Friday, August 22, 2014

Etude House Face Color Corset (#6): Review

What are the things you take note of in a bronzer? Is it the brand? Packaging? For a heavy handed person like me, I like my bronzer to be not so pigmented. This is because in my case, applying bronzer to contour my face is essential and it is one of the most crucial part of my face makeup. For me, it's super easy to mess up contouring because too little shading will not yield to one's desired effect and too much would make one look muddy. But if I had to risk one over the other, I'd rather have too little.

It's easy to build up color little by little but once you apply too much, it's harder to fix. That is why I have nothing but praises for Etude House Face Color Corset in Shading Sexy Fit. It is the perfect contouring shade that looks natural on my medium to light skin tone. I love how it subtly defines my face without making it seem like I applied anything on my skin. It has a nice matte finish that I prefer.

The packaging is also cute with printed hearts up front and lace design embossed on the actual product.

Here's an old photo of me, using the Etude House Face Color Corset in Shading Sexy Fit

This was my first ever matte contouring shade and I highly recommend it for anyone out there, especially for beginners.

with love, Anna Luisa


Mango said...

I look for something not too orangy in a bronzer. I'm not sure how this one would look on my face, but it certainly worked well for you! Lovely blog girl :)

Add me via GFC or Youtube and I will follow back :)

xoxo, Mango ❤

JHANZEY said...

It looked great on you! I'm not sure if I could pull off a shade that's a bit orangy though! Nice review :)

Uisa said...

Thank you! I will definitely check both your blog and youtube out. :)

Uisa said...

Thanks Jhanzey! :)