I recently got a XO Memebox I’m Mascara in my Pony X Memebox and got quite excited about it. First off, it’s such basic stuff! Basic is good! No club applicator here, no spikes, no plastic, it’s just a really simple bushier applicator. I kinda like the bells and whistles were left off and it just looked like it was going to work out great for me but add in the fact that the color was such an inky pigmented color and I was all about it.
But yeah, it turned into a mess!
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I picked up one of the Pony X Memebox Sets recently, the Memebox Pony Orange Bloom to be exact (there are three shade selections available and I loved the orange!). I’m all about orange in Summer and the contents of this box was all about orange from lips to cheeks and even eyes!
It’s been a while since I purchased a Memebox as they were getting a little repetitive for me (lots of skincare, no makeup!) but I have to say I’m REALLY happy with the contents of the Memebox Pony Orange Bloom Box and likely will be hauling both the Pink and Brown Box as well!
Let’s take a look!
Memebox recently launched the Yeondukong Easy Brightening Stick as well as Yeondukong Blush Sticks and Contouring ones. This collection of face sticks is actually a collaborated effort between Yeondukong and Memebox! Yeondukong is a beauty guru from Korea (She looks all of 16 years old! Lucky girl!) who does youTube videos.
Since I’m a concealer junkie of course, I had to grab the Yeondukong Easy Brightening Stick ($12) first! This is actually an excellent contouring tool for use under the wells of your eyes and towards your upper cheek bones as it’ll brighten up the area completely. Some gurus have done the same using products like Benefit Lemonaid which I’ve always thought was a damn nifty trick (never tried it myself!)
Let’s take a look at this little brightening stick!
Etude House Beauty Shot Face Blur ($15) is a little pick me up for the girls and guys with dull, lackluster skin. I actually put off trying Beauty Shot Face Blur for a while now! Etude House released it a few months ago but I kept putting off trying it because in promo shots it looks like a glow-y luminous primer of sorts and I dislike any highlighting type primers with a passion as they make my fuller face look even more full.
But finally I did indulge and I’m glad I did as I’m developing as great a love for this as I have for Etude House Baby Choux Base!