Mamonde Closing Down S’pore Outlets, Has Clearance Sale At Bugis+ Till 27 Feb

Korean Beauty Brand Mamonde Closing Down Its Singapore Outlets By Feb 2020

Mamonde, a Korean beauty brand known for their floral products is extremely popular among Korean makeup junkies.

In 2017, the Korean beauty brand arrived on our shores, much to the delight of Mamonde fans, who no longer have to travel to Korea to get our hands on their products.

Mamonde’s Ngee Ann City outlet

Sadly, the beauty label will soon be closing all its Singapore stores by February, according to GirlStyle Singapore.


Mamonde JEM outlet is already closed

Prior to the announcement, Mamonde went on a ‘social media hiatus’ from their Facebook and Instagram since Nov 2019.

Additionally, local beauty website Daily Vanity noted that Mamonde’s outlet at JEM had already shut their doors on Wednesday (15 Jan).

Their only remaining store in Bugis+ will remain open until 27 Feb, so you can still stock up on your favourite products there.

Clearance sale at Bugis+ till 27 Feb

Already planning a trip to their Bugis+ outlet? Mamonde will be having a clearance sale at their Bugis+ outlet, according to GirlsStyle Singapore.


At the sale, customers can look forward to amazing discounts like,

  • 15% off with a min. $60 spending
  • 20% off with min. $90 spending
  • 30% off with min. $120 spending.

The sale is already in full swing, and will run till 27 Feb.

MS News has also reached out to Mamonde Singapore for more details regarding the clearance sale and will update the article accordingly when we have more information.

Where else can I shop for Mamonde products?

Even though Mamonde may be closing its brick-and-mortar stores in Singapore, beauty junkies can still get their favourite products from other online sources,

Alternatively, customers can stock up on all their favourite products at Mamonde’s clearance sale and pray it lasts till their next Korea trip.

For now, let’s enjoy the last few weeks of shopping at Mamonde’s physical stores before they close their Singapore outlets for good.

Featured image adapted from Daily Vanity.

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