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.
If you’re a fan of the Sleek Makeup i-Divine Palettes and want a new and exciting way to wear ‘em do check out the new Sleek Make i-Divine Primer Palette.
The Skin Food Black Raspberry Eye Cream caught my eye because of the sweet packaging that looks like a little jar of jam. Sweet isn’t it?
But it also had my attention because I’m an absolute fool for any eye creams the Korean brand puts out. I really love their eye creams but they have one major quirk….
Tony Moly is a Korean brand that makes a range of color cosmetics and skincare. I recently got a package from a friend who lives in Korea that included Tony Moly Baby Doll Pot Concealer, obviously she knows my obsession with concealers well!
I generally like Asian concealers since many of them have a highly emollient formula which blends like butter. I was eager to try out this concealer in the hopes I’d have great results.
Let’s take a look!