The Etude House Rosy Tints come in eight shades. I bought #3 (Rose Petal) and #7 (Tea Rose) off W2Beauty, which is my favourite Korean cosmetics website because of the sheer amount of samples Alice (founder and owner) sends me and because she also sends candy!
Here is the review and swatches of Etude House Rosy Tint Lip colour.
Packaging of Etude House Rosy Tint LipsThe white external box has lovely pink and red roses - I doubt I will throw away this packaging.
Formula, pigmentation and staying power of Etude House Rosy TintsThese are quite creamy, easy to apply and really pigmented. The finish is a creamy matte and the colour does transfer, but these tints leave behind a really pretty stain, which I'll show you in a minute.
The write-up is a copy-editor's nightmare....
Swatches of Etude House Rosy Tint LipsFirst up, here are swatches on the hand, directly from the tube - without being spread out. Tea Rose to the left; Rose Petal to the right.
Below is Rose Petal - natural light but in a moving car so there is more light near the window. No, I was not driving! Both are medium coverage - how soft IS this lip look?!?
I absolutely love the Etude House Rosy Tint Lips and will be buying a few more shades - maybe #2 (Sunny Flower), #4 (Sweet Poison) and #5 (Sunny Flower), which are variations of coral and pink. I shall swatch them for you once they arrive. You can pick these up from W2Beauty for $12.55. Use the code 2758605 if it is your first order and get $5 off.
Disclaimer: I paid for this; not PR.
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