Ladies and Gentlebeasts.
I’ve already done a review on one of these, but I have recently picked up a set of 4 for $24 at duty free in Incheon. Such a steal.
Here’s the little box I got them in. They had a small bottle of makeup remover in the place of the 5th lipstick:
If you’ve read any of my blogs or if you’re familiar with Etude House, you’ll know that they are a Korean cosmetic company that puts so much detail into their packaging, making absolutely everything girly and princessy.
This is a permanent collection of lipsticks that are designed to be moisturizing and long lasting at the same time.
So far there are only 10 lipsticks but knowing Etude House, they are sure to expand it in the future.
Here’s what the packaging looks like compared to Dear My Blooming Lips:
The first one I got is RD 302. (Provocative Runway Burgundy)
I just couldn’t resist the vampy colour of this one:
It looks black in the tube, but it’s more of a deep burgundy on the lips:
The next one is OR 301(Hidden Coral Innocent Instinct)
It’s a milky peach colour and it’s very similar to one that I have from the Dear My Blooming Lips Talk collection.
And here is OR 203:
This one is a brighter creamy coral colour. (Assonance alert)
The next one is PK 001:
It’s the perfect Barbie or bubblegum pink.
And the last one is PK 003:
This one is a Cerise pink. It’s just the perfect bright rosy pink.
All of these apply really smooth and seem very moisturizing. They all have that famous Etude House smell. The pink and red ones smell like rose Turkish delights and the orange ones smell like orange.
They retail for ₩9500 a piece. (That’s roughly $9,50 and they are not causing me any allergies. I am very sensitive to cheap lipstick chemicals. Etude house also has sales very frequently. If you are on their point card system and you’ve achieved VIP status, you’ll her a even greater discount on every sale.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed this post. I plan to get the rest of this collection before valentine’s, so keep your eyes peeled for the round up review.