Whoever said money doesn’t buy happiness didn’t know where to shop

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“Whoever said money doesn’t buy happiness didn’t know where to shop.” These infamous words from my favorite shopaholic, Blair Waldorf are the kinds of things I tell myself when my online shopping ego is running rampant. Asking me if I like to shop is almost like asking the pope if he’s catholic, to put it simply, I am a self-confessed shopaholic.

My new boyfriend comes in the form of express checkouts and sales as far as my internet capacity will take me. I stumbled across a website called Ry that offers the latest beauty, hair care and cosmetics brands at affordable prices. Their main motto is to “recreate yourself” so in the spirit of things I decided it was time for a little online splurge. With the main motto in mind I needed to pick something that would transform my look from road kill to a camera ready goddess. My salvation came in the form of a Babyliss Pro Ceramic Conical Curling Wand, Morroconoil and Napoleon Perdis individual lashes. It felt just like Christmas when a day after I ordered my products I received my treats from the almighty internet heaven. With envious sister eyes behind me I unravelled my items to discover that they were just as described on the website, if not better.

There is no doubt that online shopping is a huge part of everyday life. People prefer the convenience and the instantaneity of e-commerce over those annoying and sometimes awkward exchanges with sales assistants. Ry has capitalised on this and is poised and ready for action. I found that Ry was easy to navigate around and checking out was as simple as a mouse click. I was further shocked at the speed of delivery and I felt like a valued customer with the little add-on’s that they included in my parcel.My shopping alter-ego not only recommends Ry as your first port of call when seeking out the latest hair, beauty and cosmetic products but commends them on their excellent online service. have a look at ry.com.au