The smell is the typical Etude house smell, I do prefer my products to be without scent and I do feel that this has a quite strong smell.
The packaging is nice and simple, with just a tube of product.
The finish is dewy but not too dewy, so I do think even people with oily skin could use this. It does have a gray cast (at least the shade sand) and it is not a complete match for my skin tone. I was expecting it to oxidize into fitting me better, but It never did. So, I need to warm it up with some bronzer.
I really like these shadows. They are mainly easy to apply and are well pigmented. The purple one can become a little patchy but the brown came on really smoothly.
There will be some fallout when working with them, and the sparkle will transfer. I seem to get that with every shadow I use anyway so that is not a downside for me.
I really love the packaging, it is simply perfect.
I am a total sucker for aloe Vera gel. The first time got in contact with this amazing product in Kenya as an exchange student there. I bought a tube and I have been hooked ever since.
This aloe gel is really amazing. It is really moisturizing and I use it on myself and on my kids and really aloe gel is all you need for your body. I use aloe gel for a lot of different things like…
I bought two versions of this because I was really curious (mainly because it was so cheap) that I really wanted to try them out.
The versions I bought was bamboo (soothing) and Camellia (moisturizing).
They do the job, that is clean your face, but without that squeaky-clean feeling, but afterwards my skin is clean and it doesn’t leave any residue on my skin after I rinse it off.