[REVIEW] Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You Jewel

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review:

For this collection they made a bunch of individual shadows that include from glitter to matte, from pink to brown, meaning they made them in the most common Korean preferences. But for once that is actually good, since we all get this for the package amirite? I asked them to give one to me at random and this one is the one I got. Surprisingly it’s not the most popular shade!

The names of all product shades are adorable. Other than this “I like you” you can also find adorable stuff like “don’t be sad”, “cheer up”, “a spoonful of honey”, and all types of emotions like “gloomy piggy” and “shy piggy”.

Claims:

+ This shade includes gold, white, and blue pearls making it a lovely and sweet jewel pink.

+The spark of the jewels will make your eyes dazzling.

+ Mix and match your look with the 10 available richly pigmented colors.

Ingredients:

Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Talc, Magnesium Stearate, Nylon-12, Diisostearyl Malate, Titanium Dioxide, Neopentylglycol Diethylhexanoate, Octyldodecylstearoyl Stearate, Dipentaerythritol Hexahydroxystearate / Hexa Rosinate, Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Synthetic Wax, Diphenylsiloxyphenyltrimethicone, Tin Oxide, 1,2-Hexanediol, Barium Sulfate, Glyceryl Caprylate , Red No. 202, Ultramarine, Red Iron Oxide, Yellow Iron Oxide, Rosin

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

Volume: 2g

How to use:

Apply on the eyelid with the finger or a brush.

My Skin Type: Hooded, oily, darkened eyelid with thin skin.

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review:

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

The design is adorable but it’s so simple that it’s not worth talking about it – it’s a simple eyeshadow box with a picture printed in it. The first time I swiped my finger on the shadow I saw this and was super excited!

I believed it was truly a pigmented shadow so unlike Koreans’ tastes and preferences and also unique in my collection.

Sadly, it was not to be.

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

When you swatch it, it becomes like half the intensity it had on the finger. No matter how many times you try to apply it on the same spot!

However it is still beautiful, maybe even more beautiful? It is less pigmented, yes, but it is more wearable while still being super glittery.

And being less intense actually has another advantage! You can use it as a blush/highlighter, just spread it a lot as I show on the photo on the right.

So, to me the lack of the promised pigmentation in the end was not a bad thing, in this specific shade.

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Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

My eyelid is dark and I only use a eye primer when I’ll be out the whole day, so usually this is how it looks on me. The white and blue speckles and the pink pigment are always visible, but in my case I never saw any gold after applying.

What it does is probably balance out the color to warmer skins, while the blue balances it out to colder skins.

The longevity is quite “meh”, there is no other word for it. It lasts more with a primer, but without one you need to reapply every two hours to keep a decent level of pink.

It’s okay in an easy to use daily shadow, though, for people like me who do one color looks often. And it does apply easily with the finger.

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

But because I really wanted that pigmentation they promised, I tried doing the thing. That thing where you add water, toner, or an appropriate eyeshadow liquid to concentrate and pack those colors on your skin!

Unfortunately this formula always just becomes pasty and heavy, and dries faster than others I have tried, so that is definitely a no on the strong pigment.

It works when you use it as a liner though.

Etude House Happy With Piglet Look At My Eyes PK018 I Like You (Jewel) Review

In the end the eyeshadow is still really pretty, and is usually so pretty by itself that this is how I end up using it. Just a simple cushion, eyeshadow over the lid and on the cheekbones, and a pink lippie to match.

If I must say (and I must) I’m a little sad that the Pooh lippie clashes with this color, they make each other look warm and cold and clash a little when I tried them together. But pink is always good, right?

I wouldn’t say I recommend this eyeshadow if you’re looking for good stuff, the quality really isn’t all that special. You can easily find better quality in Kiko and similar affordable brands, that often sell at the same price as you would get this one for.

But the triple speckle with the pink background is pretty, so if you’re already ordering something for yourself it’s cheap and pretty enough to add to the cart. So basically you have a pretty shadow with meh quality (even for the price).

But it is pretty. And it is cheap.

Depends on how much eye makeup you collect, and on the makeup styles you like too. If you just want a hint of color then this one is pretty special. If you really would like a pretty pink… it will only work if you’re pretty pale (I’m a Korean 21).

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Where to buy:

eBay | Yesstyle


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