Etude House Water Color Blusher Review & Swatches
Looking for a lightweight blush for Summer? The new Etude House Water Color Blush might be the ticket for you! This cute little blusher is housed in a little oil paint tube. Cute right? Is your inner artist loving this packaging?
These just recently launched in Korea in four shades for Spring/Summer 2013.
Take a look!
These have a creamy texture and give cheeks a very natural hint of color. The formula has a thicker, creamier texture that you can dot easily onto cheeks and blend out to add just the right amount of color to skin. They are virtually fool-proof to apply and make for an easy application.
For a cream blush they have an excellent wear time on my cheeks. Typically blush sticks and creams slide off my face rather quickly but this formula acts as more of a stain as I can get through my entire day without a touch up. Color stays true without fading away quickly even in a warmer climate. I wore the shade all day last Saturday in around 70 degree weather, outside, and didn’t have a single hiccup! The lasted through my day of running around and well into my night of running around without reapplying!
They are very tiny in size and I find the color has a sheerer color pay off but they do build. However, if you a tube daily I can see it going really quickly!
Overall, they are a cute blush for Summer. They aren’t terribly pigmented but they do give cheeks a very natural finish that looks quite lovely!
Definitely a cream blush worth picking up!
I got mine off E-bay from seller F2PlUS1 (not affiliated) for $7.99.
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by the Muse for review purposes.
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