Laneige The Secret of Snow Crystal Snow Radiant Blusher in 01 Snow Prism: Review and Swatches

September 9, 2008
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Laneige Snow Radiant Blusher in #01 Snow Prism from The Secret of Snow Crystal Collection

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I love all the pretty veins of pink, purple, green,, gold, and opalescent white that run through this! It’s really and truly beautiful.


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Swatch

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Swatch After Blending

Laneige’s Snow Radiant Blusher in Shade #01 is more of a highlighter than a blush, but like all of the other blushes that were a part of this collection, it’s absolutely stunning to look at. It reminds me a lot of MAC’s Mineralized products, except prettier and much more pigmented!

The veins of pink, purple, green, gold, and white running throughout this baked powder combine to form a frosty silvery white shade that gives your skin an ice princessy glow. I’m not entirely sure if I’m loving this just yet, because the first few times that I used this I applied too much and managed to create a look reminiscent of The White Witch a la The Chronicles of Narnia!


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However with a lighter touch this should give me a beautiful shimmery glow. I love the way this powder looks so I’m determined to make it work for me!

Related Posts:
Interested in more Laneige? See my review of their Sliding Pact Powder Compact (which looks like a shiny pink cellphone!) here, and learn about their Ideal Glossy Rouges here.

Crave more cute and affordable Korean products? See one of my current favorites–Etude House Pore Erasing Peach Base–here!

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