Beauty · Eyes

Etude House Bling Bling Eyestick in Ivory Baby Review & Swatch

Anyyeong! Today I’m reviewing Etude House Bling Bling Eye stick in Ivory Baby. This is a eyeshadow stick. I got this eyeshadow stick directly from South Korea when my friend went there. The price was KRW 4000 (about IDR 50.000 or USD 4.00). I was interested to buy one because I thought it’ll be easier to use than the eyeshadow palette. So let’s start the review!

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The packaging of this eyeshadow stick isn’t very girly like any other etude’s product. It’s simple & pretty. To use this product, you only need to take off the cap first then twist the bottom side.

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The texture of this product is creamy. I think the texture is similar to the baked eyeshadow. It also has shimmer. The Ivory baby shade is a light ivory color. I usually use this eyeshadow on the middle of my eyelids to add some shimmery effect. You also can use this eyeshadow stick as a highlighter on the inner part of your eyelids. But I usually use my 101 pencil as highlighter (read the review here)

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Under direct light

 

Etude House Bling Bling Eye Stick

 

 

 

 

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after being blended
Etude House Bling Bling Eye Stick
After being blended

After you apply this product on your eyelid, you have to blend it as soon as you can because after a few minute it’ll dry & can’t be blended. Because of this, the color can stay for a quite long time.

Conclusion:
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☆ affordable
☆ nice color
☆ smooth
☆easy to blend
☆ can be used as highlighter
☆ last for a long time

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♤ none

 

Thank you for your visit 🙂 see you later

schei

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