Holika Holika Face 2 Change CC Cream Color Control Cream SPF 32 PA ++ was recently released in Korea. Actually, Holika Holika Face 2 Change CC Cream is one of a few products in the Face 2 Change range but I’ll tell you more about those in upcoming reviews.
CC Creams got a big push this Spring in Korea and more and more brands are launching their own variations. At this point, I can honestly say, I am in love with the CC Cream formulas I’ve tried and dare I say find them even more wearable and user friendly than some of my personal favorite BB Creams. Tony Moly, Skin Food, Etude House, and Holika Holika are just a few of the many brands that are doing CC Creams at the moment.
Let’s take a look!
Innisfree Apple Juicy Cleansing Oil has been keeping my vanity company for a few months now so I thought I’d give it a review. Innisfree is a Korean brand which makes (or made) one of my very favorite BB Creams and it sincerely doesn’t get enough love here on my blog because it really is a great brand with some super offerings.
Apple Juicy Cleansing Oil is one such brilliant offering!
Take a peek!
Looking for a lightweight blush for Summer? The new Etude House Water Color Blush might be the ticket for you! This cute little blusher is housed in a little oil paint tube. Cute right? Is your inner artist loving this packaging?
These just recently launched in Korea in four shades for Spring/Summer 2013.
Take a look!
The Asian market has SPF and sun protection formulas perfected. Missha All Around Safe Block Essence Sun SPF45/PA+++ ($13.99) is proof positive that Asia makes a FAR better and superior sun protection base than anything you can get here in the US.
I typically prefer Japanese and Korean SPF myself due to their texture and ease of use. Anything I find here in the US is typically so greasy, heavy, and smells god awful.
Seriously, try out Missha All Around Safe Block Essence Sun and prepare to be delighted!