Friday, 30 October 2015

Etude House Bling Me Prism

So I was browsing online and thought I needed these hahah. 
Got two colours: #01 Honey Glam which is a golden beige shade and #04 Bling Bold which is a golden brown shade. 

The applicator tip is pretty unusual for an eye shadow. But it's probably due to its creamy texture. It's good that it's not in a pot where you will need to either use your finger or a brush. Both will be so tedious to clean up thanks to the fast drying cream and the plentiful shimmer.

Both colour payoff is very strong. Very creamy upon application. You can still blend it after you've applied it but they dry off pretty fast so if you need to smudge it, smudge it fast. One thing I don't really like is the shimmer. It's too much. It's too metallic shimmery for me. 

This is after application which I've already applied other shadows on top. Just used some dark brown powder eye shadow on top of it and I applied the gold beige cream on the inner corner of my eyes,  all super blended out thinly. A word of advice when you use this: start with very little instead of smudging the whole applicator on your lid. Dot little dots on the part you want them to be on. Since the texture is creamy, it'll serve as a semi primer also, letting your powder shadows sit better. I love how it turned out in these pictures but in other lighting it doesn't look as flattering hahah. It's all about the angles. :)

Etude House Bling Me Prism
#01 Honey Glam
#05 Bling Bold

Very strong colour payoff
You only need a little bit every time you apply so that small bottle will last very long

Too shimmery for me
The effect is a little too strong for my liking but maybe I'm just pro lighter looks

I probably won't repurchase these. If you like the strong look, this is the one for you.

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