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Review: Yadah Triple Tintin Gloss

A makeup look isn't complete without a dash of colour on your lips. Be it nude or bold red, it's good to find one that brings out your whole look. The other day I was just browsing through Qoo10 and I saw this cute lip gloss that I would love to have and review for my lovely readers! I'm one who tends to neglect lips as there are worries about the product suitability on my lips, whether it will dry up my lips or the ingredients being harmful to lips. Nobody likes dry, chapped lips right?

Looking at the picture above, what catches your eye other than the cute & practical packaging? Yes, it's free from these harmful ingredients: paraben, mineral oil, ethanol, triethanolamine and propylene glycol; plus it's made in Korea! This brand is considered new to me because I haven't seen it around before this; it's not as well-known in Singapore as Innisfree, Etude House, etc.

Yadah Triple Tintin Gloss is a triple-best-colour set that's enriched with black sugar, vitamins, minerals and sucrose to moisturise lips. One of the ingredients, tocopherol, prevents aging while keeping lips soft. The first level of application gives natural looking colour and juicy lip tint, followed by second level of lovely moisturising pink lip gloss and last but not least leaving a sparkling glossy lip with pink and gold glitters at the final application.

As it's lip gloss, the colours goes on light but it's buildable if you needed a slightly stronger colour on your lips. This is so lightweight and pocket friendly that I can bring it anywhere for touch ups at any time but the lasting power of this is awesome. It stayed on my lips almost the whole day other than the time I was eating so I only need to touch up once after I ate. Moreover, the sweet berry fragrance just lingers after application which makes me want to apply it even more. It keeps my lips pretty, yet moist and supple, how not to love this product?! I feel like stocking up on all of Yadah's lip products now that I know their lasting power and contains less harmful ingredients as compared to most lip products! :)

Cheers to pretty, soft kissable lips :)


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