REVIEW: Ever Bilena Advance 3D Compact in Dark Baked Fusion

Yey for another product review! I have been meaning to do at least 4 product reviews per week but sometimes, my schedule won't allow me. Still, I am happy that there's still time for me to share with you my thoughts and opinions on the products that I use. 

I will be talking about Ever Bilena Advance 3D Compact in Dark Baked Fusion. The reason why I bought this is because I need a multipurpose item that is cheap enough to fit my 500 peso makeup challenge which you can view here. Luckily, I saw this on sale. :)

A little product description which I saw from the box it came with. Ingredients and manufacturing date are also given.

It came with a sponge which you can find useful if you will use this as a compact powder. I have only tried it once, for the challenge, and it worked but I am not a fan of it. 
Sorry for the messy looking sponge.

It has a clear plastic divider that separates the product and the sponge. This reminds me so much of the one from Lioele and Beauty Credits (both are Korean brands).

The product. 

Here's a little swatch for everyone to see. They appeared a little orange-y to me but it gives a nice color once blended.

I am a contour fan. I love how it accentuates my cheekbones and how it makes my face look a lot thinner. 
Combined all three shades to achieve this. 


- Ingredients and manufaturing date are given making us more aware of whet we are getting ourselves into. 
- I love the divider that separates the sponge and the product. I just find it hygienic. 
- Came with a sponge that did not tear when I used it. Only used it once though.
- Multipurpose. It's like you have a powder, a blush and contour powder in one. I also like using the darkest color for my eyes. 
- Pigmented. A little really goes a long way.
- Lasting power is up to 4 hours which I think is okay for a product this cheap. Plus, you can always use a good primer and/or a makeup setting spray, right?
- It's not chalky. 
- Really affordable.
- You can find Ever Bilena stalls in almost everywhere here in the Philippines.

- The feel of the packaging is somewhat cheap to me. Maybe it's because of it's plastic material.
- Bulky.
- I don't like the smell which reminds me of my grandma's powder or perfume. It is tolerable though.
- If you want to get just one shade, it will be a bit hard especially if you are using a big brush.
- It looks orange-y to reddish to me which makes it look unnatural. Controlling the application helps.

Where to purchase? 
Check out department stores with Ever Bilena counters. 

Php 150 but I got this for 90 pesos only since it's on sale at that time.

Packaging/Apperance = 3/5
Effectiveness = 3/5
Availability = 5/5
Affordability = 5/5

I still use this from time to time. I like it but I don't love it. 

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Disclaimer: Item bought by my own money and reviewed with an honest and unbiased viewpoint. I am not affiliated with the brand in any way.


  1. Yey for inexpensive local products with good quality! Thanks for sharing this sis. We're both contour and eyebrow fan. Hehe. Might get this one because of your review. Galing mo talaga magcontour :)


  2. Thanks Iya. My cheeks looked kinda messy nga e. Ngayon ko lang narealize. Naparami ata ako. Haha!

  3. galing mo naman magcontour sis. Sana kaya ko din he he. :) great review. might check this out again. i passed on this one before.


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