Missha Pop Tastic Jelly Tint Sweet Papaya Review:
Missha Pop Tastic Jelly Tint is not a new product from Missha, in fact they were released about 1 – 2 year ago and even collaborated with LINE Friends and made the tint with the characters from LINE on the packaging.
If I’m not mistaken they had 6 to 7 shades available when they launched it but recently, I believe they added 4 more shades on the collection. Actually their shades selection are pretty good, they have light shades like pink and orange but with the additional shades, you can even get the more neon or deeper shades. To be honest the reason I got this lip tint was just because the shades range.
Missha itself in my opinion isn’t that well-known in lip tint department. They are more famous for their face products (their BB Cream is amazing!) so I didn’t get too much results when I was looking for some reviews about their lip tints. So let’s see if the Pop Tastic Jelly Tint can beat my other favorite lip tints.
+ The refreshing aqua jelly texture cares the lips moist.
+ Completes lip make-ups with vivid and dazzling colors on touch.
+ The jelly type expresses the colors evenly on the lips.
(ingredients are slightly different for each shades)
Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Polyacrylate Crosspolymer-6, Phenoxyethanol, Dipropylene Glycol, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, Acid Red 18, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Dimethicone, Red 33, Dextrin, Stevioside, Ethylhexylglycerin, Fragrance(Parfum), Yellow 6, Lecithin, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Honey Extract, Silica, 1,2-Hexanediol, Hydrolyzed Collagen
How to Use :
Take an appropriate amount, and naturally spread from the center.
Volume : 5g
My lips area : Slightly dry
Missha Pop Tastic Jelly Tint Sweet Papaya Review:
If you love cute or girly packaging, don’t expect that from Missha. Missha does make a simple or classy packaging but I do like it. Their target market is more for people with age range between 20 – 30 so it’s no wonder if they didn’t invest that much to make a fun or cute packaging.
The tint comes in a simple paper box with exact color as the shade inside. On the box you can’t find the full information about this tint, the only thing I can see is that this tint has a jelly type texture and the shade’s name. Not really helpful actually, and I even have to dig the ingredients information from the internet because they don’t put it neither on the box nor the website.
Just as the paper box packaging, the bottle itself is simple as well. It’s made from plastic and it feels sturdy enough to make this tint as your travel-buddy. The size is pretty decent too and I’m glad they have 5g of product inside since some of lip tints I purchased only have 3 to 4g worth of product with the same price as this one.
I got mine in shade Sweet Papaya. From the promotional images, it’s like a sweet pinkish coral shade that will brighten the complexion. I don’t own too many shades like this so I think I want to try this type of color more.
When I swatch it on my hand, the shade is totally different with the promotional images. It’s more on the red side and I can’t even see the slightest hint of pink on the shade. I still like the color but I have so much lip products in this shade so it’s not exciting at all.
The actual shade is like a coral red that will suit warm undertone better than cool undertone. The good thing is this shade will perfect for any skin tone, from fair to deep because the shade is bold yet wearable. And it has mango scent which I think is pretty weird since the scent should smell like a papaya instead of mango.
Pigmentation-wise, I don’t think it’s the most pigmented lip tint on my collection. When I swatch it on my hand, it looks okay but when I try it on the lips, the pigmentation is very poor I have to apply it for several layers to get the shade looks visible on my lips (I don’t even have pigmented lips!).
As any other lip tint, it has a doe-foot applicator but it has a slanted shape. This shape of applicator is very good to hug your lips so it can distributes the product better on your lips. But because of its poor pigmentation, it makes the application looks so messy. Maybe because it has a jelly texture, it feels so wet and hard to blend on the lips and when I try to make a full lips look, it makes my lips looks patchy and blotchy as you can see on the swatch picture.
It has a glossy finish when you apply it on the lips, but it will turn into a semi-matte after hours. It does leave stain but again, it looks patchy and makes my lips feel dry. I would suggest you to use a lip balm first before applying this tint because it can emphasis your dry lips.
Not just that, it also will make your lips feel dry after several hours of wearing the tint. I really hate it when a lip product makes my lips feel dry so it’s obvious that this tint won’t be my favorite.
As for its lasting power, it also not the best in my opinion. It wears off so fast even when I didn’t eat or drink anything. It’s gone just like that as if my lips absorbs the pigmentation. If I want to re-apply it, I have to remove the stain before or it will look more patchy and I think it’s not too effective and takes too much time.
I’m very sorry Missha, but I won’t recommend this lip to anyone. It’s too drying, the pigmentation and the lasting power are too poor for my liking, and even though it’s affordable, I don’t think it’s worth the quality.
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