Just a PSA, every Etude House eyeshadow comes with a very conspicuous safety sticker. If yours doesn’t have a sticker, be afraid, more so if you got your online. It could only mean that you got a fake one, or a tampered one.
So yes, this is BR 402. I think it has a more special name in Korean (like BR-204 “golden sunset”), but I can’t read the Hangul hahaha… I can read very little hangul, and I can only identify the hangul for Etude House and Look At My Eyes.
So this is the swatch. It’s got a metallic texture with some microglitter. Just some microglitter. It’s not chunky like their pure glitter shadows and it goes on silky smooth. The color itself, I’d say is a light bronze color with more yellow undertones. It’s not as dark as what one would usually visualize a bronze should look like, but it’s also not red like copper. So I’d call this a golden-bronze shade.
For a little demo, here’s me after using my Play pencil 6 as eyeshadow base. This eyeshadow shade doesn’t really need a base because it’s silky, pigmented, and with good color payoff, unlike Etude House’s glitter shades that need some help. But I just like to use it. So yeah. I’m using a typical pencil brush here, and I’m just going to apply it on the eyelid area from lashline up until the crease.