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Ever read a blog post or watched a Youtube video which will rave about a latest must-have beauty product, only to find said product frustratingly isn’t available to buy in Australia?  Me too.  I feel your pain.

The good news is, beauty brands and products formerly thought to be inaccessible to Aussie beauty buyers are now just a few clicks away, often with free shipping into the bargain.

Feel Unique:  Here you can partake in the glorious Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm, the best cleanser on the planet.*  Also enjoy the free international shipping and access to a plethora of UK brands not available in Australia.
*In my humble opinion.

Look Fantastic:  A treasure trove of brands available here, across a variety of categories including skincare and makeup, hair, nails, fragrance and electrical products.  Top picks are the Lord & Berry lip crayons and the Japonesque makeup brushes.  Currently offering 10% off orders with the code LFNEW, and free international shipping.

Tarazz:  If you’ve been to the States and discovered the wonder that is Sephora, you will be thrilled to know you can access many of the brands they sell through Australian based site Tarazz, such as LoracMarc Jacobs Beauty and Tarte.

Beauty Bay:  The purveyor of my recently purchased, eagerly awaited Urban Decay Naked 3 palette.  While you are here ordering yours, check out the Oskia Secret Weekend Discovery Collection, and the makeup range by Pixi.

Lipstick Republic:  Born from the the desire to fill the gap of beauty brands not available to Aussies,  you can find your cult faves here such as the OCC Lip Tars, the Sleek i-Divine palettes, and the BeautyBlender.

Cult Beauty:  I have an intense urge to order the Omorovicza Deep Cleansing mask, but at $108 AUD a pop, I might just have hold off a little longer and just get my Anastasia Beverly Hills fix here.  If you’re having trouble drifting off at night, add the Therapie Himalayan Detox Salts to a hot bath for a guaranteed 8 hours shut-eye.

What brands and products do you wish were more readily sold in Australia?  Do you have a favourite online beauty retailer?