I tried to like this, I really did. Usually, when a product makes me break out, I just keep using it infrequently until my skin gets used to it, but alas, this did not work with Etude’s Yogurt Peel Cleansing Foam. I’m going back to Etude’s cheaper but much more excellent Happy Tea Time facial wash.
Like I promised, I dropped by the Skin Food shop yesterday (MegaMall) to check the local prices of the items I had bought from Korea. You know how I estimated the eyeshadow would cost around PhP 400 here? Well, it’s a bit more than that — nearly PhP 500, actually. I ran out of there straight to the Etude House shop, where everything is cute and not overpriced. Ah, happiness.
My friend T. was in South Korea for a holiday a few weeks back. Because he was nice, he offered to pick up some make-up for me. Of course I took him up on his offer, and immediately sent him a shopping list via e-mail.
I love Korean make-up. They’re really good and they’re so inexpensive (I’m kinda cheap). It’s the same with Korean skin care products. What’s more, they’re made for Asian skin, which is always a plus in my book. Of course, Korean make-up is primarily made for the fairer Korean complexion, which gives me a bit of trouble when picking face powder or foundation, but since I discovered Missha, which has a shade (#23) that matches my skin coloring perfectly, I’ve had no other problems.
Here’s what I got:
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