The Muse has been so swamped she forgot she still has some left over bits to review from the Etude House Collage Moistfull Collection. Anyone get a chance to haul any of these bits yet? I know some of you are a big a fan of Korean Cosmetics as I am so do share your thoughts if you snagged any of it!
Today I’ll be reviewing my favorite item in the collection which is the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence-In Foundation. This is probably one of the more important pieces in the collection.
Jump ahead to hear my thoughts.
I’m still testing out the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Collection, little slow I know. It’s been kinda an uneventful ride so far in all honesty. I’m not really particularly glad or sad that I purchased the entire collection but as of late Etude House is kinda a small blip on my beauty radar as it’s been a while in between stunning collections.
Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence-In Base is what today is all about so take the jump for the review.
So dudes….I’m so into the Skinfood Lettuce and Cucumber Collection at the moment. It’s totally taking over my skin life and making it so normal! It’s pretty much Winter here in my little city and the harsh New York air should be getting busy around this time making my cheeks patchy, my middle brow area flaky, and other fun dry skin havoc.
But I beat that!
So far I’ve tried two items from the Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber line and it’s totally making my skin behave normal. No patchy dry skin, no flakes…this must be what it feels like to have normal skin!
To think I was just bragging to you how my skin is bulletproof but wanna know one thing that makes me break out like a teenager? Freaking Benefit Dr. Feelgood!
The cute packaging slays me but man oh man this stuff breaks me out something fierce. I have no idea what causes the problem but damn straight I get a face full of pimples whenever I attempt trying it out.
Shills Miss Perfect Pores Hide recently captured my attention. Knowing how bad Dr. FeelGood is for my skin didn’t really stop me from wanting to try this out regardless. It’s the packaging, the damn packaging does me in every single time.
I swear most bloggers (and perhaps readers too!) would look down their noses at me for reviewing skincare within a week or two of testing it out but that’s how the Muse rolls.
In all seriousness my skin is like a bulletproof vest. I can pretty much test out anything and not break out. I imagine if I took to slathering acid on my face I’d probably be quite alright. That’s just how my skin is. So of course I do declare that I can pretty much get a feel for a moisturizer within first use. I can make a snap decision on the spot if I love it or if I hate it after first use.
My experience with Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber Water Drop Essence was a quickie I love you, I can’t live without you situation.