Review & Swatchfest: Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base in Berry Choux

Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base

Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base
Baby Choux Base is a primer in the Sweet Recipe Collection from Etude House, and comes in three shades - #1 For Reddish Skin, #2 For Pale Skin, and #3 For Yellowish Skin. Berry Choux is #2 and is a light salmon color similar to those meant to conceal and correct green or purple under eye circles. The texture is smooth, creamy, and more on the lotion end of the spectrum than a silicon-y primer - which I love! I find that those with a smoother, more slippery texture tend to make my makeup slide off faster. If you have an aversion to fragrance, the light cherry scent might be a little off-putting, but I didn't find it irritating in the least.

On a bare face, this primer evened out my overall skin tone. Although I didn't notice any extra help when blending in my foundation, I did notice my foundation lasted longer throughout the day without getting patchy. Overall, I liked the way this performed with my skin, but I might try the primer for yellowish undertones because you can see in the photos that this forces my complexion slightly pink. Still, At $11.10 from KollectionK, Etude House's Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base is on par with drugstore prices, but far exceeded them in terms of performance, in my opinion.

Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base


Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base


Etude House Sweet Recipe Baby Choux Base


Naked Face
Baby Choux Face






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