Saturday, April 13, 2013

Etude House Baby Choux Base in Berry Review

Hey guys!
So sorry I've been MIA, I don't really have a valid excuse, it's just that there nothing interesting happening, but  in my previous post a lot of you seem very interested in this product from the Sweet Recipe collection so here we go on to the review!

So Etude House describes the Baby Choux Base as "a  moist and fluffy choux cream textured makeup base that supplies moist and bright coverage for flawlessly soft skin."

The  Etude House Baby Choux Base comes in 3 different colors Mint, Peach and Berry. The Mint one helps neutilize redness. The peach one is for dull skin, and the Berry one is for brightening. I will be reviewing Berry which is no.2.

I love the glass packaging on this one, it looks like fancy skincare, but still girly. I like that it comes with a spatula, so I don't have to dig my fingers into the jar and contaminate everything with germs.
no makeup, about to put this on my face
The texture is so soft, almost like lotion, but when on the skin feels very fresh. This product is not a  base as in foundation, but it is primer. So the coverage is pretty much non existent.

Berry is very light, and almost leaves a white cast on my skin. My guess is that in Korea makeup that makes you look whiter = brightening. It looks very unattractive if you don't apply any foundation or BB cream afterwards.

I felt like it did help my makeup stay nice for longer. The first day I wore it, I went out for lunch, and then at night I went clubbing, and my face was not oily and I didn't have to retouch my makeup all day.

I do liked the product, and how it makes my makeup last longer, but I feel like it is not special because there are a lot of primers out there that do the exact same thing.
After the Choux base, BB cream and everything else



  1. So you wear it before you put on the makeup? Interesting... I'll have to try it out


  2. Looks interesting :)


  3. was thinking of buying one to try.
    I think I finally I will encourage.

  4. I still wanna try it because it's Etude House and it's really cute!! Lol.

  5. I actually really like this product! I have the peach version. The only problem is it really brings out my dry areas, making it look flaky, do you have that problem too? Anyways nice review. ^^

  6. Do you think it would be nice for dry skin?~

  7. So that is sorta "cc" aka color correcting cream? I used some of those in Japan (different brands of course) and I still do that I mix green pigment into mu primer to neutralize redness. I was gonna make a tutorial about that :)
    xo, Lara

  8. I love that you reviewed a unique product! you have a super cute blog! =)

    ps. do you want to follow each other?

  9. I tried this product before i saw your review. I have dark, dry skin and was afraid it wouldn't work out. However, after thoroughly exfoliating my skin, applying moisturizer and using the Peach color. That shade actually doesn't make your skin look as ashy as the berry one. I see you use a lot of Etude house products. I'll subscribe to your blog!


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