Beautiful breasts, sexy dresses and seductive hairstyles are available for $7.99 from Seojunk’s True Beauty Supply.
The online store also sells a range of other beauty essentials for $2.99.
The store sells the brand’s own cosmetics and perfumes, including cosmetics from Armani, Laura Mercier and Chanel, as well as fragrances from Estee Lauder and Guerlain.
Beauty supply website beauty-supply.com.au says the collection is aimed at the “paleo, eco-friendly, and natural” crowd.
“They’re very much about natural, organic beauty, they’re also vegan, and they have all kinds of skin-care products,” store owner, Melissa, told ABC News.
“I can’t think of any other brand that’s as focused on making your skin feel great,” she added.
The range includes five types of products that include essential oils, lip balms, toners, moisturisers and even mascara.
It also includes a range in beauty accessories including brushes, brushes and makeup tools.
Seojunk has also partnered with beauty-industry leaders like CVS to provide free samples of their products for its online store.
“We are a global beauty brand with a vision to empower and inspire our customers and we want to help people feel beautiful,” store manager, Melissa Crenshaw, told the ABC.
Beautiful breasts and a seductive haircut are just some of the ways Seojunky is selling its beauty products on its online platform.
“Our beauty supply is curated, curated, and curated by us, our customers, and our community,” the store’s website reads.
Beautifully dressed models pose on the back of a shopping cart at a store in Sydney, New South Wales, in this February 11, 2018, file photo.
The company’s website states that it is committed to providing “the most innovative and high-quality products for the modern beauty market”.
“We want to bring our customers beauty they are passionate about, and we are committed to helping people get that beauty they deserve,” the company’s spokeswoman said.
Sejunk is also planning to launch a beauty line in the coming months.
The online store currently offers a range with products from $15 to $80.
The new offerings include an “A-List” range of products, including the new A-Pill and Beauty Basket, and the “A+ List” range which features cosmetics for less than $20.