I’m baaack! I apologize for being so lazy that I purposely didn’t write anything on this blog. To make it up to you, I’m coming back with a post about my favorite Korean brand when it comes to makeup – Etude House. Regular visitors of Queen Sica would know how much I love this particular brand. Recently after quite some time, I went to visit Etude House in Robinsons Place Malolos and here are the things I got:
My obsession with face mask sheets has been going on since forever! I don’t know about you but I can’t function at work without pampering my skin at least once a week. Usually, I put on a face mask sheet before I go to sleep on Sundays. I put the masks in the fridge for extra comfort. My favorite face mask sheets from Etude House are: Green Tea (moisture and relief), Hyaluronic Acid (moisturizing), and Snail (smooth firming). I have yet to try Collagen (skin firming), Rice (purifying), and Korean Ginseng (revitalizing and nourishing).
The last time I bought an eyeliner was three years ago, when I purchased a complete makeup kit from Etude House. Now that I’m missing creating an artwork on my face, I decided to give this Oh’M Eye Line eyeliner in black. The collection comes in a variety of shades from black to navy, but since I’m always in for a classic look, I put this in my tiny pink cart.
Aside from the adorable container, this eyeliner’s brush made me smile. This kind of brush makes it easier for me to apply a flawless line on my upper eyelids. It’s pure perfection.
Although this isn’t waterproof, this eyeliner promises a long-lasting look without smearing which I hate the most in beauty products.
Up next is the Oh’M Eye Lash mascara. Since I don’t always wear eyeliner, I make sure to put on mascara before leaving the house. In fact, my look is never complete without a few strokes of mascara.
I didn’t like how the brush looks like, though.
Anyway, here’s a photo of my eyes with and without mascara. Be the judge.
Since my purchase went over Php500, I was given a sample of Pearl Aura Brightening Essence as a freebie. I tried it last night and I can’t wait to get one in its full size the next time I shop at Etude House.
Lastly, I want to share with you the canvas pouch I got from Daiso Japan for (only) Php88. I can now put my beauty stuff in one nice bag that’s fashionable enough to be an actual accessory.