ETUDE HOUSE Wonder Fun Park REVIEW
Etude House Wonder Fun Park Unboxing, Swatches, Demo & Review
Hey everyone! I’m back with a new un-boxing and first impressions video of Etude House’s latest Wonder Fun Park Collection. This collection dropped about
a couple of weeks back and it has the most adorable amusement park themed packaging! I’m going to cover the Color Eyes, Candy Cheek and Highlighter, as well as the Dear Darling Soda Tints. Let’s start with the eye shadows first.
Wonder Fun Park Color Eyes
There are two eye shadow palettes available in the Wonder Fun Park collection and they are priced at $25.90 each. The first palette “Going Around On A Ferris Wheel” comprises very fun, bright, vibrant shades that is perfect for the girl next door summer kind of look. The other palette “Parade At Midnight” has like a few shimmer shades and some really nice mattes for that evening lady-like look. Let’s get to swatching.
^Wonder Fun Park Color Eyes – Eye Shadow Palette #1 “Going Around On A Ferris Wheel”
^Wonder Fun Park Color Eyes – Eye Shadow Palette #2 “Parade At Midnight”
After swatching these eye shadow palettes, I must say I like how fine and soft the shadows are especially for the matte shades. The shadows go on well and blend on smoothly but the color payoff is a little bit less intense than I hoped for (pink and lilac). So I would think this palette is better for girls with fairer skin tones. I’m more impressed by the Shimmer shades in this palette as you saw how vibrant the colors were.
At $25.90 it may seem a bit pricey considering the fact that the shadow pans are so tiny, but I would still get it anyway because these are adorable! Also, I do actually like the shades in them.
Wonder Fun Park Candy Highlighter & Candy Cheek
The Wonder Fun Park candy highlighter (left) and candy cheek (right) are priced at $26 dollars each. The candy cheek is a really nice coral-ly mix of shades and the candy highlighter is a mix of really pretty pastel shades.
The candy highlighter is VERY VERY subtle and acts as some sort of brightener so don’t expect too much color from it. The Candy Cheek on the other hand, is a pretty coral-ly peachy shade and has a very nice holographic kind of finish. I had a little trouble getting color payoff from both the highlighter and cheek so I’m going to assume they were made to be subtle or that these were made specifically for the super-duper fair girls.
Dear Darling Soda Tints
I also got these two dear darling soda tints. These are available in 10 new shades at $9.90 each and I wanted to give a special shout out to Soda Tint BL601 “Exciting Milk Soda”.
The BL601 “Exciting Milk Soda” (above) looks like a really nice glittery iridescent blue in a tube but it glides on as a clear gloss and turns pink to suit your skin tone. These lip tints also smell amazing and at $9.90, these make very good buys especially the BL601 because it’s so fun!
Wonder Fun Park Candy Cheek Brush
Another item I picked up from the Etude house store is this really adorable candy cheek brush. It retails for $23.90 and there are highlighter and eyeshadow versions at $22.90 and $16.90 respectively. Last I heard these brushes are sold out so if you see them, buy them and don’t look back!
That’s it! Watch the full Etude House Wonder Fun Park Collection video on Youtube!