I’ve been playing around with my Etude House Princess Etionette Heart Blusher for the past few weeks and decided to review them today. These are a darling, limited edition release from Korean brand, Etude House for the Holidays.
As you can see from this post and some of my prior posts, it’s the darling packaging the blush comes in that really seals the deal. With a swoon worthy jar and little conversation heart piece blushes what’s not to love about this entire presentation?
As gorgeous as it is I fear a bad review upcoming…!
Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Foam is a fluffy cleansing foaming wash from Japan that I use daily. Being a big fan of the original Airy Whip from Softymo this is of course, a fast fav for me
If you’re looking for a basic cleanser that you can use after a pre-wash with cleansing oil this does the trick nicely!
Etude House released Princess Etionette Crystal Powder for Holiday 2012 along with two very lovely Blushers. This week I decided I’d review this very pretty powder!
I’m sure I’m going to create some lemmings with this.
Take a look!
Here’s a little sneaky peek at the Etude House Princess Etoinette Crystal Powder. I already posted a bit about the blush so the powder seemed like an excellent follow up.
This is a shimmering finish powder with silica for mattifying.
Let’s take a look!
I have a review upcoming of the new Etude House Princess Etoinette Blusher but today I thought I’d share a few photos first. As you know two colors of this limited edition blush was recently introduced for Holiday 2012 from Etude House.
The collection was launched in Korea a few short weeks ago and features a variety of very sweet, princess-y makeup pieces that are far more affordable and quite similiar in style to Japan’s Les Merveilleuses de Laduree Collection.
Here’s a tiny peek at the blushes!