I have a love hate relationship with these lip tints from Ere Perez, I am already a huge fan of the brand, see my review of the Carrot Colour pots here, but I find the lip tints a little harder to work with than some of the other products. The lip tints are a really interesting product, so I still want to share my thoughts.
The brand has recently gone through a rebrand and introduced new packaging. I have one of the lip tints in the new packaging and one in the old and I can say the new packaging is a vast improvement. The old packaging featured a rollerball that was messy and difficult to use, the new packaging includes an applicator wand that allows for a more precise application. The tints are a very thinly textured, highly pigmented product. Technically they can be used on the cheeks and the lips, but application on the cheeks does require a really quick application and plenty of blending.
You can achieve a full coverage application with these tints, but due to the thin texture I find you have to build up a few layers before this is achieved, I tend to find the first layer tends to look a little bit streaky. The lasting power is really great, but you do need well prepped lips to get the best results. The tints will cling to any dry patches of skin and fade unevenly if lips are dry.
The Lip tints come in two shades; Joy is a bright red shade with an orange undertone and Fun is a bright almost neon pink. Fun is easily my favourite, as I find the warm undertones in Joy just don’t suit me, it does however look stunning on pale skin and red hair. I don’t love these as much as the Carrot colour pots, which are creamy and so flattering on the lips, but I do reach for Fun when I want a bright lip. A with the other products in the Ere Perez range the product is infused with lots of natural ingredients such as rosehip, beetroot and carrot and they have a slight sweetness thanks to the agave extract. Both shades are also completely vegan.
The Ere Perez Beetroot cheek and lip tints cost £22 and can be found here.