Etude House Drawing Eye Brow

I bought 3 shades of Etude House brow pencils. This is the one that comes in a twistable triangle pencil and a spoolie on the other end. The product is slightly waxy, so it will tame the brow at the same time. I like that it is a bit triangle, so it’s easy to shape the brow. You can make it thinner or fatter depending on which area you focus on. It is also long lasting, so no problem with having to touch up. If needed, touch up will be easy. 

Shade 3 is a brown which suppose to have a hint of grey, which I guess you can say that. But it’s just not so obvious. On me, it looks alright. But sometime brown can be a bit too indifference.
Shade 4 is a dark grey. It’s almost as close to black, but it’s not so dark. On me it does appear quite dark, but I just feels quite conscious using this.
Shade 5, is a light grey, which is the one most suited to me. Or so I think. It still looks dark, but it’s alright. It’s quite hard to swatch on the back of my hand, but on the brows, it’s good. 

Overall, these brows products are good and easy to use. They transfer well and create natural looking brows. Even if you use it with short stroke or one long stroke, with the help of the spoolie, it’s easy to blend the product. So yeah, good product. 


Collagen Moistfull

Peeling wash, just another facial cleanser that suppose to remove your dead skin cell. I don’t really like it as I feel that it broke my face. There is just something about it that make me not want to use it. 

Toner, very normal. 

Eye cream, I like it cause it’s small. Pointed tube, so a small amount is disperse each time, which is nice. 

Moisturiser, a bit too thick for me. I don’t think it’s good for oily skin. Collagen do sort of tell you is for mature skin, so it won’t be good for oily. 

Overall, not really a fan. Except the eye cream, cause it’s eye cream. I don’t see anything wrong with it. 

Precious Mineral BB Cream

This is a sample size bb cream. It has 3 different variant, so it’s really nice to be able to try out the different type.

Blooming Fit is the most watery among the rest. It’s a beige skin tone shade. A more of a yellow base. It’s quite a thick coverage. At least on the medium side.

Cotton Fit is quite nice. It’s swatch out very pigmented. It’s more brightening. Cause I guess the color is more peachy.

Perfect Fit is the lightest shade. I mean it’s just very light when swatch. I guess the picture don’t do much justice. But it’s more highlighting. It’s ok but it is not good for pores. It just makes my pore looks super obvious.

Color Pop Shine Tint in #06 Bunny Pop

My awesome friend gave me this knowing my love for makeup. Étude House has been around Singapore for a long time but I’ve never try any of their product. So this is a good chance. Plus I’ve been loving lip stains if I’m not wearing dark lips.
This smells lovely. It’s not as thick as other stains. It’s quite on the watery side. The consistency is smooth. It is quite easy to apply.
The light pink doesn’t really reflect on my lips. When swatch, it’s a gorgeous pink. I really wish it will reflect better on my lips. However since my lips are quite pigmented the color doesn’t show through. It looks fine on photos but in real life it is darker on my lips.
It does stain the lips but it doesn’t last. I feel like there can be better stain out there with this kind of consistency. So we shall see, hopefully I do find a better one.