Etude House Lovely Cookie Blusher in #8 Blueberry Pie

11:07 PM Moi Sanom 2 Comments

Etude House Lovely Cookie Blusher in Blueberry Pie 

With Etude House security sticker
As I have stated in a previous review, I am obsessed with pastel colors!
And talking make up colors, my particular obsessions are Periwinkle and Lavender.
Periwinkle make up products are surprisingly difficult to come by, I guess I will have to wait until they are fashionable and stock up then.

All pastel look using the Cookie Blusher and Periperas Lavender tint. Just missing that touch of Periwinkle though!
For now I can do so with Lavender products since the color Orchid is this years Pantone color.
If you don’t know what it means, it doesn’t really matter!
Just that everyone is all of a sudden obsessed with Orchid shades aka pastel purple pinks.
Anywho, I love Lavender and Etude House released a very adorable looking blush in just that shade!
I read many favorable reviews on this and after checking out several different types of Lavender blushes, and not being able to decide on any in particular, I got this one sent to me by a friend from Korea.
It must have been fate, since it has now become my favorite blush!

The little ones were in  beach mode today, Leonore was caught changing into a Bikini in the background *gasp*
The texture of this blush is finely milled and super silky.
It looks and feels great on my face.
Even though it is matte there seems to be a very pretty light reflection action going on.
In some lights it looks almost like a highlighter but there is no shimmer in the actual blush.

The finger application would be far to much blush on my face but it shows the color nicely in the photograph
There is no smell to the blush, and even though some people have hated on the adorable little puff, I think it is absolutely OK to use if you have nothing else.
I have used both a blush brush and the puff and I feel like the color applies well with both.

Even though the color is on the pale (aka whitish) side it doesn’t look cakey or fake at all!
That was one of my biggest worries, since I thought this blush might only look good on very pale people.
Even though I photograph pale I am not of fair complexion and finding a Lavender shade that looks good is hard on a yellowish tan skin tone.

The color is definitely Lavender, it becomes pinker the more you layer it though.
So since it is a very soft color it is very hard to photograph it how it actually looks.

It looks much brighter in real life!
The blush is very layerable, so it looks great to give you color but still keeps that dead look, or add more to make you look more alive.
It really is up to you and your preferences.
I have made both dead and alive looks with it and I think it works great!

Here I added it to my Vampire look to emphasize paleness

Rating: 1.Blegh  2. Pff  3. Meh  4. Oohh  5. Awwyeah 6. Wooha

Ingredients: Couldn't find any, please let me know if you do.

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I wonder if the other Cookie Blushers are just as nice?
There is a Burgundy looking version, #12 in Plum Mousse Cake, that looks amazing!
Have you tried the Cookie Blushers, if so what did you think?