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What are some Germany Makeup brands

post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
Hello everyone!

My dad is going Germany next week...I want him to bring me some cool makeup products ...Please let me know some top class Germany Make up brands so that i can make a cool choice, Thanks
post #2 of 19

Re: What are some Germany Makeup brands

I have never heard of any.... though a search shows that there are a lot of German based cosmetic companys... Germany Cosmetics Industry - Deutschland Cosmetics Export and Import and after reviewing the list.... I still have never heard of any of them.
post #3 of 19

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Forget makeup. Have your dad bring you back some milka chocolate. Yum! Yum! Yum!
post #4 of 19

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Originally Posted by xjackie83 View Post
Forget makeup. Have your dad bring you back some milka chocolate. Yum! Yum! Yum!
Couldn´t agree more. Milka is amazing, and every foreigner I gave some Milka as a gift has loved it and begged me to bring more next time

In terms of makeup I can recommend:

Essence nail polishes (cheap, come in many colors, not bad quality for the low price) and other nail stuff. Essence can be found exclusively at DM drugstores and Müller stores

Nivea (drugstore) is an overall descent brand for makeup. Their entire skincare stuff is descent as well.

Astor (drugstore) has some descent nail polishes and mascara. Haven´t tried anything else though.

Artdeco is a pretty good brand in general, and so is Catrice from what I hear (both can be found at Douglas stores and are priced between drugstore and high end brands). Both have very nice nailpolishes as well.


The big drugstore brands (Maybelline, L´Oreal, Rimmel) are more expensive compared to the US. Especially L´Oreal has almost reached MAC prices in the last few years! They sometimes carry a few products that aren´t available in the US, but I would just skip those.

Oh, and Bebe is another skincare line (drugstore) that´s pretty good quality for the low price. But it´s marketed towards teenagers


If you´re into skincare you can check out Biotherm (Douglas, Marionnaud).
And European sunscreens rock in terms of UVA protection (La Roche Posay is the best for that, found at any pharmacy). Vichy, La Roche Posay and Eucerin are all terrific pharmacy brands!
post #5 of 19

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We get Milka downtown at one of the produce markets.....
post #6 of 19

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Isn't Kryolan from Germany? Or Tera del Sol?

Kryolan has good products from what I've read online. And Tera del Sol makes these baked products that rival MAC's mineralized skinfinishes.
post #7 of 19

Re: What are some Germany Makeup brands

Originally Posted by xjackie83 View Post
Forget makeup. Have your dad bring you back some milka chocolate. Yum! Yum! Yum!
Originally Posted by reesesilverstar View Post
Isn't Kryolan from Germany? Or Tera del Sol?

Kryolan has good products from what I've read online. And Tera del Sol makes these baked products that rival MAC's mineralized skinfinishes.
Kryolan can be found in Germany, but not sure where...specialty theater makeup stores?
And I haven´t heard of Tera del Sol before, but baked powders sound niiiiice!
post #8 of 19

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Neither do I... But from blogs and such, Kryolan has actual stores there. And on their webstite there are numbers and addresses by city. So I guess they would have info.

As for Tera del Sol, I have no idea if you get it at perfume shops, supermarkets, stores or whatever.

I just figured I'd throw brands I've seen mentioned as German out there.
post #9 of 19
Thread Starter 

Re: What are some Germany Makeup brands

thanks all; i guess i am going to ask him some nail polishes and manicure set along with few other lip products out of famous brand he get hand on
and how can i forget Milka of course
post #10 of 19

Re: What are some Germany Makeup brands

Definitely ask for essence nail polishes, I have some swatches here

They have really cute stuff, i think you should check their website: home | essence cosmetics

Also, itsjudytime on youtube got essence when she went to germany.
post #11 of 19

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Essence is available at ULTA and HEB in the states.
post #12 of 19

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Artdeco, Make Up Factory.
post #13 of 19

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search it in google first!
post #14 of 19

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U can try ALOBON and BIGUINE.ALOBON has baked eyeshadows and blusher which is soooo pigmented, have seen them in Singapore before, I was so dumb then didnt get my hands on them coz I didnt know anything bt the brand.ARTDECO is fab, I can find it in here Paris itself, all their products are superb.
post #15 of 19

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Originally Posted by xjackie83 View Post
Forget makeup. Have your dad bring you back some milka chocolate. Yum! Yum! Yum!
We sell Milka chocolate at the Target I work at in the "fancy" candy section. They consider it fancy since it is hard to find here. I'm in Southern California.
post #16 of 19

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Get some essence. It's drugstore make-up, evertime my family goes I make sure they bring me essence mascara --- it's almost exactly like my diorshow mascara for about 8 euros
post #17 of 19

Hey!

I´m new here and I live in Germany. I can definetely recommend everyone some really good Make Up Brands. I always try to get to know different brands, on one hand I buy different brands and on the other hand I get a monthly Beauty Box with different Make Up products and brands.

My favourite german brands are:

 

Dr. Hauschka (natural cosmetics), especially face products

Alverde, really not expensive drug store brand also tih natural ingredients

Catrice, drug store brands with amazing nailpolishes, lipsticks and eyeshadows (they also have kind of dupes for MAC Satin Taupe and Club.

Essence has also great and cheap products like nailpolishes and eyeshadows. They usually don´t cost more than 2 Euros.

 

Elisa

post #18 of 19

Hi all,

 

I hope it's OK to revive an old thread.

 

I'm traveling in Vienna and Berlin this month and was wondering if anyone has recommendations for makeup and/or skincare products I should look into (preferably things I can't get in the US, though if something is amazing but I would have to pay way more to get it in the states, I would love to hear about it).

 

I've already done some research, and the top products recommended have been Essence (particularly their gel eyeliner), Catrice (nail polish has been popular, as have eyeshadows and lipsticks), Alverde, Art Deco, Rival de Loop's eyeshadow primer (been hearing a lot of good things about this), Bourjois foundations and eyeliners, Bioderma Solution Micellaire, and Kiko.

 

I know some of these aren't German brands, but as long as I can get them in Vienna and Berlin, I'm fine.

 

I'm also hoping to get some Embryolisse (though I'm not sure if the price here would be better than what I could get at home), and I've heard great things about European sunscreens.

 

Anyone have any opinions on the brands and products I've found? Or can recommend other things I should look for?

 

Thanks a bunch!

post #19 of 19
Kryolan is a German make-up brand.
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