|Meow! Cat Chu Wink Tony Tint!|
|Old vs new.|
|Bloody red! :)|
Here's how the Cat Chu Wink Tony Tint looks like when worn. The color on my cheeks lasted the entire day; on my lips it lasted for about four to five hours with a bit of eating and drinking.
|Flushed, rosy color on my cheeks.|
|'Just-bitten' gradient lips.|
- Cute packaging.
- Highly pigmented.
- Buildable color.
- Just a little goes a long way.
- Can be used on the cheek and lips.
- Affordable price. (Php 248 for this 10ml bottle.)
What you might not like:
- It dries quickly, so you have to blend it as quickly as possible.
- If you're using this as a cheek tint, expect stains on your fingers.
And as promised, here's a quick tutorial on how to achieve the 'gradient lips'. Click on the image to enlarge!
|1. Moisturize your lips with a lip balm.|
2. Apply pink lipstick on the outer part of your lips.
3. Dot the lip tint on the center of your lips.
4. Smooth with a clear lip gloss.
At this point, I can still say that regardless of the new packaging and seemingly new formulation, Tony Moly's (as in this Cat Chu Wink Tony Tint) is still the best liquid blush for me. And it's also my favorite lip tint to work with when it comes to creating gradient lips!