The Etude House Sweet Recipe Collection launched recently in Korea much to fans excitement. Obviously bakery and pastry inspired makeup is drool inducing for makeup lovers or at least that’s the case for me.
Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base (available in three shades) quite reminds me of my beloved Etude House Peach Magic Base but with a new creamy formula.
Dior Addict Lipstick in Espiegle was released with the Dior Cherie Bow Collection for Spring 2013. Considering how bold Dior went with their Rose Charmeuse, Espiegle makes the perfect sheerer addition to use in conjunction with those bright shadows.
I feel like Emily the Strange this morning wearing NARS Persia Single Eyeshadow. It creates that sunken in goth girl eye look. I used it with a bit of brown as the shade is too intense to be worn alone. Even though, if it was up to me, I’d probably wear it all over my lid and happily go around with bright tangerine lids.
Shrug, I’ve worn weirder shades in the past I’m sure.
I was browsing the Tony Moly site recently, creating my master lemming list when my little eye spied the new (not that new, believe it launched this past Summer) Panda’s Dream Goodbye Dark Eye Corrector.
I don’t need more eye correctors, concealers, serums, and potions but of course, like Sana’s useless Make Essence Concealer I decided Tony Moly’s Panda’s Dream tidbits should be added to my stash.
At around six dollars each (in Korea) they aren’t too bad a price to splurge and I won’t cry overly much when they don’t work. I’m a skeptic to say the least.