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[REVIEW] Holika Holika Aqua Petit Jelly Tint Bar


Gonna be doing a review about an item that I've been using recently... Holika Holika's Aqua Petit Jelly Tint Bar in #02 Orange Kiss! I know its a pretty old product >.< But due to my recent obsession with lip tints, I succumbed >.<

Its a really cute and affordable product which would look good in the makeup bags of all young girls *ahem im old* and works pretty well too!

Encased in a pretty translucent turqoise plastic.

 And look!
The tint is translucent too!!!!!!!!!! SO COOL.
It has bits of glitters inside.

The Korean website said to place it on your lip for awhile for it to melt, then smooth it over lips. Applies light pink, but it gets more and more pink over time. The glitters are hardly visible.
(Taken with my iphone's front camera thus the bad quality sorry >.<)

It lasted for about 3 hours, with eating and drinking. Reasonable. Also, it has this candy smell! Like those lipstick candies kids love >.< It has this minty sensation which I believe, has a kinda plumping effect.

Was expecting it to be an orange colour since I got it in the orange shade :( But its okay, pretty pink nonetheless. There's a total of 3 shades, and I guess it all applies pink, no matter what colour the bar is.

Hope it helped!


  1. Hi, there
    nice review^^
    so it turns out to be pink when applied on the lips.
    I've been curious about this product for some time.
    thank u for the info^^

  2. This lip tint is really so special lol. I have never seen a translucent jelly tint before lol. Thanks for the review. I should check Holika Holika soon enough! :)

    Celyx Lim


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