KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup – Review, Photos & Swatches

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

Hi, loves! How’s the start of your week so far? Mine’s a bit rough, but I’m not here to talk about my week. Anyway, I know most of you have been intrigued about the KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup when I talked about it in my post about the Kate Tokyo Bloggers’ Event. Well now, here’s your chance. I will now be telling you why I’m totally head over heels about this product.

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

PRODUCT CLAIMS:
KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover does the following:
• Moisturizes the skin
• Fixes Foundation Fading
• Removes unwanted shine

Here’s the video for quick reference:


PACKAGING

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

The packaging of this one is pretty simple. It comes with a sleek black, easy-squeeze tube that has a tiny nozzle, allowing you to control the product whenever you need it.


APPLICATION, SHADE & CONSISTENCY

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

Just for quick reference, you use this ON TOP of your already-faded foundation/makeup. This is best used for retouching your makeup. This was the one that was used by Ms. Kookie Sandejas (Kate Tokyo MUA) during the Kate Tokyo Bloggers’ Event to transform her model’s makeup from day to night look.

I use my fingers mainly to apply this product and I apply this where I see some oiliness. I don’t have an oily skin but I do have natural oil peeking every now and then especially when my makeup’s already faded. I apply this in my T-zone, and under my eyes. The shade of this one, has yellow undertones but it adapts to your skintone really well (blend, blend, blend!). Oh, and the consistency reminds me of a lightweight BB cream, perhaps of a tinted moisturizer. It’s very lightweight and easy to blend.


FINISH, PERFORMANCE & LONGEVITY

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

Like mentioned before, this has a lightweight consistency and it’s very easy to blend. It dries in a semi-matte finish and you don’t even need to set it with a powder. BUT, if you know me, then you know I set everything with a powder (except cream eyeshadows, lol). It does not feel tacky and my makeup doesn’t look cakey even after I re-applied my entire makeup (on top of my old makeup). KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup lasted on me for approximately five hours without fading.


SCENT, ETC

KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup - Review, Photos & Swatches

This product doesn’t really have any particular scent. Unfortunately since the entire packaging is written in Japanese, I can’t really tell the ingredients. But above are some of the info that was given to us during the Bloggers’ Event.


TO SUMMARIZE

• PRO’S •
• NEUTRAL/CON’S •
Has a serum ingredient to moisturize your skin
Completed a non-comodogenic testing
Removes shine
Fixes already worn-out makeup
Adds a bit of coverage
Easy to blend
Does not look cakey even when you reapply your entire makeup
Has a lightweight formula
Affordable
Available locally
Nada. I love this product.
• THE VERDICT •
5 Hearts
Totally a necessary product for those women who’s always on the go and can’t always retouch their makeup. This is a must-have!
• WORTH THE MONEY•
YES!
Totally.
• REPURCHASE? •
Again,
YES!

• PRODUCT BASICS •
• Product Name | KATE TOKYO Quick Remake Liquid For Cover Makeup
• Shade | Only has one shade • Price | PhP 840
• Avalability | KATE Counters at Department Stores

By this point you already know that I’m a total fan of this product. I love it and I would totally repurchase it over and over again. It’s something that will be a permanent resident in my kikay kit. You should try it. I believe it’s only less than PhP 700-800. I will let you know the exact price once I get in touch with the brand’s PR. At this moment, I am not completely sure. I’m sorry. (UPDATE 7/2 – The product’s worth PhP 840. Still worth it if I may say so myself)

Anyway, as always, let me know what you think.


*PR Sample – Product was provided for review/consideration. Opinions are my own.
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  • DearKaaat .

    This is indeed a very handy thing to carry with you everywhere! My face makeup always smudges after a couple of hours so I think this is a great way to quickly retouch to “refresh” your make-up.

  • OMG! Na-review mo na! Hahaha 5 hearts? I think pwede pang i-six hearts itey eh.

    • Haha, true. Kulang ang aking rating system to rate this product, lol.

  • Janine Daquio

    Wow this is really a new makeup thingy for me. I mean, when I tend to get oily bec of make ups, I retouched by loose powder.

    • You should try this!

  • It looks so natural! Does it cover pores and black heads?

    • It fixes your foundation when it’s already fading so it removes unwanted shine and it minimizes your pores a little. It can also even out the color of your skintone, but it wont give you that much of a coverage. You can always use a concealer afterwards. It wont appear cakey or anything.

      • uhm. is this okay in any brand of concealer? like everbilena?

        • I haven’t tried EB concealers yet so I’m not really sure. But I’m sure that this will act as a great base for your makeup

  • RebelSweetHrt

    Uy, this is so nice! And the price isn’t so bad, ha. Thanks for the review! I was actually looking forward to this kasi you’ve been gushing about this product in your earlier posts.

    • I know! Thanks checking it out, Czjai!

  • Great review Yette! I was supposed to go to their event kaso di ako nakapunta. Anyway, after seeing the pros and cons of this, gusto ko na siya i try

    • Aww, sayang naman! Sana nagmeet na tayo!

  • Glennie Terania

    Hi Ms. Yette! I’m not really familiar with Kate Tokyo. Recently ko lang siya narinig dahil nagkaroon sila ng Bloggers Event. I’m thinking about trying it kasi parang bet na bet mo. Kaso… I have really oily skin. I’m afraid it won’t work for me.

    • Aww. Personally I don’t think it cause that much problem specially if you use a mattifying powder (like Essence’s) to set your entire makeup and you use beauty blotters from time to time.

      • Glennie Terania

        Thanks Ms. Yette! Lumalawak ang make-up vocabulary ko dahil sayo

  • Oh, this is it! I watched the video and I must say I’m really impressed. Then when I saw your trial photos, it just made it better! Super nice. Thanks for the review!

  • Nice review yette. Based on the photos I like it more pag mas hbang mtgal siya on face because it really blends well with the skin. Though a little bit expensive I am convinced to use this product.

  • Wow, I think this is such a cool product to use for retouching. It’s my first time to know the a liquid product can dry into a semi-matte finish. I think I’m going to like it as well. How many ml does the tube contain? I hope we won’t be needing too much amount of this product every appication because I find it a bit pricey.

    • Oops, I forgot to include it. But it contains 25g of product. I only dab it in near my nose and in my T-zone where i see some of my redness & shine peeking through. A little of it goes a long way

  • Oh, I read great reviews about it. It’s such a really good product. It looks natural when applied.

    Xoxo,
    Nica♥
    http://thesweetkitty216.blogspot.com

    • Thanks, Danica. I’m sure you’ll love this product too once you try it!

  • abegaill villacruz

    Wow, such a promising product! Really a great solution for worn-out makeups. Hope to try it out soon.