Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Etude House Shini Star Clear Pact: Review

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This is a product that I've bought last year but I never got to review it. Now I finally am pushing myself to be more active in blogging so I'm finally posting a review of this product for those of you who are curious to know what I think of this product.

It's from the Shinee (K-Pop boy group) Speacial Edition collection and it's called the Etude House Shini Star Clear Pact and I got it as a part of the Etude House Beauty Kit from last year. It is in the shade #1 Peach. The other shade, #2, is in Lavender (Check out Frozen Blossom's review on the other shade over HERE.)

This is a pretty good product and although it's in the shade Peach, I feel that this pact is more of a translucent powder that's made just to set your makeup and control oil but doesn't really offer coverage or color pay-off. I've used this product for a couple of months and I have to say that I'm pretty much satisfied with the product. I wouldn't say it's the best setting powder out there but I wouldn't mind using this product again if I was given the chance to.

This product helps control shine, oil and sets your makeup pretty well without irritating your skin. It also doesn't clog the pores and doesn't cause me to break out. It costs around PHP 478.00. This is a little bit pricier that the usual face powders I get for myself but I think pricing is just right considering you're getting quality clear pact for a little less than PHP 500.00

- locally available
- controls oil pretty well (about 3-4 hours before blotting)
- does the job in setting makeup
- cute packaging
- travel friendly (compact)

- no coverage

with love, Anna Luisa


Sahar said...

It's been phased out already. :(

Anna Luisa said...

@Sahar: Yes, that's true. :( I wish they'd release this line for the second time as a regular line...