Monday, March 18, 2013

Etude House Surprise Stick Concealer: Review


Hi everyone! This is a long overdue post on my thoughts regarding a concealr I bought from Etude House. I got this as a part of their Beauty Kit last year (April) and this has done me good as a part of my previous daily routine. This product is cheap at PHP 328 and I got it in the shade #2 Natural Beige.


To better explain the effectivity of the product, here are some pictures to satisfy your curiosity:

bare

 unblended concealer

blended 

As you can see, this is a good concealer especially for your dark circles.

 bare

 unblended concealer

 blended

It is not impressive in covering up hyperpigmentations but does the job quite okay.


The only thing I don't like about this is that this concealer creases even after setting it with powder!


All in all, this is a good concealer for its price. It's not my holy grail concealer but is good enough for everyday use.

Pros:
- cheap (kinda) at PHP 328
- locally available
- easy to blend
- creamy consistency
- brightens dark circles
- able to conceal redness

Cons:
- creases
- does not conceal hyperpigmentations thoroughly

with love, Anna Luisa

3 comments:

Janet said...

I used to love this concealer too but the only downside is it creases like there's no tomorrow =(

Tyas Alfisa said...

I use this concealer too, could u suggest me a good BB cream for oily skin ?

Anna Luisa said...

@Janet: that's true. T_T

@Tyas: I have oily skin too and so far I like the Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream but it's not completely matte. I like to set it with powder afterwards. :)
http://lotsofgirlstuff.blogspot.com/2014/01/2-in-1-review-bb-creams-missha-and.html