Young girls these days were going gaga and jumping over the bandwagon of the lip tint craze, one good example is my 10 year-old cousin who took home my collection of lip tints. To tell you honestly I only have a few and I reach for it whenever I want a kissable yet natural lips.
Using it as a beauty staple has been around for more than a decade and aside from the fact that it's long wearing and transfer proof, it gives the most natural shade on your lips. No wonder youngsters can wear it in school without their teacher noticing, unless they applied too much.
The rise of liptint fame on younger generations surely came from Korean pop stars and through watching too much Korean drama. Even elementary and high school students have tried to sneak it inside their bags, and those who already mastered to blend it well on their lips were never caught.
Yes the bottle says it's an intense dark red but it's just a tint so don't be scared. Applying it lightly just gives me a healthy flush. I blend it using my fingers and it lasted for about 5-6 hours minus eating. There are two ways in which you can wear it, full lips or gradient lips.
|Full Color on Lips|
Gradient lips is when you apply it in the middle part of your upper and inner lip and spread it outwards using your ring finger. The concentration of the tint will be on your inner lip. It might look "just bitten" or possibly the most natural rosy flush.
Full lips is when you swipe it all over your lips, or even reapply it for full color.
I'm recommending it to every vain and lippie lover chick and even to young girls who want to use it in school and please do not buy those lip tints that are sold for only 20 pesos, you have no idea what its even made of.
This product is only 180 pesos and will surely last for more than 6 months. Since it's organic be careful when using it and try to avoid contaminating it since organic cosmetics have shorter shelf life than those with more preservatives.