|Before anything else, let me just say that these serum drop tints are NOTHING like your average lip tints.|
|LANEIGE LUCKY CHOUETTE SERUM DROP TINTS|
HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT FROM LIP AND CHEEK TINTS?
Unlike lipstick that stay on the surface and smear with an opaque look, drop serum tints stain the lips and give you a more translucent look. They're extremely long-wearing and lightweight. Once it dries, you'll forget it's there. They also don't dry my lips as much.
You can apply directly to your lips with its lip applicator but I prefer to blend it in afterwards with my pinky and top it off with some gloss for a more plump and youthful look (youthful being the keyword. LOL). You can also add a bit of highlight on the middle of your lower lip and cupid's bow to make your lips appear even bigger.
|THEY TRANSLATE DIFFERENTLY WHEN BLENDED ON THE LIPS (and cheeks)|
OTHER WAYS TO USE IT
APPLY TO CHEEKS AND SKIP THE HIGHLIGHTER. Yup, I've tried haha. When applied to cheeks they come off as sheer and shimmery as if you've already applied some highlighter on top of your blush. Also, they're easier to blend since they don't dry as quickly + they smell really good too.
AND FINALLY, THEY'RE GREAT FOR KOREAN STYLE OMBRE/GRADIENT LIPS!
To achieve this cute and trendy look, I find it's best to work with lips that are chap-free, plump and moisturized.
I love BEACH BORN's Bam Balm Lip Scrub and Plumper in a tube. It does a perfect job of getting rid of dry skin and lessening fine lines on the lips + it's super addicting. Use this first before attempting a gradient effect.
|beach born bam balm review|