Review: Etude House Kissful Tint Choux Tangerine

7. June 2013
Hello ♥
You already know from my recent haul post (>>here<<) that I couldn’t resist buying a second Etude House Kissful Tint Choux. This time I ordered the color Tangerine. Etude House’s Kissful Tint Choux is a lip stain in a cute little tube. This product gives your lips a color and shine while still not being heavy and sticky like lip gloss. Etude House provides 4 different colors for this lip stain: #1 Red Chou, #2 Pink Chou, #3 Strawberry Chou and #4 Tangerine Chou. I reviewed the Red Chou before (>>here<<), but I will show you a comparison between the swatches of both products below.

Etude House changed the design of these lip stain recently. The old design looked different and was named 55 Kissful Tint Chou, but it is the same product. Below you can see Etude House‘s advertising picture. Each tube color is adjusted to the color of the product you choose. They all look really cute and girly.
You can squeeze the amount of product you want to use out of the tube and apply it either directly on the lips, or dab it three or four times on the lips and use your fingers for staining all of your lips.
As I said already in my previous review, the stain has a gel structure, but doesn’t feel sticky at all. It feels very moist and gives a nice gloss. Moreover, it gives your lips a plumping effect. It smells fruity and bubblegumy, but I didn’t taste anything specific. Also your lips don’t dry out, nor will it show up in an ugly way on chapped lips. Tangerine doesn’t last as long on your lip as the red stain, because the color is also very light! It looks more orange in the swatch, but it ends up natural on my lips. It makes your natural lip color look more healthy and glossy. I really love both tints ♥
Each tube contains 4.2 g and costs around US$ 8. I paid US$ 8.12 at W2beauty. I can recommend to check out the web store. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration.
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  • The Serotinal 8. June 2013 at 7:05

    Pretty! I avoid sticky glosses because my hair and anything that comes into contact with my lips always sticks to it and it is just not a pleasant sight haha. Thanks for the review! ^^

  • Lisa 8. June 2013 at 14:31

    These lip glosses look so nice and they don’t seem to have any negative qualities about them! The smell, texture, quality, and price all seem great. :)

    • Fräulein Schnee 9. June 2013 at 14:07

      you’re right, they are really great and one doesn’t regret buying them :D

  • Sooyoona 8. June 2013 at 17:36

    Die Farben sehen echt toll aus und erinnern mich von der Konsistenz her ein bisschen an die Fresh Cherry Tint von Etude House :) Du hast aber auch so schöne Lippen ^^

    • Fräulein Schnee 9. June 2013 at 14:09

      Oh, danke…jetzt werde ich ehrlich etwas rot ^_^”’ Aber ich mag diese tints echt sehr gerne. Ich sollte mir mal zu Vergleichszwecken die Fresh Cherry Tints holen :D

  • Misa Lee 9. June 2013 at 17:57

    Pretty colors and I love the packaging, and also the color on the packaging, it makes them look appealing to me :D thank you for this review ^^

  • Mizu chan 10. June 2013 at 9:45

    It suits you very well! thank you for the review, i might take a look on this :)

    • Fräulein Schnee 10. June 2013 at 12:50

      Thank you dear :D These tints are really convenient for everyday-use :)

  • Carmen C 10. June 2013 at 12:18

    I love the tangerine colour! It looks really nice on your lips. It looks pink on your lips.

    • Fräulein Schnee 10. June 2013 at 12:51

      It’s really more pink than orange. Although it looks orange out of tube :D

  • ☆*:.。.With ❤ Tiffany.:*☆ 12. June 2013 at 5:29

    Your lips do look really plump! haha it looks closer to a lip gloss than a lip tint since it’s so shiny but still natural, I love tangerine on you :D

    • Fräulein Schnee 12. June 2013 at 9:04

      Thanks a lot \^_^//
      The tangerine color is really nice and natural. And it’s great that these lipstains are similar to lipglosses without being sticky :D

  • Helen Blas 13. June 2013 at 14:37

    Your lips look super luscious! :D Love the shades and how they look on you.

    By the way, your cute blog name reminds me of my sister’s fave lipstick, Revlon’s Cherries in the Snow! :)

    • Fräulein Schnee 13. June 2013 at 14:43

      Thank you! I chose the name on purpose thinking of Revlon’s famous Cherries in the Snow lipstick and the awesome 50s advertising picture :D I wanted to name my Blog Cherries in the snow originally but it was already taken :’D

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