I am so in love with the Etude House’s Ballerina themed collection, the result of a wonderful collaboration with international high fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess.
Featuring the all-time favorite Precious Mineral Any Cushion which is probably the BEST cushion foundation by Etude House. I can’t stop gushing about how great the the coverage is, that natural glow it gives out and how it keeps the skin feeling hydrated despite long hours of wear. Seriously, I could go on and go. This is definitely my MUST HAVE and HOLY GRAIL cushion compact foundation.
Now, if you love your Any Cushion as much as I do then you would want to dress it up. So here we have the Dreaming Swan casing to beautify the Precious Mineral Any Cushion.
It is real simple to switch casings, in fact, it is the same way you change your refills. Just pop up the inner compartment which the cushion foundation is and just slot it into the new casing.
Well, that is not all, you must check out the Dreaming Swan Limited Edition Value Kit from the collection! Wow, it seems like everything in this Dreaming Swan collection just oozes of saccharine sweetness.
Don’t have much space in your handbag for your makeup? Then all you would need is this lovely mini pouch which is able to hold a lipstick, blush and your any cushion compact.
Isn’t it so versatile and convenient to have a 2 in 1, eye and cheek color compact?
I had received both coral shades to try out, the OR225 for lips and the coral #2 for the eyes and cheeks. I’d usually pick coral over pinks anytime because I find that it compliments my skin better. Here’s my MOTD featuring the Precious Minerals Any Cushion on the face, Dreaming Swan’s OR225 on the lips and coral #2 for the cheeks. Eyeliner & false eyelashes are from other brands.
You may have noticed that the coral #2 is a very sweet peach shade with shimmers but it is rather light too. So you might need more to dust on more if you want an obvious blush.
Lovely fantasy, Dreaming of being a ballerina, Dreaming Swan… check out and shop the collection over at www.etudehouse.com