5 Reasons We Love Lip Tint
Our Lip Tints have a balmy formula with sheer, buildable color. They're made with natural oils and waxes, and melt into your lips with a highly addictive texture and a hint of peppermint oil. It’s for keeping on your person at all times, just because. Here are 5 reasons to love Lip Tint:
1. Lip Tint is that easy-going and moisturizing lip balm you want to have on hand wherever you go.
Lip Tint applies as easily as lip balm, but wears like you put in the effort of lipstick. You’ll want to keep a couple of them with you for any and all occasions (and non-occasions) because they’re so silky smooth and low-maintenance. They’re perfect for stowing in your handbag, keeping with your desk pens, and stashing in your glove box for whenever you need a little pick-me-up.
2. Lip Tints are packed with rich pigment that can be worn as a sheer lip stain, or a fully saturated lip color.
Because they’re so buildable, Lip Tints are incredibly versatile and universally flattering. For example, while Blackberry starts as a faint stain reminiscent of raspberry jam, with a few layers it continues to hydrate and reaches the deep, lavish shade of merlot.
3. Lip Tints are made with natural oils and waxes that create a protective barrier to heal and hydrate your lips.
Cocoa seed butter, beeswax, coconut oil, jojoba oil, pomegranate seed oil--just to name a few--have occlusive, emollient, and hydrating properties to lock in nourishment, and protect your lips from becoming dry or dull.
4. Lip Tint is our favorite bonus blush in a pinch--swipe it onto the apples of your cheeks and blend with your fingers for a subtle, creamy flush of color.
It builds and blends easily for the sheerest stain or a natural flush of color on your cheeks. Reach for the one in your handbag for an afternoon pick-me-up, or when you make last-minute happy hour plans for after work.
Honey is a barely-there peachy nude. Petal is a delicate your-lips-but-better pink that’s perfect for your average workday or done up with a smoky eye. Paprika’s terracotta red adds a bricky warmth to your lips, and builds to a deeper red with a few layers. Rosewood is the subtle, wearable update to the 90s brown lip, and Blackberry builds to a rich, saturated berry-wine color.