Peach C Holiday Tint Rose Beige Review:
The first product I tried from Peach C was the Peach C Cotton Blusher which I already reviewed months ago. I was so impressed with the quality and the blusher was in my top blusher list. Not long after, I bought the Peach C Holiday Tint which was a huge trend in Korea and I was hoping that the tint will work as good as the blusher on me. Lately it’s so easy to find Peach C products on various online stores so you can buy and try it as well if you’re curious.
You can easily find the information about this tint on their official website, which is Haneul Haneul (they are originally a Korean clothing store). When I searched about it, the tint got 5 stars reviews and on Instagram posts, all of the beauty influencers were praising the tint (well they maybe got PR/endorsed by Peach C but still, those good reviews encouraged me to try it as well). The price is not that expensive so I think it’s still under ‘affordable’ label and can be afforded by teenagers and adults as well.
+ A tint with rich moisturizing juicy colour payoff.
+ Allows smooth apply and one touch to give gorgeous colour payoff with a clean finish.
+ Moisturizes lips inside and gives a matte finish outside.
Water, Caprylyl Methicone, Dimethicone, Glycerin, Peg-12 Dimethicone A Ppg-20 Crosspolymer Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Polyglyceryl-2 Triisostearate, Isododecane, Pentylene Glycol Cetyl Peg/Ppg-10/1 Dimethicone, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Fragrance, Propanediol Aluminum Hydroxide, Illicium Verum (Anise) Fruit Extract, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Yellow 6 (Ci 15985) Red 28 (Ci 45410), Yellow S (Ci 19140), Iron Oxide Red (0177491), Red 6 (0115850), Red 7 (Ci 15850) Iron Oxide Black (Ci 77499), Red 33 (Ci 17200), Blue 1 (Ci 42090)
How to Use :
Apply a proper amount from the centre of the lips and spread over evenly.
Volume : 4.5g
My lip area : Slightly dry
Peach C Holiday Tint Rose Beige Review:
I have to say that there’s nothing special about the packaging except that they make it in more feminine color, with baby peach color for the lids and transparent bottle so you can see the shade inside. It does come with a box and the box itself is prettier than the actual packaging, to be honest.
Inside there’s a doe-foot applicator to apply the tint. The applicator has a bit slanted shape on its side but it doesn’t effect the application at all. Because I have small lips, it takes time to spread the tint evenly on my lips because of the doe-foot shape and it’s hard to reach the corner and the cupid’s bow areas on my lips because the applicator tip is too round.
If you don’t like scented product or sweet scent, I think you won’t like this tint. It has a strong sweet scent, almost like a kid syrup medicine. I have no problem with it, in fact I love sweet-scented product so I don’t think it’s a big deal but if you are sensitive to fragrance, better avoid this tint because it contains a lot of fragrance in it as you can see from the ingredient list.
Peach C makes the tint in 5 different but basic colors such as beige, coral, orange, and red. The shades are pretty but if you are used to Korean lip tint, then you may find the shade range may be a bit too boring.
Because I just want to try the tint, I decided to get the most natural shade, the Rose Beige one. Just by its name you can tell that it is an MLBB beige shade that can be worn for any occasion, even the official swatch looks really pretty on the lips.
The fact is, the shade is not as natural as I thought on my skin tone. I expect a beige or a n*dish pink shade but on me the shade is more on the deep coral color. The color is okay but I prefer something lighter in color or something similar to the one they show on their website.
Maybe it’s because of my complexion but I find this shade has white undertone so it doesn’t suit my skin tone too well. If you have deeper skin tone that me, I think you will find the shade perfect for an MLBB look.
The first time I apply it, I don’t like it. It emphasized my dry lips and it’s too white-tone for me. I try making a gradient lips but it doesn’t work that well. It’s easy to blend though so at least my lips don’t look like a patchy mess. Because of these things, I immediately dislike the tint but after some time, I decided to give it another chance to see if it will perform better or not.
I wore the tint from the afternoon until late at night to see the real quality. Maybe it’s because my lips condition is better (I started to give my lips proper treatment) , the tint looks totally different ,except that it is still too pale for me. It still cling to my dry area but it’s not too noticeable.
It also sets better and feels more comfortable on my lips. I’m surprised to see that the problems before have vanished just because my lips condition change. It means the tint won’t work well on a very dry lips. If you have dry lips but still want to try the tint, I suggest you to use lip mask, lip scrub, and lip balm before applying the tint.
After it sets, it is transfer-resistant and won’t stain anything. I try kissing my hand to see and it doesn’t stain my hand at all! It also hold pretty well against oily food so it’s definitely a pleasant surprise. The tint is really long lasting, it stays on my lips for hours and even after I eat, the color is still on my lips with only a little bit of fading, start from the inner part of the lips.
To remove the tint, you need to use a good cleansing water. Cleansing wipes only won’t remove the tint totally from your lips. I used Bioderma to remove it and I have to press a little to make sure that the stain is completely removed. It needs effort to remove it but I don’t mind because it’s very long lasting and comfortable on the lips.
Long lasting, transfer-resistant, comfortable, lightweight and can stay against oily foods. These good qualities make me glad that I decided to give this tint another chance. I would give it 5 out of 5 but I think Peach C need to work harder on making new shades.
The shade range is very basic, there’s no variation and the shades are too similar with shades from other lip tints so there’s nothing new or special here. Nonetheless I will still recommend this tint to try!
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