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nd puff of this peripheral sponge truly excites me! The all-that-girlie awe does not disappoint my expectation of Etude House products that are always princess-y. However, this is not the first time a Korean cosmetic has used a puff design top with a bow, the VOV blushers and The faceshop have adaptations of their own too…
In regard to the packaging, this looks lovely, but it not as all a well thought out packaging. On top of the terrible curse for people with long nails to actually open this up, this blush is excessively bulky for travels (Still better than the benefit box blushes though). I give it a 3/5 for packaging, and I didn’t fail this ultimately because of the good quality.
I have this color in #5 Apricot Pudding from this small selection of about 5-7 colors. Unfortunately for me, it isn’t all that pigmented. I am a NC20 and this doesn’t not complement me in anyway at all, I do not recommend this for anyone with skin tone that is darker than a NC20.
As you can see from the image… I tried packing up the powders, and it isn’t all that pigmented. It barely shows up on my skin, so all in all I have given up on it. I use this blush for an entirely different way, since it’s a light orange color, I actually dust this with a eyeshadow blending brush and place it on my under eye as a color corrector. I also use this to blend it with pigmented blushes.
Can’t say much about the longevity if you can’t really see any pigmentation right? haha….
All in all, I think that the color is true to pan, so my advice is to get the more pigmented shades from the collection. The finish is matte, and the powders are not chalky. 2/5 is my overall grade if this blush.