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Chooseday Tuesday: Peripera Peris Tint Marker

Happy Chooseday Tuesday Everyone!
It’s indeed a happy day for me aside from the sun now shinning bright, my self feel a lot better though my voice hasn’t come back to it’s normal state and I still have a bitter taste on foods, my body says she’s perfectly fine. I just couldn’t let my posting schedule be ruined so I strive hard to get better. *laughs* Okay, main reason is my thoughts are running spontaneously about this product review that I couldn’t make it pass.

See?! Who among you remembers their play pretend using their crayons and markers as lipsticks, raise their hands!
I can’t…I just can’t sleep my way to full recovery while half of my brain is thinking how smoothly it  runs to my lips. You just got me Peripera!
For those of you who missed my last review about Peripera Peris Tint Water, here is her sister included in the Peris Line. The Peris Tint Marker.
I know you had a good conclusion why I chose this. Aside from the obvious which is a tint , who wouldn’t be anxious to buy this product that vividly reminds us of the little girl we are, filling our lips with markers as lipsticks? Don’t ask me what color I used, but it wasn’t red. I got a shock of green. But anyways, it really caught my fancy.
The reason why Peripera has this playful theme of packaging is that being the love child of Clio ( another Korean brand of makeup popularly known for its Lipnicure: Lip Manicure ) it aims to cater the young crowd or young at heart. This theme has brought them for being innovative in their product line. By the way, let me introduce you to the girl in the packaging. Say Hi! to Pink Sunny. She was created by  the artist Mari Kim who collaborated with the famous 2NE1.

I bought this from a sale bundle that includes 3 lip products for a price of Php 800. I’m not fully aware of how much it costs individually for Peripera isn’t available in the market here. The only way to acquire this is to purchase online. I saw this particular product at W2Beauty for $13.14 or Php 617.13. ( woah! )  It is available in five basic colors nd what I’m reviewing for you today is Pink Stain.

imageWhat you see from the swatch that I made is a subtle pink color which I instanly love. Maybe because I had so many lip tints in reds that I want to try the lighter ones instead. Perfect for gradient lips or you can also do full. The lip marker that I had comes in a black pen like packaging which is the new look from the previous white one.

From the web


It was love at first use. I can’t fully say that it’s been influenced with my nostalgia but it really did it’s job. It glides smoothly with it’s felt tip which also gives you a precise application. It’s quick drying but, has a moist finish that doesn’t transfer. Though the color that I chose is a light pink, one swipe would suffice if you want that subtle natural look but is buildable. I just notice that the color in my lips changes to red as it oxidies. Your lips will tend to dry because of the quick drying formulation so it is best advised to apply lip balm after using to prevent it from chaffing. The tint actually last me a whole day, but would fade into a lighter shade if you would eat or take liquids. the formulation didn’t settle in my lips, and the best part is that it didn’t stain my teeth. It’s also a good touch up if you are already tired of re-applying your lipstick. You can also do this without a mirror which I often use because of the pointed tip that serves as my guide. Doesn’t have a strong taste and smell which I now stress out when looking for tints. Actually it best reminds me of a candy because of the sweet scent. It’s very handy to carry around for it won’t leak, break, won’t loose cap and fits any purse because of it’s slender shape. If I would have one worry that would be how long it will last. It states 6 months shelf time in the box. That would be a problem is if it dries up quickly. And another thing to consider, based on a real life marker itself is that the tip would worn out from further use. Again, the above mentioned won’t be proven until such time. Other than that, I don’t have other qualm.

If we will review it’s claims from what is stated in the web, points 1 and 2 were checked but not number 3 for I felt my lips dry as the day progressed.


  • longevity
  • easy to use
  • no spills, leak
  • won’t bleed/transfer proof
  • doesn’t stain lips
  • no strong smell/taste


  • tends to dry lips
  • product could dry up
  • tip has a possibility to worn out


The success factor that I would give this product is 8/10. Over all, I’m fairly satisfied with the outcome other than the drying part ( lips ) which is manageable. I just say that use this with a care that you’ll give your markers if you don’t want to dry them up quickly, always secure the cap or don’t leave it open for a long period of time. Remember it has a quick drying  formula that means it has alcohol. Tip is solid and sturdy unless you won’t use it properly it would worn out in no less than time.

Peris Tint Marker is from the Peripera line of Club Clio. It is manufactured in South Korea.

