These are marketed as a lip + cheek tint, but I didn’t take any pictures as a lip color because these are so pale. Cheeky Berry, which is the darkest of the bunch, is hardly noticeable after application so I felt like pictures showing a before and after would be a waste.
On the other hand, they are absolutely lovely as blushes! This may be in part due to the fact that I’m incredibly pale, but being so pale makes it hard to find blushes that don’t look garish, so I really appreciate that they’re blendable and sheer.
It’s shocking how pigmented the liquid appears before it’s blended into the skin, so I filmed a clip to show off how blendable it is. This dries fairly quick so you have to move quickly after brushing it on. As long as you don’t dilly dally too long, it’s super easy to work with.
With the Tint
What are your thoughts on tints? Are they worth it, or is it better to stick with traditional powders? Let me know in the comments!
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