Not only does she show you the best way to apply Baby Choux (although I disagree with forehead application) she does an excellent job showing you how to gently palm on BB Cream which is the method I use to apply BB Cream for the most flawless finish.
Take a look!
P.S. Off topic but I’m a little late posting this but thought some of you in my fandom would love it. J-Pad tweeted it a month or so ago and I kept meaning to repost it here but forgot. Possibly the best rendition of the Harlem Shake I’ve seen on the Internetz. Jensen has moves.
P.S.S. How much do you love the body bag? Ha!
Happy Monday! Hope the Easter bunny was good to you!
As you know Etude House launched three shades of Sweet Recipe Baby Choux with their new Spring 2013 Collection. I was excited about this because I adore their Peach Base (of a similiar idea) released a few years ago and expected these would be the same formula.
Turns out they aren’t quite like the Peach base but they are however, just as brilliant.
What’s not to love about a chocolate bar shaped eye palette? Etude House’s new Sweet Recipe Chocolate Eyes Palette is shaped like a cute little bar of chocolate and even smells like one (it has a faint chocolate-y fragrance).
I can’t be the only person that thinks this is absolutely adorable!
Etude House Sweet Recipe Dear my Jelly Lips Talk are a newly launched lightweight tinted lipstick that Etude House released with their uber cute Sweet Recipe Spring 2013 Collection.
I was a little skeptical going into this purchase as my experience with the Etude House Miss Tangerine Dear Darling Lips was disappointing. Etude House really fancies creamy lipstick and I don’t really love cream lipsticks. Miss Tangerine seemed like they’d be a transparent balm-like lippie but turned out they were a full color cream formula.
So I was a little worried Dear My Jelly Lipsticks would turn into much the same after getting them and realizing the translucent lipstick I had hoped for appeared quite…CREAM!