Forget the Blur loose powder version – get this pact instead! The loose powder is a great product but it’s a drag to dispense the product. You either get too little by attempting to shake out the clumpy powder, or get too much by dipping your brush directly into the powder. And it’s a mess to carefully measure out the right amount onto the cap, and use that. The pact solves all these problems.
Yesterday’s post showed Innisfree’s Ginger Oil sample card, and since then, I’ve tried out the sample of the Ginger Oil Serum. This is hardly a review, just my impressions on a 1 mL sample.
The primer dries to an almost-unnervingly smooth, silicone finish. I find this to be both amazing (whoa! It gives me perfect skin!) and a bit freakish (whoaaa it makes my skin unreal!). I would re-buy.
Here’s the tinted No-Sebum Blur Powder from Innisfree, released just this March. They already have a highly successful translucent-white No-Sebum Mineral Powder. The tinted version follows along with the new trend of “products that make you look photoshopped”. Etude House, for example, has its Beauty Shot Face Blur.
Let’s look at the Korean equivalent of CosDNA. It’s an app called HwaHae 화해 (birdview.kr), and it’s in Korean. No worries (mostly), because I’m going to translate the menus, and kind of guide you through the app.
6,000 won (approx. 6 us dollars) for the No-Sebum Mineral Powder.
12,000 won for Innisfree Color Glow lipstick in #11 Pink Cranberry.
And that’s my drunken Hongdae “haul”, if two items counts as haul. (Hongdae is one of the artsy/cool/hip university student areas.)
I had a glass of wine in me, and was feeling a bit reckless. I only had plain lip balm on me, and suddenly/tipsily decided that my lip color needed to be fixed RIGHT NOW (I don’t like the dark “natural lip liner” on my lips). Closest shop to me was Innisfree. I usually only purchase after way too much research, and looking up ALL THE COLOR SWATCHES. But after a glass of wine…?