This has been my go-to makeup look last month. It’s quick and easy with only few products to use. 🙂
Good news, Missha fans! In case you don’t know yet, Missha will have a soft-opening at V-Mall inside Cinderella.
At least this is good for Missha lovers near the Greenhills shopping area. 🙂
I just found out, even as a Missha user since years ago, Boa was their spokesmodel. Yeah, I’m one of those easily influenced when a favorite celebrity becomes a spokesperson for a beauty brand. XD;
The boyfriend and I went on our first visit at a nearby board gaming place. I prepared early so I can take photos. 😀
Here’s another (easy) office/work make-up look. For this, I use mostly those from the Laura Mercier Luxe Colour Wardrobe Dual Decker Colour for Eyes & Cheeks which I have been happily using ever since I purchased it. Total Laura Mercier convert now that I already have a couple in mind for my next purchase from them. 😀
- Korres Antiageing Primer
- Missha Moist Foundation in Warm30
- theBalm Sexy Mama
- Maybelline Coverstick in Light Beige
- Laura Mercier Barely Pink Second Skin Cheek Color
I received this Missha Deep Sea Water Aquarism Foundation along with my Missha Moist Foundation in Warm30.
No. 23 is medium tan as you see below. This may seem it is for brown or tanned ladies, but I am medium-fair and I am able to use this because it becomes lighter/fairer when further applied on the face until it becomes translucent.
For me, this foundation:
- Leaves a translucent and dewy finish
I’m going to challenge myself to write at least ten posts this week excluding this one. *crosses fingers* XD Anyway, on to my Missha Moist Foundation review.
I got my tube of Missha Moist Foundation from my mum who got it from a convention. This was a giveaway included with the Missha Finish Pressed Powder and several others that I will be reviewing someday. LOL
In the picture above, that’s the actual color of the foundation. It looks like it’s for tan skin. But because it is translucent, it has a natural finish that is quite near to my skin tone except it gives a bit of shine. See below:
My brother was bored last Sunday, so he invited me to go to the mall with him. Because I was so busy with online stuff I wanted to get done as well as work out, I was left with little time to prepare. Here’s a look I came up with:
- Etude House BB Magic Cream
- Maybelline Yellow Corrector Concealer
- Revlon Beyond Natural in Nude – Bronzer
- Missha Finish Pressed Powder
- Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
- Estee Lauder Smoothing Creme Concealer in Medium 03
Hi all! I apologize for not updating here lately. I went on a trip last month and haven’t gotten around to go through the beauty products I got then. Even those before the trip. 😛 Anyway, I’ll eventually get to them. Here’s my review of the Missha Finish Pressed Powder that I got from my Mum. She gave it to me with some eyeshadows and two liquid foundations still from the same brand. She said someone gave them away during their Philippine Dental Association Convention. Missha is actually the first Korean beauty brand I got.
I had a ToyCon FOTD draft, but decided against on posting it. The makeup was too light then (or the pictures came out that way), so it seemed pointless to post makeup that’s not too obvious or hardly visible. I deleted the pictures yet I couldn’t take not posting an FOTD. So last night I came out with this look:
- Missha Moist Foundation
- Maybelline Yellow Corrector
- Estee Lauder Smoothing Creme Concealer
- Estee Lauder Pure Color Long Lasting Rouge in Nectarine