The Saem Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint in shade 5 Yogurtberry Mousse was purchased by Cosmeperks.
I am attracted with any cute cosmetics easily. It is like a clue for many brands out there, make your product in a cute packaging and I will buy that, LOL. So, the biggest reason why I really wanted to try the product to review is, of course, its cute packaging. If you remember, I have told you guys on my review of The Saem Saemmul Real Gel Tint, that I want to try and collect all of Saemmul candy tint series since the package shouts CUTE!
Now I am bringing you The Saem Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint which is claimed as a matte tint. This product has 5 shades on its color chart. I wanted to try their fourth shade which is Grapefruit Mousse. Unlucky me because the shade was already sold out. So I picked the most unique color that went to fifth shade, Yogurtberry Mousse. Depends on the commercial pictures, this shade should be pinkish purple color. I think it looks pretty and can be used for daily. Well, let’s see if the commercial pictures give me satisfying result or otherwise.
– Thin and light mousse textures lip tint provides smooth finish and lively colors to create a brighter makeup.
– Has a stay coat layer that holds pigment and moisturizing ingredients for a long time without smudging, to keep vivid color without drying.
– Fresh juicy vivid color like fresh fruit fragrance.
Honey extracts and hyaluronic acid
Volume: 8 g
How to use:
Apply an adequate amount start from the centre of the lips and spread evenly
My Lips Type:
Normal with some fine lines, pigmented
The Saem Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint In Shade 5 Yogurtberry Mousse Review:
If you have ever seen Saemmul Water Candy Tint product, this one has similar packaging. It is cute in a pink candy shape. A thing that makes them different is the Water Candy Tint has transparent tube while Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint has pastel pink tube. And since the tube is not transparent, we couldn’t see how much the content left inside. But personally, I like the pastel pink tube more. It is more cute, isn’t it?
Aside from its cute packaging, I had a hard time finding the complete information (especially the ingredients list) of this product, so did with the other candy tint series. All of the three candy tint products I’ve tried had a few information on their package. Moreover, every product came with only a thin seal. It would be better if it’s boxed and with the complete descriptions about the product itself on the box.
Meanwhile, The Saem’s official website doesn’t help a lot for the product information. I was lucky enough found the complete ingredients list of Saemmul Real Gel Tint on my previous review, but for this one, I was not. Well, at least I got the two key ingredients of this product which are honey extracts and hyaluronic acid. Both of them provide intensive moisture to lips. So I guess, even if you have dry lips, you could try this product without big worry.
Ah, almost forgot. Do not be confused which one is the upper side and the bottom side because there is an arrow on the tube that shows you which one you should twist up to open the cap.
Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint has a little bit short wand for the applicator, but it is still comfortable in my hand. The tip of the applicator is doe foot type, just like the most common applicator among lip tints. The angle of the applicator fits nicely on my natural lips contours and could give a precise application.
The bristles are soft too. And not too much of the content that adhered on the bristles. I usually dip twice to full and bold use.
Like the name, the texture is like a mousse. It is creamy but not that thick like a cream. It is lightweight and smooth like a whipped cream, hence it glides smoothly onto my lips. It is also easy to be blended when I want to make gradient lips.
It smells good and fresh too, like sweet cherries. The scent is very similar with Saemmul Real Gel Tint – Chateau Burgundy, but while the Real Gel Tint is more like a cherry syrup, this one is having a slightly hint of milk scent.
The shade #5 Yogurtberry Mousse is a raspberry rose color but more pinkish with hint of purple. It is a warm shade and wearable for daily look. The color would be a little bit darker after few times, but still pretty. The pigmentation is good too. One swipe is enough to cover up my natural lip color.
It is not a matte lip tint but semi-matte. And it needs a little bit long to set up until it becomes completely semi-matte. Firstly, it would be a little bit glossy but not sticky (you could even see the sheens on my photo) and turns into semi-matte around 1.5-2 hours later. Is that too long, matte gals? Hehe…
Well, honestly since I’m not a dead-matte-lip girl, I just love the result from this product. I like the glossy effect and let it be semi-matte naturally after hours. In case you don’t want to wait any longer, you could create a matte look faster by pressing a tissue againts your lips and very gently tap with a brush. To make the surface perfectly matte, you can apply a thin layer of translucent powder (I usually use Innisfree No Sebum Powder for this trick).
I feel that its two key ingredients I mentioned before work so well because I don’t feel my lips become drier while using this product. Even after the glossy effect disappeared, it still looks velvety matte on my lips. It doesn’t sink to my fine lines too.
Great staying power up till 6 hours. Once became semi-matte, it means the product already set perfectly, it will be transferproof. But when it’s still glossy, as guessed, it transferred easily. And since it is basically a lip tint, it will leave a stain on your lips. For this shade, I got dark pink stain.
Surprisingly, I like Mousse Candy Tint the most among the other Saemmul candy family (well, haven’t tried the Jelly one, though). From the texture, consistency, packaging until the finish result, Saemmul Mousse Candy Tint works the best on my lips.
I adore the velvety and smooth result on my lips and still gives me moist effect even after hours. It has typically Korean matte-lip result, which is semi-matte or velvety matte or matte but moist inside or whatever you call it.
So, if you crazily love dead-matte lips, this is not for you. In addition, though you have dry lips but don’t mind with its semi-matte result (and its limited color options, LOL), you should add this product in your cart, and don’t forget to pay then.
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