I first found out about YesStyle when I was browsing the internet for BB creams a month ago. One of the searches popped YesStyle’s inventory up. Apparently YesStyle is a pretty popular website for ordering things online, especially from Asia. Their product list includes everything from clothes and shoes to makeup and skincare, complete with accessories and sections for men as well. The brands are sourced from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea, to name a few.
So why are there no reviews on its credibility?!
I was looking for reviews on YesStyle and whether or not it was reputable enough to trust, as I am always hesitant about making purchases online. To my surprise, despite its apparent popularity, there were no reviews generated by the search engine! I had to resort to searching up “yesstyle.com” on YouTube, which generated videos of people showing off their hauls. So I supposed that lent credibility to the website.
So I set my jaw and placed an order on Friday, October 7th. All the items in my basket were labeled as ready for shipping in 1-2 days. Lo and behold, the order was shipped out on October 11th, the Tuesday after a long weekend. I was surprised that I received my order just over a week later on Thursday, October 20th.
I was super ecstatic about my order! Everything I ordered arrived as expected, with the clothing items accurately represented as on the website. The measurements given matched pretty closely to the actual clothes. The BB creams I purchased were also fully packaged and unopened. I am a fully satisfied customer, already set on making a second order, and planning my third order for the New Year!
Many of the beauty products, especially, are going to be risky purchases because these Asian products are so obscurely known in North America that there are hardly any reviews on them, at least in English. So unless you are fluent in either Korean or Chinese, you will probably find it difficult to locate reviews on these products. I would also recommend comparing prices for some of the products that are available in North America as well. For instance, YesStyle has high list prices for drugstore brands that we have here, but is a great source for higher-end brands, such as those you would find in Sephora. Being the low-budget girl I am, I always make sure I compare prices in order to get items at the best prices possible!
YesStyle offers free standard shipping for purchases over $70 US/CDN (limited time offer) and free express shipping for purchases over $150 US/CDN, depending on where you are ordering from. I think the best thing about YesStyle is that because you are making an international order, they do not have inflated costs for Canadians like so many franchises do ($48 USD for Urban Decay’s Naked Palette, $58 CDN 😦 which is not consistent with currency rates, even if you order online from the US). To be honest though, I don’t think it is difficult at all to go over the express shipping amount!
Be sure to check the return/exchange policy – I believe it is 14 days for most products, customer pays return postage unless the item sent was defective. I would highly suggest emailing them to let them know if that is the case.
Canadian shoppers: www.yesstyle.ca
US shoppers: www.yesstyle.com
Disclaimer: I purchased these products myself and this review is based on personal experiences and my honest opinion, for informational purposes only. Please be aware that I am not recruited or sponsored by YesStyle for advertising purposes. (Image source: yesstyle.ca)
If there is any interest for haul pictures, let me know and I can post them 🙂 As an overview, I bought a long-sleeved shirt, a sleeveless cardigan (of sorts), Skin79 and Missha BB Creams, a Shiseido cleansing oil, and a Baviphat lip tint. Reviews to follow!