Innisfree Eco Flower Tint ♡ Eco Azaleas, Camellia, Eco Rose, Eco Garden Balsam, Eco Calendula Swatches + First Impression

Innisfree Eco Flower Tint

Innisfree had a buy one get one free lip products promotion awhile ago and being the lippie craze here, I bought all the lip colors that is available from Eco Flower Tint, Eco Fruit Tint and Eco Flower Tint Balm.

Today I am sharing with you the swatches and my first impression of the Innisfree Eco Flower Tint, there are five colors available from this range: no.1 Camellia Tint, no.2 Eco Azaleas Tint, no.3 Eco Garden Balsam Tint, no.4 Eco Calendula Tint and no.5 Eco Rose Tint.

Each of the Innisfree Eco Flower Tint is named after a type of flower. The lip tint comes packaged in a standard plastic tube and the color of the packaging reflects to the shade of the lip tint.

Eco Flower Tint comes with a small and narrow applicator that doesn't distribute too much product upon application, therefore, it takes a few swipe to cover the full lips. The lip tint has a thin and watery texture and a semi-sheer coverage that is buildable, but it takes a couple of layer to get that vibrant look.

The formula was moisturizing during the first hour of wear, then it slowly gets very drying. The formula settles into lines and emphasis dry patches and it wears for only three hours despite the many layers I have applied to archive that vibrant look.

The Eco Flower Tint has a strong jasmine perfumey scent, I could smell it when opened the product, as well as applying on the lips, but it disappeared quickly once the tint dries down.

Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint
Innisfree Eco Flower Tint


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Innisfree Eco Flower Tint?

1 comment

  1. I'm a huge fan of jasmine floral scents, I wouldn't mind having more jasmine scented products. I've yet to try any tints recently, not a fan due to how they tend to be dry. I quite like the shade of camellia though, love a bright pink.

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