limited edition pink!).
No one was at the display at all (I attribute this to its not-immediately-obvious position). After a leisurely examination of the blushes, I picked the ones I wanted, including the last two Cherry Fromages. I am certain that Watsons will replenish the stand, so fret not. :)
Here are swatches of the blushes available at Watsons so far.
At S$29.90, they are almost the same price as in Japan, as a result of the rising Japanese Yen. Thanks to Iris’s heads up regarding Watsons’s latest promotion (a S$5 voucher given with every S$50 spent using NETS, valid for a year and can be combined in usage), I managed to offset the cost of these blush lovelies!
More information and photos on Rouge Deluxe!
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