Saturday, 18 January 2014

Korean lipstick review 2: Innisfree, Etude House

I have been accumulating a lot of new lipsticks over the past few months and wanted to share them with you here.
Innisfree vivid tint rouge, lipstick and Etude House

A couple of months ago Innisfree released the vivid tint lipstick and vivid tint rouge range. They were really popular in Korea because they were very pigmented and long lasting. I think Innisfree came out with a couple of new shades for Spring.

The shades I got were 06, 07, 09, 10.

Innisfree vivid tint lipstick shades 07, 10, 09 from top.

Innisfree vivid tint rouge in shade 06
The Innisfree vivid tint rouge is meant to be similar to the YSL lip stains. I'm not a fan of this one because I don't like the glossy sticky feeling. Also it doesn't really tint my lips and transfer like crazy. The Innisfree vivid tint lipsticks are pretty good though. I love shade 10 which is a raspberry pink/maroon colour. It glides on really smoothly and is matte but moisturising. It still transfers but does last quite a few hours.

Etude House Jelly Lips JPK004 and Dear My Blooming Lips RD306
Next up are these Etude House lipsticks. These have a really moisturising formula. The Etude House Jelly Lips is a really pretty colour. Nearly identical to the Revlon lip butter in the shade Juicy Papaya. But the Revlon lip butter has a smoother and creamier texture. The Jelly Lips is also thinner in consistency and has a sheer glossy finish. It smells like jelly beans too! The Blooming Lips is a deep red and tends to stain your lips. It has a slight glossy finish as well. It is a really pretty colour but is quite high maintenance since it transfers very easily.

L -R: Innisfree vivid tint rouge 06, Innisfree vivid tint lipstick 07, 10, 09, Etude House Jelly Lips JPK004, Etude House Dear My Blooming Lips RD306

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