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Apr 15, 2016

Chosungah 22 is a Brand You Need to Know

I didn't know what to think about Chosungah 22 prior to playing with the products.  They'd only had a few cute products in Sephora stores, but I wasn't ready to dive in and purchase any just yet.  Now Sephora has started selling a full range of their products and I got a chance to actually touch and feel a lot of them.  Lemme tell ya, you should not be fooled by the cute packaging.  Though the packaging is young and fun, it is great product for all ages.  You'll probably see me talking about them a lot in the future, so I'm just going to give a quick rundown of some of my favorite products for you to investigate on your next Sephora run.

Dong Gong Minn Brow Maker ($22)
This may look like a sharpie if you're just looking at the packaging, but do not be deterred.  The applicator is like a half of a mascara wand, and the other half is a very unique pointed sponge tip.  To apply you just brush the formula onto the brows, like you would do to your lashes with a mascara wand, and then use the pointed tip to fill in spaces like you would with a pencil.  Because the tip is a sponge, you don't get the harsh lines that you would usually get with a pencil that you'd need to blend out.  There are 4 shades; Light Blonde, Medium Blonde, Grey Brown, and Black Brown.  I'm very impressed with the Grey Brown because it's just a cool-toned brown (no, you don't have to have grey hair to wear this), which I think is hard to find in a brow product.  Most brown brow products are VERY warm, so all you cool-toned folks out there will love this Grey Brown version from Chosungah 22.   

So Tiny Lip & Cheek Face Color ($14)
These remind me, in a way, of my most beloved Becca Beach Tint, that I've loved for so many years.  They're tiny, as the name implies, but they pack a punch with the colors.  They go on very creamy, but dry to a more matte finish.  They're great to wear as a stain by pushing into your lips (or cheeks) with your fingers.  They feel good on the lips because they contain honey and Argan oil.  The colors are so good.  I'm the most in love with the deeper berry colors.          
From left to right: Baby Pink, Misty Pink, Scarlet, and Orange. 

From left to right: Apple Red, Dark Red, Purple, and Burgundy.

C&T Blend Luminous Liquid Foundation ($58)
This foundation lets you play artist with the amount of coverage you want.  On one side, there's the foundation, and on the other side their is a honey and hyaluronic acid mixture to moisturize the skin and give you a luminous foundation finish.  Want to be more dewy?  Use more of the honey mixture.  Feeling like you need a little more coverage?  Use more of the foundation.  It's surprisingly full coverage, so I use more of the honey mixture, personally, for a more dewy look.  The small amount you see in the picture above covered my whole face with a full coverage.      
If you're not into the idea of playing painter and mixing your foundation, there is a C&T Blend Fresh Mix Liquid Foundation that is already mixed together.  Unfortunately there are only a few shades at the moment, since they just came stateside recently, but I'm sure as they get bigger here in the U.S. they will provide more shades for dark skin tones.

The line has so much more to offer.  All of it is fun, from the packaging to the finishes.  You'll definitely be hearing a lot more about this brand from me in the near future. 

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