[REVIEW] Peripera Ink Airy Velvet – New F/W 2017 Shades (in Glimpse Brick Brown and Dry Rose Brown)

Hiiiiiii guys! It’s been awhile since the last time I write a blogpost, aaannndddd today I’m doing a makeup review!

To be honest, I’m not a lip-tint kinda girl, I’m more a matte lip cream kinda girl. BUT! Peripera is releasing a new shade for their airy ink velvet line~~~~ so I’m kinda tempted to buy some since they are so pretty! So after a lot of thinking I decided to buy 2 shade of their 5 new shade, which is no 8. Glimpse Brick Brown and no. 10 Dry Rose Brown.

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Left: No. 10 Dry Rose Brown – Right: No. 8 Glimpse Brick Brown

As always, the lip-tint is in Peripera’s signature packaging which I really like because its super cute! But the product description is all written in korean, and since I can’t even understand korean, I don’t know what’s written in the product description. duh. Anyway, according to Peripera’s website, this lip-tint is a very light-weight and non-drying tint that will give you a velvet flower petal-ish finish. And so they say, this lip-tint is a best-seller in Korea, and I think this tint is a best-seller too in Indonesia.

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the applicator

The applicator is the usual lip-tint/lip-cream applicator, and thank god its not too narrow nor too straight. I don’t like an applicator that’s too narrow because it somehow makes it hard to apply. And once again, according to Peripera’s website the applicator has a air passageway so we can get a lighter finish.

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Each bottle contains 0.28oz which is around 8gram that can be used up to 12 months, meaning it will be expire in 12 months and you shouldn’t use it if its already past 12 months guyss!! don’t!! using an expired makeup will only do you bad things:( So if its already past 12 months since you open this bottle and you haven’t used it completely yet, you have to say goodbye to this baby. Anyway, this tint smells like a mint candy and somehow has a mint-ish cool-ish feeling when I applied it on my lip.

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Top: Dry Rose Brown – Bottom: Glimpse Brick Brown

I don’t know why but no matter how many times I took this picture, the swatch of Dry Rose Brown turned out to be pink-brown-ish, but in real life it was more purple-ish shade. I was looking for a lip-tint that has a more deep/warmer tone rather than a bright tone and I’m excited when I saw Peripera’s airy ink velvet new shade. But, I actually kinda disappointed when I try this on my lip because I’m expecting it to has a more brown tone, rather, the Dry Rose Brown has a purple tone when I apply it on my lip and the Glimpse Brick Brown is more leaning towards a coral tone than brown.

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SWAATTCHESSSSS

Dry Rose Brown is kinda not wearable for me since it turned to be purple-ish colour on my lip and its just not my usual color. But, I can mix Dry Rose Brown and Glimpse Brick Brown altogether and it turned out to be a shade that’s more me~. I love the Glimpse Brick Brown though, and I don’t hate this lip-tint since it do have a velvet-y finish which I reallllyyyyy loveeeeee! and its true that this lip-tint is super light weight and non-drying. I prefer to finish the application with dabbing it with my finger to make more natural and velvet look.

In my opinion, peripera ink airy velvet is worth to buy since they’re cheap and very pigmented and very long-lasting. I definitely will repurchase this tint if they ever release a new shade that has a warmer tone or more brown tone.

Rate? 8.5/10

I think that’s it for today! What’s your favourite lip-tint? Share your thoughts on comment box bellow!

See you later babes!

Love,

Salsa

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