Bright Fuschia Pink?
I've tried *several* brands of the "your natural shade of pink" products (including Smashbox). The only one I haven't tried yet is the Dior one. I am fair, my lips are fairly full and have a light natural pinky nude color when bare. Every single one of these products turns bright garish fuschia pink on me (one actually had the ugly fuschia with a tinge of orange, if you can imagine). I've swatched them on my hand, walk around the store a bit to give it time to change, find the color flattering on my hand, buy it, but then when I actually put it on my lips it always turns into the ugly fuschia. There's no way I can use the sample in the store on my lips (yuck!). I'm just wondering if anyone knows if all these companies are using the same "intuitive" technology? If they do, I'm not even going to bother. I'm not a returner, so my friends and family score big with all my leftovers. =(
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
on LipSurgence™ Skintuitive Lip Tint
Tarte tint is definitely more in the bright pink category. It's hard to tell exactly what it will look like on you, but I'm also fair (pale) and actually own both Tarte and Dior. I use Tarte for more of a statement look, since it is somewhat bright on me. Dior is more tamed, natural and softer, yet still gives you the pink hue.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
This product is definitely PINK, but I find this one to be a more natural shade of pink than other hot Barbie pink or fuchsia "intuitive" products. The product's texture is translucent enough that my lips don't look coated in lipstick or lip gloss: it's more like a lip balm, and that makes the bright pink colour much more wearable.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
It's basically a heat sensitive additive in the make-up. EX: I was eating ice cream one day, then reapplied, my lips were a drastically different color. Since everyone's internal body temperature ranges around 98.6 degrees F, the color change will be subtle, but always a watermelon pink to fuchsia color. My lips were nearly red when they were cold.
answered 3 years ago
its not bright at all and you can apply a thin layer making more sheer thats why i dont like it its not to bright in my opion
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
The description you gave of yourself lets me think that you would have about the same results than me so here. I really like this lipcolour, it does make your lips pink but not in an unnatural way. It works more in a way that my boyfriend doesn't think im wearing makeup when I'm wearing this.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago