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Brand Special: Etude House!


I can't remember when I first became aware of the Korean beauty brand 'Etude House', but DO remember being in absolute awe of their super cute packaging. It's all very girly and pink. 

Before Christmas, as I was doing some research, I discovered that months earlier Etude house had brought out a collaboration with Disney. To me this was a match made in heaven. In the collab, there were four sub collections that were each based upon a Disney princess; Snow White, Belle, Cinderella and Jasmine. After a thorough look on eBay I discovered that some pieces of the collection was available; making me squee with happiness.
One of the items I got was the Princess Rose Cheek Blusher. This was a part of the Belle collection and came in two varieties; Pink Rose and Coral Rose. My first impression was that the packaging was cute; the blush came in a box designed like a storybook.


The spine of the book includes the quote 'I want so much more than they've got planned'.


The formulation is very soft and almost creamy (though it is a powder blush). It is very pigmented, without being too 'in-your-face'. It has tiny little shimmers in it, which gives the face a brightened flush.


The other product that I got from the Disney collection was the Princess Happy Ending Moisture Vivid Lipstick. This was available in both the Snow White and the Belle collections. There were two colour options; Apple Red and Purple Rose.


On the side of the packaging is the quote 'Everything's going to be alright'.


I chose the Apple Red variety, which again came in super cute packaging. The box was white with red and gold images on it, such as apples, tiaras and castles.


The colour is a vivid bright red that's very much 'in-your-face'. The formula is very smooth and creamy, leaving the lips feeling very moisturised. It also leaves a nice shine to the lips too!

I was super hyped from buying these two that I bought another product from outside the Disney collab. I had been looking for a cream blush to round out my current collection, and I kept seeing a cream blush from Etude House all over eBay.



This is the Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Colour. It is a cream blush that comes in five different shades that are all named after sweet desserts. In the collection there is: Blueberry Cheesecake, Orange Choux Cake, Peach Sugar Cake, Raspberry Mousse Cake, and Strawberry Chiffon Cake. How yummy do they sound!

I chose the Blueberry Cheesecake, which is a very light lilac shade. It's pigmentation is strong (I only have to apply it lightly to my cheeks), and it's VERY long lasting. Although it is an all over colour, I only use it as a cream blush. It is very similar in colour and tone to MAC Saint Germain which I use on the lips instead.

What do you think? Have you tried any Etude House products before? You have to admit that they are super cute and feminine!

Louise x x

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