Sunday, 18 December 2016

Review: Etude House Rosy Tint Lips

Hello Princesses!
Today I'm going to be talking about the Etude House Rosy Tint Lips! You're not dreaming, I did review these last year, but last years review gathered a lot of annoyed viewers telling me off for my bad camera and editing software on Youtube. Since then I have upgraded both my Camera and editing equipment, but a year later I still have comments every week telling me that the colours are off (which gets really annoying since I did address the concern the description box) so I'm just going to redo the entire review. The only thing different in this review will be the photos, my opinion on the product hasn't changed.
 "What it is
Delicate and soft texture with enriched rosy color.
Velvet type lips to express attractive colors. 

What it does
- Petal texture like velvet: Creamy texture like rich color matte lipstick melted. Softly covers lips to express attractive rosy colors with velvet-matte finish.
- Sponge tip applied: Round-shape sponge tipe for a gradation lip makeup and detailed full cover.
- Tube type: Tube container to adjust amount easily.
- Various colors: 8 different color variation to express from natural to fascinating lips.

How to apply
1) Delicate Petal Lip Gradation : Dab a certain amount onto center of upper and lower lips and use tip to evenly spread.
2) Rose in Full Bloom Lip Cover : Smoothly glide onto lips, starting from inner to outer direction.
3) Soft Petal Cheeks : Dispense a certain amount and dab lightly onto both cheeks, blending quickly with fingers."(1)


The plastic packaging is also really beautiful and moderately functional. I like that it's really sturdy and stands on the cap really well, they don't fall over easily which makes them easy to store and display. The downside is that the plastic packaging isn't super soft, and you need to squeeze the product out of the spongy tip. It's difficult to control the amount of product being squeezed out when you're hands are straining to squeeze the hard plastic!

The sponge tip can be unscrewed and cleaned which is lovely and hygienic! The sponge tip means that the lip colour is blended well into the lips on application, and it's way easier to create a cute gradient lip with them. However, this does tend to lift up any flakey bits on the lips which isn't such a good look.
The pink shades look super similar from far away, but when you take a closer look you can see that they are each slightly different, but oh so slightly.


Before Blossom
Before Blossom is a vibrant orange based red.
The darker shades tend to sit in my lip lines in a very obvious way, though it's not as obvious when it's not so zoomed in. It's also difficult to get a nice shape on the lips with this type of applicator because it is created to make a gradient lip. I really like this colour as a soft rosy everyday red.
Sunny Flower
Sunny Flower is a happy bright orange! This one is not so fantastic for making teeth look any whiter.
I can make this shade (like the others) look more vibrant by using more, but it also increases the flakiness of my lips. Because the applicators have fuzzy tops, it lifts any loose skin up the more I try to apply the colour. I quite like this colour though, it's not so orange that it makes my skin look super yellow.
Rose Petal
Rose Petal is a muted rosy red shade.
I adore the Rosy Petal shade! This is a perfect rosy shade for everyday wear, it does look like I'm wearing lipstick, but it's a muted shade so it's quite relaxed looking.
Sweet Poison
Sweet Poison is a vibrant fuchsia pink!
This is one of my favourite everyday shades! It's the perfect pretty pink, not like a "my lips but better" pink, but more of a happy spring time pink. This was the first shade that I purchased and I still absolutely love it!

Baby Peony
Baby Peony like a vibrant pink on my arm, but appears more like a brighter baby pink on the lips.
This shade is perfect for everyday wear, like a my lips but better shade. It's an easy colour to maintain because it isn't too far from my natural lip colour and fades gracefully.
English Garden
English Garden is a soft baby pink shade.
This shade is lighter than my own lips and tends to emphasize dry patches. My lips look shocking in the super close up photos, they don't look that bad in real life (unless you put your eyeballs super close to my mouth, please don't do that). It's a really pretty pink, it just requires more lip prep than most of the other shades.
Tea Rose
Tea Rose is a brown nude shade. This isn't my favourite shade of nude for my skin tone, but it doesn't look like foundation lips or like I'm straight from the 90's, so it's not that bad!
It's better on my lips than on the arm swatch! It does settle into my lip lines a little, but it's not very visible from a decent distance. Tea Rose is a gorgeous colour to grab if you're a little low on nude shades!
After Blossom
After Blossom is a vampy berry tone, perfect for Autumn and Winter makeup!
This is a great shade to pick up if you want to get into vampy autumn shades without going for a scary deep plum! You can see that it's quite easy to get a nice rich colour in the center of my lips, but you can see the uneven outline of my lips quite clearly since the shade is darker.
Here is a comparison of all of the colours on my lips! 
What I Love
- Not awful on dry lips
- Super easy application (barring the hard plastic)
- Cute packaging
- Great wear time (6 hours without eating)
- Creates a gorgeous gradient lip
- Well priced at around $9NZD


What I Don't Love
- Packaging can be hard to use
- Hard to get a nice crisp line (not what they are technically used for)
- More than one layer emphasises dry flaky lips



Final Thoughts
Although I adore these lip tints on my lips when they are plump, they do tend to emphasize dry lips which isn't ideal. The fluffy tip lifts up any flaky bits, but I can apply it with my fingers or lip brush if needed! The packaging is super cute, but it's a little difficult to get the product to come out of the tube because it's quite a thick creamy consistency. They work so well to create a gorgeous gradient lip, but require a lip brush to make crisp lines. The fluffy tip of the tint does become a little gross over time, but you can wash it and make it a little less gross! Overall, I still love these lip tints even a year after initially reviewing them, and they're actually still sold which is nice!

I would definitely recommend these Lip Tints to any Princesses looking for a soft matte finish lip tint that comes in a good variety of colours!

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1 comment:

  1. These look so good! I love all the shades so it would be hard to pick between them.

    Belle in Black and White

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