Until my next lippie review Ladies, Jal Ga ( Korean word which means bye, go well )

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Chooseday Tuesday: Peripera Peri’s Water Tint

Hello Lovelies! It’s this time again of the week that I get to pull another lip product and do a review for you. As promised, my month long highlight of newly purchased lippies. For this Tuesday, it’ll be Peripera Peris Tint Water.
This was purchased online under the sale tag. I got this for a bundle which means there are a few more lip products along. image The best part would be the freebies.  imageAll three for a price of Php 800 ( $17 ).
For the span of time that I was on a low buy, different kinds of Korean lip products came soaring in the market. Let’s just say I was making up for my absence. Taking in mind that it was also the hype then that I refuse myself to dive in. I wouldn’t see myself owning these three all at the same time just like this. Unlike now, everyone is calm and behaved and on sale. Wohoo!
This would be my second Korean lip tint purchase for this month. Although Holika is also the same, this doesn’t come with a balm but a sole glass bottle of liquid tint which pretty much reminds me of Benetint.

Lip tints has been a go to lip product since Tony Moly made it’s impression on me. What brings me to this are: lightweight and easy to use. No feathering, no smudging. Matte finish. Natural looking colors and most of all economical. I say this 6.5ml would last me a lifetime.
Okay, let’s go down to the product. Peris Tint Water is only one of the few from the Peris Line of Peripera. As predicted, the cute packaging is always a bonus. The girl in the box. Am I seeing an Arianna Grande inspiration? Her bow looks like ears to me. On to what it says on the box:

Like juice, this water tint spreads upon lips with vivid colors. With a single touch perfectly dewy colors give an elegant look. Fruit Complex help give vitality to the lips.

Aside from this brief description in English, the rest is already in Korean so I have to consult the web again for further understanding.

Peri’s Tint Water comes in five colors. Though you could still see it as the basics, I’m pretty much surprised to see an orange one which often than not included in this typical line. Unfortunately because it’s on sale, only a few stocks were available. What I’m reviewing with you now is #1 Cherry Juice.


  • lightweight
  • long-lasting
  • suoer bright colors


Aside from being a lip tint which is already an edge for me, with all honesty I was thinking that this will be my solution for my long overdue lust over Benetint. Don’t be suprised why for the longest time, I haven’t purchased one. The tint comes in a liquid form, not your jelly type consistency of lip tint so it’s not sticky. That for me is a pro already because I should say, with an experience with lip tints I could vouch that liquids doesn’t give you that sticky film in your lips which is quite annoying. Why Liquid? Because it’s made to resemble fruit juices for Peripera’s explanation. I see a good vibrant color in one swipe with it’s doe foot applicator. This is one of my qualm though for lip tints, I find doe foot applicator unhygenic. Though I find some that comes in a brush which personally I would prefer. It didn’t settle on my lip lines which is another good point. Didn’t dry my lips but it’s highly recommended to exfoliate to achieve best results. It lasted me a good five hours with occasional water intake and lips licking. I had this used by my sister. She is acidic so I found out that her lips seems to eat the tint. Needless to say, it didn’t last her that long so she have to re-apply. So for those of you who have the same state, this would probably might happend. It’s a matte finish so there’s no smudges or transfer. I would also like to point out that I used this as a cheek tint due to curiosity. I find that it blends evenly on my “after” swatch giving you a subtle flush color which I love. ( I have to give a seperate review on this when used as a cheek tint, promise! ) No bitter after taste, more of like a candy. No overpowering smell. One thing I noticed is that it seems to bleed on my teeth. I end up looking like a vampire who just finished drinking a glass of blood. Ok, just exaggerating, in effect for the coming Halloween. *wink* But seriously, you have to apply in good moderation, and avoid pressing your lips whilst it’s wet for it tends to stain your teeth.


  • liquid consistency
  • lightweight
  • no sticky feel
  • vibrant color
  • smooth application
  • doesn’t dry lips
  • matte
  • no transfer/smudge proof
  • no overpowering smell/taste
  • lasts for hours
  • affordable


  • doe foot applicator
  • bleeds on your teeth

To sum it up, Peripera Peri’s Tint Water is a highly recommendable product. It’s a good Benetint sub for those who doesn’t want to splurge. Has an outstanding attributes for a lip tint. Because of it’s liquid water consistency, a bottle could lasts a long period of time. Very buget friendly. I would rate this a 7/10 if only not it’s staining my teeth.

Peripera is a namesake of a Persian fairy, Peri. It is manufactured in South Korea.

Until my next lippie review ladies. Ciao!