Target has long been a source of comfort for any person who has had a hard day and needs to frivolously purchase throw pillows.
And now, it is so much more: It's an official beauty Mecca for those of us who get a certain kind of rush from opening a brand new lipstick.
Despite being around for centuries, Korean skin care is a huge trend right now. It can be a little tricky to get your hands on, but Target is making is super accessible by launching Peach & Lily for Target on January 22.
Peach & Lily is an online Korean skin care brand created by Alicia Yoon, and their new collaboration with Target will be more affordable than ever.
The line will include single-use Mizon face masks that retail for as low as $3.50, Spray Skin Texture Improvement Facial Toner for $21, Caolion Stick Moisturizing Facial Moisturizer for $16, among other goodies that will soon be available on target.com
Target will also be rolling out a hair care line in collaboration with celebrity hair stylist Kristen Ess. Ess has styled celebrities such as Lauren Conrad, Lucy Hale, and Jenna Dewan Tatum, and has now designed an accessible 15-piece set for Target.
The line launches on January 15 online and January 22 in stores, and will feature shampoo and conditioner, dry shampoo, texture spray, pomade, wave spray, leave-in conditioner, and more.
In each product, Ess has included something she calls 'Zip-Up Technology', a blend of protein-packed conditioners that allow for super strengthened hair.
Needless to say, the next trip to Target will definitely be including a nice, lengthy stroll down the beauty aisle.
And if you're really on a budget, try out some homemade skin care in the form of bath bombs: