That's a great thing because I used to have so much redness and tiny pock marks that I was ashamed of my photos. ☹
A confident blogger is a happy blogger.
Just as promised, a list of the products on my photo from the last post. This post will also serve as a mini-review.
Mini Review for Etude House Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Color in PK002
You'll be wanting to take a lick because of its sweet strawberry scent but try not to! It is a multi-purpose product- color for lips, eyes, and cheeks. It gave a very subtle color on my cheeks, like a natural flush. But you may have to apply much because the color is very soft. I did not like its application on my lips because the color does not stay put and makes every crack and crease so obvious. I haven't tried it on my eyes.
Missha Art Designing Cashmere Loose Powder in No. 2 Natural Beige
I love how it's light and quite translucent on my skin. The color of mine is No. 2 Natural Beige, which is a warm beige color. It is lightly scented- quite reminiscent of rubbing alcohol- which I really don't mind. The coverage is light. I think it's good for sensitive skin because I haven't broken out, which happens when I try on new products.
When I put on make-up, I am always fascinated by the transformation although I've done it a million times. I love seeing our strongest assets and making them even more noticeable and taking our weakest features and making them better. That's the power of cosmetics- which actually came from the Greek word for "cosmos"- making sense out of chaos.
Face: Innisfree Real Skin Color Control Cream, Almay Line Smoothing Concealer in Light, Missha Art Designing Cashmere Loose Powder in No. 2 Natural Beige
Cheeks: Etude House Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Color in PK002
Eyebrows: NYX Eyebrow Pencil in Brown
Lips: Etude House Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Color in PK002, Anna Sui Lipgloss 304 (Candy Pink)
*This is NOT a sponsored post