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Very BerryI reviewed the Clinique Cheek Pop in Berry Pop* before (full review here) but never got around to posting an FOTD wearing it because I was in the midst of an acne battle during that time — and on the cheek area nonetheless. So, despite my best efforts (okay, maybe not my best because I’m always too lazy to do full coverage makeup) to try and make any blush look good on my skin — I just couldn’t. Moral of the story: skincare is key, ladies. What is good makeup if our skin is acting up. Clinique Cheek Pop in Berry Pop is a vibrant medium-dark fuschia that I honestly wouldn’t dare to even swatch had I been counter-hopping and looking for new makeup to try. At first glance, it seems like a scary shade especially for a subtle blush lover like myself. But upon trying the product (a few minutes after staring at the beautiful gerbera daisy embossing and taking lots of photos of it), I couldn’t have been more wrong.
The LookBy Terry Touche Veloutee (buy here). No foundation or any base product on except for this. I’m so obsessed with this magic wand recently that I’ve been using it almost everyday and actually prefer it over foundation and concealer! This was created by the same person that came up with the YSL Touche Eclat (Terry de Gunzberg) except she went steps further to improve on the YSL version. It doesn’t do full-on coverage for dark circles and the under-eye area, though. Laura Mercier Artist Palette (buy here). I’ve been reaching for this palette recently again because for some reason, I find myself in love with the African Violet shade. Actually, all the purple shades (Kir Royal, Violet Ink) in this palette are my favorites. Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Pink Kiss*. One of the few lipstick formulas I’ve tried that doesn’t dry my lips out too badly. I do have to reapply every so often, but I’d take that over peel-y lips. Also, the beautiful milky coral pink shade is something I’ve loved ever since I first tried it on. Ben Nye Buff Powder*. (buy here). I’ve been sent this Ben Nye powder by online retailer, Lannel Boutique, a few months back and have been using it sporadically. I do think it smoothens out the skin really well, being so finely-milled that it leaves no pore unfilled — hence, the “HD” effect. I mean, you can see on the photo above, I look like I’m ready for a commercial/print ad shoot (yet I’m only wearing Touche Veloutee and this!). It doesn’t feel heavy at all as well, which is a huge plus. I guess all in all, I could say I understand the hype around this. I’d choose to wear this for long days and/or special occasion nights, though. As for daily wear, I’d still go for my Hourglass Ambient powders just because they aren’t too “full makeup looking“.
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