The color of the primer is skin toned, which is really great since it matches my skin tone a lot better than white primers. A lot of Korean products wants to make you look paler then you are. Since that is the fashion in Korea. When you are darker in color rather than super pale, this can be a problem due to that these products will make you look uneven (not matching your neck or chest) and paler than natural. Therefor a skin toned primer is the safer choice.
I really have difficulties using Korean green primers. These primers are simply primers to even your skin tone from redness (which I do have) and to make the final result more even. But what always seem to happen on me is that I look like a freakish clown. I turn completely pale and that to me is not even the skin tone at all, that is simply bleaching my appearance.
This is a nice primer, it does what it supposed to. Of course its effect depends on the canvas (your skin’s condition) to begin with. But it does blur the skin and makes it look better. It also fills the pores and makes them less visible. Not like the Innisfree blur primer but still it is an option.
I contacted Etude House due to the question i had about the new applicator on the product and i did get an answer from them. They have changed the doe foot applicator into a brush. So the product i reviewed is the new one. The old applicator was really great but i guess you get a smaller amount when applying with the new little brush instead