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Etude House Play 101 Stick Multi-color in 18 review

Etude house play 101 multi color stick, shade 18


Comes in 12 different versions

  • 8-pink highlighter
  • 9-sand highlighter
  • 10 -highlighter
  • 11-shading
  • 12-coral peach
  • 13-rose gold
  • 14-purple
  • 15-orange
  • 16-vital pink
  • 18-Deep brown shading
  • 19-Latte brown shading
  • 20-Gold bronzing
Etude house play 101 stick
Etude house play 101 stick

My thoughts on Etude House Play 101 Stick Multi-color in 18

It is cool toned (which I do prefer since the once that are yellowish tend to look more like a bronzer, and that is not what I am looking for when contouring.

My first impression of this was that it was a little dirty in color but I still keep using it and it is my favorite cream contour so far.

It is really easy to apply; the formula is really smooth and it blends very easy as well. I have dry skin so powders usually make my skin drier. By using a cream product instead my skin becomes happier.

The lasting power is fine as well, it lasts me the whole day. This might be a problem if you have an oily skin type.

The shades is quite dark so if you are on the paler side of the scale I would recommend you to use the lighter shade, 11 or 19.

Still this one is not very strong, which suits me perfectly. I usually don’t go for strong makeup, more towards the natural look. You can always add more color by applying more product. But be sure to look in a daylight mirror so you don’t overdo it.

The scent of this is fine, it smells like cream mainly and it isn’t a scent that bothers me at all.

Etude House play 101 contour stick (4)
Etude House play 101 contour stick (4)

I give this product 6/7

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