The whole cushion trend is so in these days, starting with the BB cushions, and now it’s spreading to concealers, blushers and lippies. I’m seeing why – it takes away the need for an external applicator (i.e. a brush or sponge). Yes yes, it’s a perfect fit for a lazy bum arse like me then 😀
- PK08 Bye Nineteen: This is a bright neon pink.
- PK06 Play More: This is a rich fuchsia pink.
- The tube is pretty small, at about 9.5cm in length including the cap.
- The portion of the tube with the product is only 7.5cm.
- You dispense it by squeezing the body of the tube – even though it is a new product, it doesn’t seem to be chockfull of lip tint, and you’ll need to exert quite some pressure to squeeze out the tint.
- The sponge tip is great for full lip colour application on the lips, and for going around the corners as well as the Cupid’s Bow.
- If you don’t dispense extra tint (i.e. from the previous application), you can simply dab it on the lops and create a Korean gradiation lip effect.
- There’s absolutely no scent to the lip tint.
- It dispenses as a liquid that is highly pigmented and dries up in medium time – about 15 seconds or so. It’s not the quickest to dry, but I like it, so that I can “pull” the colour tint and spread it all over the lips.
- Beauty tip: In fact, because it doesn’t dry that quickly, it is rather ideal for usage as a blush (when you’re in public and don’t have a blusher on hand).
- Even though it’s a mostly matte finish, it isn’t overly drying (in fact it’s slightly hydrating).
- After extended wear, it becomes slightly dry and starts sinking into creases and fine lines of the lips.
- The colour intensity is comparable to Innisfree’s Creamy Tint Lip Mousse, except it’s easier to get a gradiation effect with this sponge tip.
- After it fades, it leaves a stain (which has pros – it leaves a lasting stain and cons – it’s slightly hard to remove).
Overall, I am pretty happy with these two colours I got – I just wish I’d gotten them in all other colours. 😀