First, a vocabulary lesson. Pack, in Korean (and correctly pronounced as peck), refers to a type of mask that is lifted or peeled from the skin when dry.
Berrisomâ€™s My Lip Tint Pack abides by the same principle (glob it on, wait, peel it off), but instead of the glowing skin youâ€™d expect after, say, a luminizing mask, youâ€™re left with perfectly stained lips.
Itâ€™s revolutionary, a little startling, and potentially frustratingâ€”all of which makes it that much more exciting in my book.
The formula is like a stain, but on a hefty dose of steroids. This isn’t a swipe-on-and-go tintâ€”you’ll need about 15 minutes, some manual dexterity, and a strong stomach for fake gore.
The gloss goes on and peels off like raspberry-flavoured superglue. The peeling process is supposed to help remove dead skin cells from your lips, so be prepared to lose a layer or two.
It’s not so much hydrating like the formula suggests, but that’s not really the nature of a stain anyway. You might need to add some balm afterwards, but it’s well worth itâ€”after the peel, you’ve got a base stain that’s a bright but believable pink. And that color’s not moving for at least 12 hours. So those afraid of colour commitment literally need not apply.
Berrisom’s peel-off lip tints aren’t available in Malaysian stores just yet, but you could always order online on Soko Glam or Amazon, if you have cash to splurge.-MYNEWSHUB.CC