The one I review here is the regular Moistfull Mask by Etude House, not the Collagen Moistfull one which I believe is sort of the “improved” version. I got it from my friendInten along with a Baviphat Gel Eyeliner in Pearl Purple. She’s so nice to send me these stuff to review. She is based in Solo which is closer to my city than Jakarta so shopping at her online shop should be more cost effective for me.
Both Etude House and Baviphat are Korean brands. I’ve tried a few items from Etude House before but it was my first time using their sheet mask. Since I’ve only used it once there’s only so much I can say about it. Like any other sheet masks, it contains some kind of essence in it that will moisturize and treat your skin. You use the mask by leaving it on your face for about 15-20 minutes and then massage the essence until it sinks into your skin. It’s quite a fun ritual to do since the mask gives such cooling and relaxing sensation.
The essence in Etude House Moistfull Mask is pretty rich and sticky. It doesn’t get fully absorbed until at least half an hour after I remove the mask. I used it at night before I went to sleep and the next day my skin still felt soft and moisturized. My makeup lasted all day that day which I think is partly because my skin was well moisturized. To be honest, I would love to purchase the collagen version of this mask but I would probably only use it once a week at max. I’m just being cautious because I know this type of essence could clog my oily skin if I use it too often.
Onto the gel eyeliner, I have to say that I’m pleasantly surprised! I thought the packaging was kind of tacky but the product itself is actually pretty good. It would be so cool if they had it in more colors but there are only three colors available; black, brown, and pearl purple. I got mine in pearl purple and I love it! It’s a true eggplant purple with tiny silver specks in it.
The texture of the gel eyeliner is a bit denser than what I’m used to but I still can make it work. It’s also very pigmented that I usually only need one stroke to create a thin line on my upper lashline. It certainly has a good wear time and is also waterproof. I don’t have oily lids as far as I’m concerned but if you do, I would recommend applying it on top of a good eyelid base like the UDPP or Etude House Proof 10 primer.
Here I’m using the gel eyeliner as a cream shadow all over my eyelid and on my lower lashline. I added a deeper color eyeshadow on the crease and a shimmery beige eyeshadow to highlight my browbone. I really like the end result and it stays on ALL DAY with no creasing or fading.
Baviphat gel eyeliner costs Rp 58.000 (approximately US$ 6) for a 5g jar at Inten’s Shop. Go try one!