Review: Etude House Precious Mineral BB Pact Bright Fit {#W13 Natural Beige} ♥ 에뛰드 하우스 진주알 맑은 BB콤팩트 브라이트핏 {W13 내추럴 베이지} 리뷰
POSTED ON Feb 18, 2014 AT 4:39 PM \\
Hello lovelies ♥ 
Today I'm going to do my first review! The product I'm reviewing is the Etude House Precious Mineral BB Pact in #W13 Natural Beige.

Where to buy it: 
I got mine from eBay but you can also get it on cosmetic-love or roseroseshop.

Product description:

Skin Brightening Pearl Powder & Luminous Effect with Sliding Blurry Powder and Extra Moisture Complex. This compact is comprised of minute pearl powder particles for sheer, silky coverage and long lasting expression. Improved texture for adhesion and brightening.
[Directions: Use puff to gather and apply pressed powder to entire face.]

The box is in pink and is really cute. Total sucker for pink. It has text and sparkles in gold too.

W13 Natural Beige. This powder has SPF30 / PA+++ which is good.

Ingredients and description in Korean. If you don't know or can't read any Korean there are ingredients and description in English too on the side, and that's great! Made in Korea.

Now on to the product:

The powder comes in a round plastic pearlescent compact. The compact has the same color as the Dear My Blooming Lips-talk lipsticks and has a slight pearly shimmer, which I really like. It's not to big and not to small, it fits perfectly in your purse. The packaging is simple, yet princessy and girly.

The plastic is hard and doesn't look like it would break easily but I'm still quite afraid of dropping it or bumping it into something hard as I don't want it to get scratches or crack the powder. (。´∀`)ノ

It has an Etude House logo on the front. As I said before, the packaging is simple, but it's still cute! Etude House really know how to make girls feel like princesses. ♥

Sticker with manufacturing date and additional info o3o

Comes with a super-soft puff with pink, shiny ribbon, which makes the application easier and smoother. 

When you first open the compact there is a thin plastic film separating the puff from powder. The pressed powder has an Etude House logo embossed on it and has in my opinion a quite strong floral scent. Though the scent isn't exactly overwhelming, it kind of lingers on your face but it isn't that noticeable.

You can apply this powder with the puff that comes with it or with a powder brush. The powder has a natural finish and doesn't cake at all. It brightens my skin and makes my skin looks smoother. However, on the days when my skin isn't at its best the powder can enhance flaky/dry spots on my face so for people out there with dry skin you may need to prep and moisturize well before use. The powder has slight shimmer in it but that isn't something someone else would notice (only if they have like REALLY good eyesight, and mine's pretty bad orz) or literally staring down your face. (・∀・)

I would say that the powder has light coverage; the coverage is buildable too. It does cover some redness and small pimples but that's it.

Rating 4 / 5 ♥♥♥

So how was my first review? Is there anything I should keep in mind when writing future reviews?

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