|Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base|
Let's just say that I seldom use any any make-up to prettify my face with this: it can even out my skin tone, hide my pores and give this almost porcelain dewy effect plus with extra layer it can somehow lighten (by covering of course) the appearance of my dark circles. I'm a fan natural looking skin or the no make-up make up look so coverage is not a problem to me.
Now I sounded like I'm advertising but I'm not, really. It's just that it's my first time to encounter this type of make-up base plus I'm new to make-up so I was astounded with the effect it's gives me.
This number 2 Berry Choux gives a little pinkish glow to my dull white face. It's like it has bits of pearls or something that gives my face an illusion of illumination.
|This light and fluffy choux cream-like base creates baby choux skin with it's moist inside and soft smoothness on the outside|
|SPF25,PA++ #2 Berry Choux|
11000 won for tube type
Another thing that I think is a con to this product is that when I apply to much it makes my skin so white that I have to wash my face again but (again) if there's a con to that then a pro is also present that is I can use the product longer since I do not have to use a lot, that's a big savings for me (and for you to!).
|small bottle with great product inside|
Directions for use is pretty basic. The box says just smooth over the entire face a choux cream-like soft, smooth complexion. I on the other hand put one pea size each on my cheeks, forehead and chin then spread the product outward then pat face for an even natural looking look.
The pretty bottle only contains 25g but with the right amount of usage can last for a whole year. I'm using mine for around three months already and it's still 7/8 full (the picture is the evidence).
The frosted bottle and the cap looks elegant by the way, it makes my cube look girly. The box also looks cute, it's like a miniature cake box. Overall, packaging is pretty amazing, I just hope Etude House could do something with the description. I mean "1 spoon of moisture, 2 spoons of soft smoothness"? I know Etude House is trying to be cute but really what does the statement really means?
|ingredients just in case your interested|
Thanks for reading. Till then. Bye!