Hi! I’m sorry for the late post. I am having problems with internet connection. Anyway, how has your February been? It’s almost another month again, time has been flying by too fast.
Did you like the makeup tutorials that I came up with? Because todays post is a review on the Lip Tints that I have used on those posts.
Get deliciously juicy lips with Althea’s Watercolor Cream Tints! These pretty tubes give you the best of all worlds with the pigmentation of a lipstick, the long-wearing power of a stain and the moisturizing formula of a gloss. Bold, pigmented and equipped with a pretty sheen, these lippies contain hyaluronic acid and squalene to prevent chapped lips from flaking, perfect for stashing in your purse for easy touch-ups and comfortable wear. Pick from 4 different shades to suit your mood!
Smells like those gummy candies, very sweet-smelling.
Very watery like a lip tint.
It is packaged in a transparent acrylic, rectangular tube with a black, twist off cap.
It has a semi-matte finish.
- The smell reminds me of sweet smelling gummy candies, yum!
- The packaging is great. It’s see through and thick. The neck part also has a wide opening which I appreciate since I don’t like mess in that area.
- The pigment sets within seconds and it’s not gonna budge, when using one layer, so work fast!
- They are easy to apply and blend since they are very watery.
- It feels very comfortable on the lips, they aren’t drying.
- For a full lip, it takes a bit of time to fully set.
- Sadly when using for full lip makeup it transfers.
- Half a cup of coffee and biscuits later it’s gone 😖
#1 Plum Cream
- This is the most pigmented out of the four shades. It has a raspberry shade and with only several dots you get full lip makeup. Sadly, it bleeds on fine lines. You better make sure you’re precise with this one!
#2 Strawberry Cream
- This is a pretty shade. It isn’t too pink and the pigment is forgiving. It glides on smoothly and it does not bleed on fine lines. On dry lips, it does not cling on dry patches and gives a little bit of moisture.
#3 Peach Cream
- This one is not really peach. It’s more of a dark-ish pink rose color.
It isn’t patchy and it glides on smoothly. It did not settle fine lines and did not bleed.
#4 Marron Cream
- At first it goes on as a cherry red tint if it is blended. As for going for full lip, it dries down a bit darker, more red.
It does not settle on lip lines and it does not bleed on fine lines.
Use for your puckers 👄 or as a cream blush.
For gradient look, apply on the lips and spread with fingers then apply another layer in the inner portions of the lips.
For a full lip, apply all over the lips and wait for it to settle.
Use a cotton pad soaked in micellar water or Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser and wipe gently.
- You can layer this tint since it’s watery and it does not clump up.
- Apply and blend two shades for a unique look!
- Dot on the cheeks and blend for a watercolor blush effect.
You can get it here: https://ph.althea.kr/watercolor-cream-tint
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My skin is combination type, sensitive, acne-prone, cystic acne prone, acne scars, redness, and dehydrated skin.
Have You Seen These Yet?
- My very first makeup tutorial featuring Althea Makeup.
- Makeup Tutorial Feat. Althea Makeup: Part 2.
- Althea Flawless Creamy Concealer.
- Etude House Dear Darling Water Gel Tint.
Disclaimer: These products are gifted to me, but all thoughts and opinions are honest, unbiased, and are my own.