Right off the bat, I’m going to tell you that I like this product, and it’s worked well for me. Be aware that it is alcohol-based and I can easily smell the alcohol, so it may not be for everyone. Few products are, come to think of it.
Etude House’s Zero Sebum Drying Powder is a matte powder, and part of its newly-released (last month!) Zero Sebum product line.
Presently, my matte powder is Innisfree’s No-Sebum Mineral Powder. Both brands are owned/made by Amore Pacific, so mayyyybe they’re dupes for each other? (Quick answer: NO. Very different ingredients.)
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.
Fresh this week is Etude House’s collaboration with illustrator Kerrie Hess (@kerriehessillustration). Here’s me basically reposting their images, BUT! with my attempts at translating the product names.