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Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion

By Beautifulbuns

Cushions are so the “in” thing these days – I know that Etude House also has its Any Cushion, but I’ve heard insider information that it isn’t doing that well – there’s no refill and the coverage isn’t that awesome… Being the crazy beauty junkie I am, of course I own one, but I haven’t gotten around to opening it and try it yet heh.

Why? Cos I have something more awesome to review, and that’s from my beloved Sulwhasoo brand hurhurhur.

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion
Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion – KRW60,000

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion info
Comes in 3 shades – check out the Sulwhasoo website

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion (1)

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion (2)

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion (3)
In shade 01 Medium Pink – it looks slightlyyyy yellowish at first glance

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion (4)
From an angle – there’s a nice glow

Sulwhasoo Evenfair Perfecting Cushion (5)
Not so yellowish after all!

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And me with my painted face – notch bad indeed.

I say…

To be honest, Sulwhasoo isn’t that well known for its makeup, but more for its skincare. But of course, that’s not gonna prevent me from investing in yet another BB cream / cushion / foundation / sulwhasoo product. heh.

  • It comes in a nice classy gold glided edged case. Compared with Laneige’s BB Cushion, IOPE Air Cushion XP and  Hera’s UV Mist, this is the smoothest and most curved of all, kinda like a really smooth pebble. However, all the refills are the same size and can fit into each other’s casings.
  • The puff is soft and aerated so that it can pick up the product and yet not retain too much of it (i.e. suck and soak it all up).
  • There is a pleasant fragrant and yet vaguely herbal scent to the product – nothing too overwhelming nor artificial.
  • The product (from what I hear from a Korean makeup artist friend) is not a BB product – instead, it’s a foundation (or some essence variation).
  • I guess that explains why the coverage is awesome – I was pretty impressed. Check out my dark eye circles – they’re not as black and dark as they usually are, and I only cover them with this product.
  • Although the Medium Pink shade came out slightly yellowish when swatched against my hand, it was actually pretty suitable to my skin. My skin came out brighter and there was a nice glowy finish.
  • When freshly applied, it felt cooling against my skin, and also felt really lightweight.
  • What’s more, the coverage lasted almost the entire day – about 5-6 hours before the usual caking and flaking occurred.
  • Touching up didn’t result in too much baking either (i.e. it didn’t look over-layered and still had a natural look).
  • This is actually one of the longer lasting cushion-type products I have – just about 10% better than IOPE’s Air Cushion XP. No wonder it won Allure Korea’s Editor’s Pick 2013 award – we haz similar tastes!

Overall, I’m pretty impressed with this – KRW60,000 for the case + 2 refills is also pretty damn affordable, especially when Hera’s UV Mist Cushion is about KRW50,000+ and IOPE’s Air Cushion is KRW38,000. Definitely worth a try, and hey, if you’re not headed to Korea soon, a lil birdy tells me that this might be available in Singapore pretty soon


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