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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Etude House Play 101 Blending Pencil - First Impressions

There's a new line of Play 101 Pencil released by Etude House.  I love the idea of the Play101 pencil, wherein you can apply a single product to any part of your face: eyes, blush, lipstick etc.

My previous Play 101 pencil got expired and when I saw this in the Etude House stores, I thought why not give this a try if it's as great as the previous ones?

The new Play 101 blending pencil is thicker than the old Play 101 pencil.  It still comes in grey plastic packaging, with a twistable end.  One end shows the color of the product.

It has plenty amount of product inside.

Creamy consistency, really blendable
SwatchI got the shade #7 and this is a beautiful rose colored shade.  It's matte without any shimmers or glitters.

I tried this in different parts of my face:
As an eyeshadow/eyeliner - it glides very smoothly and doesn't tag on your eyelids.  It feels creamy but once it dries or sets it's smudge-proof and already has a consistency of like a pencil.

As a blush, it's very blendable but you have to blend it before it sets.  This gives you a natural rosy blush and I love it.

I originally bought this to use this as a lip liner.  But I was disappointed. Do NOT apply this over a lip balm, it gets all over the place.  It dries matte but it's very drying to the lips.  You'll feel your lips tighten and it cracks all over the place like a broken egg shell.  This is disappointing because the color is a very beautiful nude shade.

Duration of use1 day
ProsMultifunctional - great for travelling
Comes in autoliner packaging - no need for sharpening
Blendable - perfect as an eyeshadow and blush
ConsDON'T Use on your lips
Price Php 478 in Etude House Stores
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