And so when I finally had the chance to visit South Korea and set foot in Myeongdong, I made it a point to shop at Innisfree to my heart's content. One of the (many) items that I bought is the No-Sebum Blur Primer.
|Innisfree No-Sebum Blur Primer, 10000 won.|
|Product description in English and Hangul at the back of the box.|
|Natural mint and Jeju mineral powder.|
|Comfortable skin made possible by natural ingredients from Jeju.|
|Product description on the tube, written mostly in Hangul.|
|Squeezed a bit of it on my skin.|
|A few seconds after application.|
Left, without primer. Right, with primer.
Left, without primer, Right, with primer.
What I love:
- Handy packaging.
- Lightweight formula.
- Velvety texture.
- Conceals fine lines, smoothens skin.
- Keeps makeup intact.
- Contains natural ingredients.
- Eco-friendly and cruelty-free.
- Affordable price.
What you might not like:
- It is silica-based, so take caution if you're allergic to silicon.
|Wearing the Innisfree No-Sebum Blur Primer underneath my makeup.|
Also, I'm so loving my Wine Red hair. :)
Since Innisfree is not readily available in the Philippines, I plan to shop for more Innisfree items (and other Korean cosmetic brands) the next time I fly to Seoul and sell them in my online store. What do you think? I need extra cash for all the traveling that I'll be doing in the next three years, haha! :)