Comes in 4 shades
N02 Light beige, C02 Rosy Beige (new shade), W 13 Natural beige, W24 honey beige
The product has whitening ingredients (not whitening as in lighten the skin, but as even out the skin tone, read about it here). Wrinkle care, supposed to lock in the moisture and control sebum, high spf and corrects the skin tone.
My thoughts on Etude House Precious Mineral Any Cushion
This is a product I really like, my shade is W24 and it is a perfect match. The foundation is very easy to apply with its special puff, and it feels really lightweight on the skin.
Korean products usually come in very light shades and it is uncommon that you have a lot to choose from. This one does come In 4 shades (they recently added one shade) so they tend to fit a lot of people.
It has a light to medium coverage, which I do prefer, since my skin is rather nice and I don’t have much that needs to be covered. If you do, then you can always add another layer and use a concealer.
After applied it dries rather quickly so the skin doesn’t feel sticky. On my skin it is not very moisturizing and if I have a period when my skin is really dry I would not use this one. The problem occur if I have some dry patches and has not exfoliated, the foundation tend to stick to the dry patches (this is common for most foundations on my skin).
The finish is mainly dewy, but I would call it semi dewy. I think this depends on your skin type. Since I am dry I guess this turns out like a mix. I am really interested in trying their moist cushion and hopefully it is an even better match for me.
The lasting power, without primer or powder I would say is about 6 hours. So that is quite ok. Since it is easy to bring in the purse you can always touch up during the day if one doesn’t use a setting powder.
It does have some scent to it but it doesn’t bother me. The smell reminds me of cream
I give this product 2/7
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