Continuing with Etude House theme. I picked out 2 Dreaming Swan Eye and Cheek Multi-Use Powders #01 Jete Pink and #05 En Haut Pink from StyleKorean website to try.
This Etude House collection was a collaboration with Kerrie Hess, an Australian Illustrator. The illustrations are amazing and uber beautiful. They are works of art. I definitely would keep the outer packaging too!
Each powder comes in a cute little metal tin with a screw-open top. Each is embossed with adorable ballet-related designs (the print will unfortunately wear away with each use). There is a cute little powder puff that packed inside each tin. I don’t normally use these puffs for applications however.
Jete Pink #01 is a baby, pastel pink with fine shimmers. It is quite sheer and might not show on darker skin tone. It is very wearable and will go with most looks.
En Haut Pink #05 is a rosy pink with fine gold shimmers. The shimmers are not visible on your skin unless you are under some strong bright light. En Haut Pink is much more pigmented than Jete Pink.
Here’s a photo of the swatches, taken indoors in natural light. The swatches were heavily built up here.
Both powders are fragrance-free. The powders are finely milled, slightly dry to the touch, buildable and blendable. There was no powder kicked up when I used my Suqqu Cheek brush to apply. There is a little powderiness when first applied but melds into the skin nicely after a few hours of wear. Using the powders as eyeshadows, I was quite impressed with their performance. They adhered well to my lids and blendable. Personally, I would incorporate some darker shades to complete a look with them. The powders wear well both on my cheeks and eye lids, over 8 hours before fading.
Etude House has impressed me again with yet another product. I would definitely recommend these powders, especially if you adore the elegant, princessy designs like me:)
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Much love always,
This post featured a PR sample. My opinions expressed here are honest and unbiased.