Skin Food Royal Honey Density Concealer is a branch off concealer launched along with the Skin Food Royal Honey Skincare Collection.
Skin Food actually has a BB Cream Stick in this collection as well which I’ve been meaning to pick up and try.
I’m not sure when the Royal Honey line launched but it’s fairly new. I haven’t indulged myself as of yet but was curious, of course, about the concealer.
Have a look!
Missha The Style Eye Makeup Speedy Remover Stick takes boring old q-tips to a new and exciting level.
I dunno about you but I make a hecka mess when applying eyeliner or sometimes if I do too many coats of mascara I end up with some on my upper eye area.
Yeah, not pretty.
Mistakes happen during makeup application that’s a fact but for easy clean up a Q-Tip always comes in handy or better still Missha’s Speedy Remover Stick.
Lotree is one of (of many) Korea’s more visually pleasing brands as I like to call them. This is a brand that really pays close attention to it’s packaging and wraps things up in a royal purple and silver gorgeousness that simply reeks elegance.
My experience with the brand hasn’t always been pleasant. The packaging is a little misleading as how can anything wrapped in purple and silver prove awful? But indeed, like many Korea brands the fancy packaging doesn’t always lead to a superior formula.
However, there’s been a product or two that’s popped up at me and became a keeper.
Lotree BB Primer Tinted Control Base SPF 21 is one such product.
Take a look!
At a glance and a swatch Skin Food Sugar Cookie Blush is incredibly disappointing. Perhaps for a super fair skin tone but for me? No go.
I purchased it in Winter Cherry, proceeded to swatch it and was crushed that it barely showed up on my skin. I liked the color and was kinda hopeful it would prove a more pink version of Tarte Glisten but that swatch really slayed me.
Needless to say I tossed it on the side for a few days and almost didn’t bother trying it out.
Sure glad I finally reached for it!