My run in with the lip products released with the Etude House Miss Tangerine Collection is turning into a downward spiral of bad picks. I really was hopeful that some of the orange-y shades would prove wearable but sadly, so far, it’s just not happening for me.
The collection is a release of several products themed around the orange trend that takes hold of us almost every Spring/Summer from popular Korean brand Etude House.
Let’s take a look at some of the Miss Tangerine VIP Girl Dear Darling Lips and see if these shades worked for me!
I love the scene of the commercial for Etude House Miss Tangerine when Dara starts munching on the little powder puff from the Cheek Ball.
He! I crack up when I see that part. So cutes!
Etude House Miss Tangerine Cheek Ball is one part blush and one part highlighter housed in a tiny little ball with a puff for application. It was released as part of the new Etude House Miss Tangerine Spring Collection in Korea.
Let’s check it out!
More Etude House Miss Tangerine coming your way today! Hope you’re enjoying the coverage of this beauty abroad collection! Today I was messing around with the Etude House Miss Tangerine LUCIdarling Fantastic Rouge. LUCIdarling Fantastic Rouge is not a new product but the packaging has been revamped and two new shades have been released themed around the Miss Tangerine Collection.
The main shade, as you may have guessed, is a tangerine orange and the other a mod-ish pink. They are paired up with the looks that you can create with the new eyeshadow quads from the collection.
Let’s have a little peek!
It’s a very exciting time for Etude House Spring 2011 as they have introduced their newest collection, Miss Tangerine, featuring Sandara Park (Dara) as their promo model. I haven’t been this excited about a release from Etude House since their Peach Collection a few seasons ago!
The collection, as you might have guessed, is themed around the orange trend that seems to take hold of us again this Spring/Summer or in the case of Etude House, the tangerine trend!
I, unfortunately, look scary in oranges or tangerines. I can do peach and coral but orange is a no go on my lips (maybe my lids and cheeks but not my lips).
I think Etude House Miss Tangerine takes the trend to a new level making it wearable, sweet, and fun. It’s a youthful, girlish look and not the bolder, harsher edge you see here in the Western market.
I’ll be reviewing pieces from the collection over the course of the next few days!
I hope you’ll enjoy this look into it.