Etude House Princess Etoinette All Over Powder Review & Swatches
Etude House Princess Etoinette All Over Powder is a new limited edition shimmering loose powder that Etude House released with their Princess Etionette Season 2 Holiday 2013 Collection. If you recall last year we had a similar powder but it was a soft, sparkly pink!
This year, things get a little different.
Take a look!
The Etude House Princess Etoinette All Over Powder is very similar in style to last year’s Etude House Princess Etoinette Crystal Powder with a few minor differences. This year, the powder is a soft sparkling white with pearl sparkle versus last year’s pink version.
As you can see it comes in a delightful vintage style powder jar with a ribboned puff for application. It also happens to have a lovely rose and peony scent that’s a softer version of the Eau de Toillete Fragrance I recently reviewed. I think this year the powder is a little more heavily fragranced compared to last year’s version. The jars are also a little different as well with last year’s being white with a beige gold accent and this year being white with a silver accent.
Needless to say it’s a very pretty piece of makeup and if you’re anything like me a lovely piece for your collection of “pretty highlighters” as I like to call them! Etude House created the All Over Powder so you can use it on your face, cheeks, neck, arms, eyes, even your lips if you want for a little hint of sparkle and shimmer! I like adding a touch on my eyes with black eyeliner for a little sparkle without over doing things and allowing the liner to shine through.
Needless to say if you already own pieces from last year’s collection this new Princess Etoinette All Over Powder is going to be a must have! It’s a beautiful piece of makeup and well worth a purchase.
F2Plus1 on E-bay carries it or you can shop for it at their new online store at www.beautynetkorea.com.
It’ll make a lovely gift for a makeup junkie!
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