Etude House Miss Tangerine Cream Choux Blusher Review, Swatches, Photos
So has anyone successfully gotten their hands on anything from the Etude House Miss Tangerine Collection? If so, what did you think so far? I gotta admit it was a tad disappointing thus far for me aside from the eye palettes which I’m absolutely lovin’!
Today I have the Etude House Miss Tangerine Cream Choux Blusher to review for you!
Let’s take a look!
A cream blush available in four shades released with the Etude House Miss Tangerine Collection.
There are four shades available of the Cream Choux Blusher but I only hauled three as one shade, Miss Grape, was terribly strange in regards to a blush as it’s a pale lilac shade that would best be suited as a primer of sorts rather than a blush.
The other shades include:
- Miss Tangerine (A bright orange, tangerine shade)
- Miss Peach (A pale creamy peach)
- Miss Berry (A pale, true creamy pink)
The formula has a paste-like quality that blends brilliantly well. It’s soft, creamy, and quite a nice little blusher. The blush wears like a stain so I got a nice long wear out of it, possibly eight hours without fading. The finish is that of a cream so it lacks shimmer or sparkle of any kind and has a matte formula but no worries it doesn’t look or feel dry.
I do think…
The shades are suited for more Asian skin with yellow undertones and overall fairer skin type. The only shade that really had a good color pay off was Miss Tangerine and it does take a special kinda of person to pull it off since it is a pretty loud shade of neon. It’s fun but but doesn’t come across as natural as I had hoped for.
Miss Peach could prove a nice slice of color for those with extra pale skin but most won’t be able to see much in the way of pigment from this one. And Miss Berry also has a very subtle color pay off.
If I’m honest, I’d say most of the shades proved difficult for me to wear.
- Those with fairer skin and possibly yellow undertones.
- Those wanting a long wearing cream blusher.
- Those with fairer skin (Miss Berry and Miss Peach are subtle shades that should suit paler skin nicely).
- Those unwilling to deal with shopping online, airmail fees, possible jacked up prices, etc…(these are available exclusively in Korea and a few select Asian countries).
- Those with medium or darker skin (most of the shades are unsuitable for many tones outside of really fair ones).
I liked the blush formula alot but the shades prove a tad difficult for me to pull off. Most are best suited to a fairer skin tone. I can probably make Miss Berry and Miss Tangerine work with the addition of other products but on their own they aren’t up to my standards in the pigmentation department.
Anyone try them?
This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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