Julia’s Lip Tint is an interesting product that was recently brought to my attention. Love Benetint? Or just love cheek and lip stains in general? Julia’s Lip Tint is for you.
This is incredibly long wearing lip stain that tops and rivals many big name brands. I was pleasantly surprised after trying it out and I think you will be too.
Take a look!
Available in over ten shades Julian’s Long Last Lip Tint is a beautiful lip stain created with a rosewater and glycerin base. I think some of the key selling points here are the variety of shades the product comes in, the amount of glycerin used which doesn’t dry lips out but provides moisture, and the incredible long wear.
Mystic Mauve, Caribbean Rose, Coralesque, and Peachy Keen
After washing and it still didn’t budge!
I like Benetint, I love Posietint, and I adore my Vincent Long Lip and Cheek Stains however, I could possibly ditch all of those and happily replace them with Julia’s Long Last Lip Tint. I sound like a commercial, I know, but this is a great formula.
Although a little shy about marketing it as such this acts as a wonderful cheek stain. The site markets it as more of a lip stain versus a cheek stain but it can be easily be used either way. It’s a very pigmented product no matter where you use it.
The reason it tops so many stains available at the moment would be the ease of use. It contains a rather heavy glycerin base which allows it to have a more moisturizing feel and a very easy to blend formula. I always get many e-mails asking me, “How do I apply Benetint? It sets too fast! It leaves spots on my cheeks and looks patchy! What do I do? What am I doing wrong?” Benetint and many other stains do indeed set fast. You have little time to blend them out. Now Julia’s Long Last Lip Tint sets just as quickly but it has a more moisturizing base which enables it to blend out easier on cheeks and leaves behind fresher more natural color. No patch issues here, no dots, or unevenness, just beautiful natural color.
The other great thing about the product is the fact it’s available in such a wide selection of shades. Other than Vincent Longo not a ton of brands do not offer a variety of colors in a stain. Typically you’re lucky to get some sort of warm peach and a pink or a red. Julia’s Lip Tint is offered in over ten different shades.
More good news…the formula is very long lasting. This is something you’ll put on and need makeup remover to remove. On cheeks it’ll last forever, hours on end, even through a day at the pool! On lips you can get a good solid eight hours of stain on lips and will likely need to remove excess at the end of the night with an oil based eye and lip makeup remover.
And finally, the cost….a larger bottle (not sure exact size) sets you back $14.95 including shipping. A single bottle will last you literally ages however, you’ll like want several shades so you might be well stocked in lip stain for the rest of your life with this much pigmentation and product.
Note: Just to confirm I spoke to the seller and she tells me the ingredients include various basic dyes which cosmetic companies use in combination with natural vegetable dyes, (vegetable) glycerin and artificial rosewater. I hope this helps.
With a lovely rose fragrance, a gorgeous moisturizing formula that doesn’t dry lips out, and an array of shades to choose from Julia’s Julia’s Long Last Lip Tint is an indie beauty product you won’t want to miss. This tiny brand might not be recognized well by the beauty world at the moment but once everyone discovers its secret I’m positive it’ll grace makeup bags far and wide.
Shade Caribbean Rose on Lips and Cheeks
Shade Mystic Mauve without Gloss
Shade Mystic Mauve on Lips with Gloss
Shade Peachy Keen on Cheeks
You need it.
Available from www.juliasliptint.com
This review contains a sample
product sent for consideration by PR.
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