Beauty Breakdown: Etude House Play 101 Stick Colour Contour Duo & Dear My Glass Tinting Lips-Talk

With their brand new flagship store that opened up in Sunway Pyramid, Etude House is really stepping up their game.

#teamCLEO was so fortunate to receive a little goodie bag filled with their products. Naturally, we couldn’t wait to test these babies out. Keep on reading to find out what we think:

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Play 101 Duo Stick color Contour #2

Etude House Play 101 Duo Stick Color Contour #2

I have really really red cheeks and I don’t like them at all. A lot of people tell me to leave them alone cause I look naturally flushed but I have always craved an even skin tone layer.


Naturally I chose the green and purple corrector. Trust me when I said, I had very very high hopes. The texture is creamy and smooth and appeared pigmented when I applied it on my hands (to test) and then on my face (upon application).

So I applied the green and purple corrector on the necessary areas of my face and came up with this:

Yes, there was a lot to cover up.

Like I said earlier, really high hopes that this correcting stick would help cover up all my problem areas.

However, the end result was a little disappointing.

Everything looks good from the front. But up close is a whole other story.

When you see the picture above, it looks like the corrector did a good job covering up the necessary bits. The redness around my pimples peeked through and so did the redness on my cheeks.

All in all, my honest review would be that I would not suggest this product to anyone with severe redness like me. Hope that Etude House will improve on this product!

Tested by Meghan Angelica Paul, Web Writer.

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