Memebox Cosrx Blackhead Silk Fingerballs and Yeondukong Fix Lip Review

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Cosrx Blackhead Silk Fingerballs 
Cost: $5 | One-Time Purchase

Yeondukong Fix Lip in #01 Red Orange
Cost: $12 | One-Time Purchase

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Yeondukong Fix Lip in #01 Red Orange ($12)

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I love the cute packaging! It’s a lipstick + tint balm + primer all in one.

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“This super pigmented 3-in-1 is pigmented like a lipstick, moisturizing like a tint balm, and evens out dry, patchy lips like a primer. It gives a great color payoff that makes the lips naturally plump and pretty. Formulated with mango, grapeseed, apple oil, and honey extracts to nourish and moisturize the lips. Its long-lasting formula allows the color to stay intact for up to 12 hours.”

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How to use:

Natural Smudging Lip (Gradient Lips): On bare lips, apply Yeondukong’s Fix Lip onto the center area and blend outwards to achieve a fading effect.

Full Color Point Lip: On bare lips, apply Yeondukong’s Fix Lip all over the lips. Add a layer until desired color is achieved

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The actual shape of this product really surprised me! It’s awesomely unique and I think it really helps in the application – especially if you want to try out that natural smudging lip effect.

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Quick swatch! The color is definitely very vibrant – so if you’re not comfortable with bright lip colors, then apply a light layer and smudge. The lasting power on this is crazy long. I put on a very light layer around 10 in the morning and it was still there at midnight that same day, only slightly faded. If you’re looking for a long-lasting lip color, this is your product!

From Memebox:

I would totally buy this in a lighter, more neutral shade so that I could add just a little bit of color to my lips without going over the top. XD It would be perfect too, because no re-application is needed so you could just apply in the morning and it’ll last all day.

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Cosrx Blackhead Silk Fingerballs ($5)

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If you think they look like silk cocoons, it’s because these are made from silk! Fun story detour time: we had silk worms as class pets at my elementary school and it was so cool to feed them mulberry leaves. XD They did poop everywhere on the newspaper-lined boxes but they were so soft to the touch and fun to let crawl on your hands because they had little suction-cup like feet.

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There are 12 in each package. (only 11 pictured here because I took one out to try!)

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What it is: A finger ball made of 100% natural silk. Used to massage and gently exfoliate the skin to reveal healthy, youthful skin.

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Closer. The silk ball itself is actually really hard when you first touch it, but the surface isn’t rough or abrasive.

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Where you would place your finger.

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The back.

How to use: Soak a finger ball in warm water 2-3 min then slip the soft finger ball on. Intensively massage on areas that suffer from blackheads then cleanse and pat dry.

From Memebox:

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I absolutely LOVED this! It’s really easy to use and not super abrasive. Plus it’s really fun to wear a silk cocoon ball on your finger to try and exfoliate the skin on your face. XD I tried this out and I have to say, it felt like my skin was smoother afterward. I don’t know if it will really help with blackheads because I haven’t used it long enough to see the effects, but for short term – my skin definitely feels nicer after just two tries. The best thing is that this product is super cheap (only $5!) so if you run out, you can buy more without feeling like you’re spending too much money. 😉

You can also check out my other Memebox reviews here.

*Disclosure: The above item was complimentary and received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received. I only review things that are in line with my interests and wouldn’t subject you, my dear readers, to boring products or subscriptions.

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