I got my Etude House Dreaming Swan Eye & Cheek Powders a week ago but haven’t had the heart the dig into them yet! They are just too pretty! I love the ballet them of this collection! Etude House recently launched them on their website and they sold out stupid quickly but E-bay shops seem to still have a lot of the collection in stock!
Let’s take a look!
Just a quick note the Etude House Dreaming Swan Collection is available at Etude House’s North America (NA) website. From my experience Etude House NA sells out of new releases very, very, very, very quickly so you might want to take advantage now and grab what you want.
They are a little slow to ship with their free shipping option (typically I get my shipments in about two weeks where as if I purchase from E-bay sellers it is around 8 days sometimes a shy longer but not much) but there prices are very much close to Korean retail and they have the entire collection in stock now where as reputable E-bayers I use like F2Plus1 don’t yet have the collection as of yet!
So if you don’t mind the slower shipping you can grab the collection now at etudehouse.com with Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more (It’s $38 for EMS shipping so your items will ship and arrive faster but I’m typically cheap when it comes to shipping and I just go with the free option).
P.S. I’m not sure if they have any Princess Days upcoming so that might be incentive to wait! I was impatient so I just ordered as soon as it popped up online! Reviews as soon as I get my order!
The new Etude House Dreaming Swan Makeup Collection for Spring 2015 has launched in Korea this week. Well, technically the Etude House Dreaming Swan Collection got a sneaky little tease across social media with a launch on Etude House’s Korean website but from my understanding it’s getting a launch in stores this April but no date hasn’t yet be shared. I’ve been visiting the Etude House International website portal today in the hopes they would update with the collection but nothing yet.
The collection is a beautiful assortment of delicate, soft shades inspired by the ballet. From my understanding the collection was created in collaboration with Kerrie Hess. If Kerrie’s name seems familiar that would be because she’s worked with Chanel as a fashion illustrator!
Take a look below at the Etude House Dreaming Swam Collection!