How Korea's Perfecting Cushion Worked Out For Me

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LIQUID FOUNDATIONS HAVE BEEN everyone’s classic favourite and so am I but unlike some, I still make room for other forms of foundation. This foundation was given to me by my aunt and I’ve just used it twice. Packaging wise, it’s pretty elegant in my opinion. The box includes a refill pack with another sponge.

This foundation has a scent of Tea Tree oil and it’s just amazing. I feel like I’m putting a really good product on my face just because of the smell.

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I like the feeling of the sponge on my face. It doesn’t feel harsh, it totally feels like a soft cushion that would do no harm on my face even if I rub it a little too hard. I actually thought of comparing it to a baby’s bum. I know.

This foundation is in the shade medium beige and I was a little worried it would look too dark on my skin but it’s the opposite. It looks nothing like a beige at all which totally disappoints me. It’s quite too light for my liking but I did manage to work on it with a little contour here and there.

In terms of coverage, I was amazed that it did cover my pores but unfortunately, not my blemishes. It works quite good for people with oily skin because it stayed all day, no retouching needed. I would like to continue to use this but I’m afraid it would be a lot of work because of the wrong shade. Hoping they have the right shade for me though.

How about you guys, any Korean Foundation that worked out well?

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