Review: Peripera Airy Ink Velvet

I saw this cute little thing at Don Quijote and got one for myself. Sadly I had to give it away after using it for a few times. I’ll reveal the reasons in a jiffy but first, here are the features of this lip tint.

peripera airy ink velvet review

Color: Apricot Coral

Features

  • An air-like tint true to its name.
  • Delivers the color you want with a lightweight formula.
  • Anyone can create perfect gradient lips in a single sweep.
  • Keeps your lips soft and supple all day.
  • This lip tint glides on smoothly, offering vivid color and a soft, velvety texture to your lips.
  • Made in South Korea
peripera airy ink velvet apricot coral swatch

The perfect color for spring and summer.

Pros

  • The color is really pretty.
  • Easy to apply
  • Glides on smoothly just as it claims
  • It’s indeed airy and velvety.
  • Nice and faint scent
  • Truly light on my lips
  • Not sticky at all

Cons

  • Due to its soft texture or formula, it kind of highlights the dark areas of my lips.
  • You might want to exfoliate your lips before applying this because it tends to settle on the lines or cracks of your lips.
  • It can’t really moisturize my lips all day long. A lip balm is a must.

I reckon this tint might work well with those who have no hyperpigmented lips and not dry.

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13 thoughts on “Review: Peripera Airy Ink Velvet

  1. Ha! I’m glad I’m not the only one who had the issue with these of them settling and making certain parts darker – I loved the color I bought but am barely using it. Oddly enough, the tints I’ve had the best luck with are the cheap ones from EverOne, a ¥100 store at Amu Plaza in Oita Station. The search continues!

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  2. I had the same problem with these tints sadly 😦 the colors are really beautiful though!

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