Review: Missha Magic Cushion Moisture SPF 50+/PA+++

DISCLOSURE: This is not a paid/sponsored content. The opinions expressed are completely my own based on my experience. Written with all honesty, but not to promote nor to defame the brand.

My skin condition: Acne-prone/ with acne marks / dull / sometimes oily or dry / with dark spots

Skin tone: Medium

Undertone: Warm/ Yellowish

missha magic cushion moisture no. 23
Actual Price: 1,080 JPY (15g)


  • a moisturizing cushion foundation
  • corrects dull complexion
  • gives radiant effect


  • paraben free
  • Its scent isn’t irritating.
  • good packaging (not messy)
  • The sponge works well.
  • It’s truly moisturizing (which is good for my dry skin moments).
  • It does correct dullness.
  • Does give that radiant look.
  • No allergic reaction.
  • Doesn’t break me out.
  • A little amount goes a long way.
  • long lasting (about 6~8 hours without excessive sweats)
  • not cakey / blotchy
  • no streaks
  • Covers up my acne marks and dark spots a bit. (The product is made to look natural, though.)
  • affordable


  • It has only 2 shades. I have #23 which is 2 shades lighter than my skin.
  • It transfers.


Evidently, I have more likes than dislikes. Luckily, I’ve found a pressed powder with a darker shade that I put on top of this cushion (stay tuned for the review). I just have to be careful about it transferring onto my clothes. I won’t recommend this to those who have oily skin. It’ll make your skin appear greasy in an ugly way. But if you have a combination of oily and dry, it may work just fine. Now I understand why it’s one of Missha’s bestsellers.

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