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Review // Organics by H Lipz and Blush Gelatints

Disclaimer: These products were sent to us by @organics.byh on Instagram in exchange for an honest review.

Product Details: 
What: Lipz and Blush Gelatints in the shades Candy, Paris, and Firedrop

“Organic tint for lips and cheeks”

Credits to the Organics by H Instagram
L-R: Candy, Paris, Firedrop

Candy is a fluorescent pink.

Paris is a deep red with purple undertones.

Firedrop is a stunning bright red.

*All these smell like sweet candy. There is also no undesirable taste. πŸ™‚

Amount: 10mL

Ingredients: Aqua, Vegetable Glycerin, FD&C, Strawberry and Milk Essence, Propylene Glycol, Less than 1/10 of 1x of Sodium Benzoate, Seaweed Gelatin

Where to buy: You can easily purchase these at @organics.byh on Instagram! πŸ™‚

Price: It’s originally Php 110.00, but since they’re having a big sale now, you can get one for only Php 80.00 until June 30. 





Packaging:
Just like a lot of other Filipino brands, Organics by H uses a rollerball applicator with their products. The product comes in a very sleek, black tube, but I find that the font used takes away from the overall feel of the product. The packaging is practical, especially when it comes to travelling, although it can get a little difficult to control the amount of product being dispensed.

L-R: Candy, Paris, Firedrop

Texture: These three have a very watery consistency. I honestly expected these to be a bit less watery due to the “gelatint” printed beneath the product name, but I guess the formula and texture is well-suited to the packaging and helps the product last longer. Just a little warning, if you have chapped lips like Beryl does, these might settle in those dry areas, emphasizing them but not irritating them. If you’re planning to use this tint, it will be better if you exfoliate and moisturize your lips beforehand. 

Application: The applicator dispenses a decent amount of product onto the lips, but I find that application can become a little messy since it’s quite easy to accidentally apply too much. Candy actually has a subtly different consistency in comparison to Paris and Firedrop which are both less watery. Candy seems almost water-like and has the tendency to get on your teeth which is nothing a little clean-up won’t solve.

Here are the lip swatches! πŸ™‚




Btw, most of the lip swatches look better on Audrey, but that’s because Beryl’s lips are chapped and dry like crazy! 

Value for Money: Definitely worth it. For even Php 110.00, it’s really affordable since the product is very pigmented, so a little goes a long way. It also stains the lips and leaves the color on for a very long time. It could be a little difficult to apply, but it’ll last you all day without any touch-ups, so it’s certainly worth it. It can also create a pretty gradient effect with the help of your fingers or a brush.

Verdict: Overall, this product is worth a try! It’s affordable, pigmented, and long-lasting! There’s also a lot of shades to choose from, so I’m sure you can find one that would suit you the most. πŸ™‚ 

Beryl’s favorite shade out of these 3 would probably be Firedrop. Red shades really suit her fair complexion, and it helps her teeth appear whiter.

Audrey’s favorite shade out of these 3 would probably be Paris. The shade really suits her skin tone, and she also feels like the formulation of Paris is better. πŸ™‚

Thank you @organics.byh for sending us these! Much love! xx

Have you tried these lip and cheek tints? What do you think? Leave a comment below! πŸ™‚ 


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