Saturday, March 22, 2014

Etude House Sweet Recipe Chocolate Highlighter

Good evening ladies,

I own only 1 highlighter and haven't bought any others as I'm not quite sure what color would be right for me. So when I told Dawn that, she gave me this to try. So here's a short review coming from a high lighter noob for noobs like me. :)

I have to say, this specific collection is quite appealing to me, I mean, food concept. Just makes me want to get more.

Moving on... The palette is not intimidating to use and since it's like three colors in one, you can adjust the blending however you want.

Though I usually just use all of them at once and have not really tried using the individual colors by themselves. I do think that blending them all together helps in making your high light look more natural than just a patch of shimmering white cast on your face.

But for the sake of showing you them individually, here's a swatch of it.

I do believe it's a good investment as the packaging contains quite a lot of the product so at Php 778, you'd be able to buy one that can last you for at least 2 years. Since I use this high lighter so sparingly, it looks as if it's barely been touched. I usually put it at the high point of my cheek and only there as my T-zone is prone to oiling up quick and I really don't want to look like a frying pan.

So that's it for this short noob review of this very nice highlighter.


1 comment:

  1. I like that they're all side-by-side without a pan interfering. I want to see that more realistic, blended highlight :)