Translated from our Starlet’s review:
“(all photos via blog.naver.com/ddtory17)
Whenever I look at how the Japanese do their makeup, I’ve feel that I am unable to mimic how well they do their blushes with the paintbrush-esque tools. I love blushes, yet I feel sad because I can’t achieve my desired look… ;ㅅ;
Well, I’ve found a new concept blusher that is going to solve my problems! haha
:: SWEETS-SWEETS Cushion Tint Cheek ::
The package has a gorgeous aura to it. At first I though the blusher was a cream type, but it turned out to be a cushion type! 😃
On the back! For anyone whose blushes thin out easily, and it has a delicious peach colour >< It also writes that this cushion blusher is a tube that has a sponge connected! +_+
A product that is very easy to use, as you just need to pat lightly on the cheeks. Hahahah the colour is No. 2!
sweetsweets refers to desserts and candies in Japanese, but I think the brand also wants to create sweet-looking cosmetics? Especially how it captures attention with its sparkling aura that emits from the packaging! +_+
This blusher is made in Japan, and has a volume of 20g. Not sure how the colour will turn out, but it’s a No. 2 colour 😃
As I mentioned, it’s a cushion tint blusher. The cushion is so soft~ Give the tube a squeeze and the colour seeps into the cushion! >< It’s pink but has a little purple mixed in, giving it a thick pink colour.
Left: LED light
Right: Natural light
The colour is rather bright. Kinda feels like a real paintbrush? It doesn’t show up in the photos, but it is actually purplish-pink. It really has some translucence to it.
It is also very easy to use. Fill the cushion with an appropriate amount of tint, and pat onto the cheeks.
Oh!!! This is it. This is the look I have been searching for… T_T A clear look that the Japanese have, and now I too… T_T Tears of joy…
The colour of the blusher is really pretty when base makeup is properly applied! As time passed, the pink seems to get thicker. Be sure not to over apply it, even if you think that there is not enough colour! You don’t want to look like a roasted potato at the end. T_T
Isn’t this just like Japanese makeup?! And it’s easy to achieve that painting-like blush. It is a perfect match with detailed eyemake and eyebrow curls d(^^)b Even without the brushes from blushers, it’s really easy to apply the blusher with just thsi cushion tint! ><!!!!!
There is also a coral colour, which is really cute too… (TT) (TT) I need to go to Japan to search for it.”
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