September 28, 2017

Etude House Prism In Eyes Are About To Blow Your Mind

The new Etude House Prism In Eyes Eyeshadow are about to drop in Korea and blow your very mind!

Here’s the deets!

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So, now you’ve seen the pictures and you might be saying to yourself, “Hmmm that looks like a Kiko Water Eyeshadow! Nothing innovative about that!” TRUE! Very true! A few years ago Sephora Prisma Chrome Eyeshadow came out and were a complete dupe for Kiko’s formula but at that time Kiko wasn’t readily available in the US so I was totally happy about their introduction. And Sephora even launched a blush in this formula with the Pantone Color of the Year in 2012 called Prisma Chrome Blush. I’m bringing you way back aren’t I?

These hand poured slurry eyeshadows are a powder with a creamy texture. They really pop on eyes and if you haven’t already do try some of the Kiko ones because they are brilliant!

Anyway the point here is Etude House’s Prism In Eyes aren’t a groundbreaking formula. But the colors they are offering, that’s the really unique thing! Their launch includes some gorgeous wines, corals, reds, and oranges! Shades I haven’t seen from Kiko before. They are stunning in promo images and I have hopes they’ll look this gorgeous in person.

Needless to say I’m gagging to get my hands on these.

Etude House Prism In Eyes arrive in Korea this October and should be available here in the US soon after!

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  • Christina

    Looks good! I’m not a fan of wine tones with my complexion, but I still love me a good shiny eyeshadow, which these probably are. I know they’re similar to MAC’s extra dimension formula, but these look really rich and beautiful.

    • Isabella Muse

      I dunno they haven’t been released yet so I can’t really compare them to the ones I’ve tried from Sephora, Kiko, and Colourpop.

    • Anna Dato

      Total different technology! This is a marshmallow like texture, lightweight with great pigmentation

  • Agona

    You know what’s weird? I can’t do red/orange tones unless they’re Korean/Asian brand. I think they just somehow get the undertone right for my complexion.

    • Isabella Muse

      I agree completely! There’s something about the oranges from Korea that work so great also Japanese red eyeshadow is always so great!

  • Jane

    That’s a whole lot of colors I wouldn’t wear, but that promo pic is gorgeous!

    These kind of look like that NARS dual intensity eye shadow, too.