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Peel Perfect is a form of lip color that you apply, let dry, and peel away to reveal a rich color stain. The color is kiss-proof, smudge proof, and water proof. You never have to reapply during the day. It gentle exfoliates your lips during the application so it leaves a plumper appearance after you remove it, the result of the inflammation. The color deeply drenches your lips, leaving behind a long last stain for up to twelve hours.
The cost of Peel Perfect is $19.99 plus $4.95 shipping, for a total price of $24.94. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: peelperfectnow.com
There are four colors: kissable coral, rich red, beautiful berry, and passion pink so you can select a bold and bright color, or a neutral natural lip color.
They are allegedly quick and easy to use, taking no steps beyond application and peeling.
The color leaves a deep stain, rich and bold.
Never smudges while you wear it.
Leaves your lips exfoliated.
Peel Perfect lip stain is purportedly the secret to getting the perfect lip color that stays on all day, never leaving behind a print on your coffee cup that forces you to re-apply. You can, therefore, put the colors on your lips and enjoy the perfect stain during meals, on a date, and all day long.
Due to the fact that this lip stain lasts for approximately twelve hours, combined with its other features means you can apply it in the morning. You can shower, eat, drink, shower again, get caught in the rain, change, and anything in between. During all of these activities, your lip color will remain the same.
The lip tints are actually quite difficult to apply. They are also quite messy upon application. The same way that lip gel can be tricky to get right in the lines, these gels are also tricky. What’s more, they come out rather gloppy, not as smooth a gel as they claim. Once they are dry, they are somewhat difficult to get off.
Consider face masks that are meant to peel off. Some areas might be slightly thicker than others when you apply the mask, such that when you go to peel it off, the mask comes off in chunks or sections. This same thing happens with the lip stains. Parts of it come off in chunks, with other parts left behind on your lips. If you are not careful, the stain will leave its color residue on your hands and fingers too.
The amount of gel you use, and allow to harden, will directly influence the richness of the color you get in the end. Conversely, if you are extra cautious and you apply only a thin layer, it might not be adequate enough to thoroughly stain your lips. Thinner layers of the gel seem to result in a very dull color that leaves much to be desired.
The lips are very sensitive. In some cases, the peeling off process can be painful. This is particularly true if you have sensitive skin. Again, the same way it might hurt you to peel off a dried face mask, peeling away the lip gel can be painful too.
Peel off products like this takes on a similarity to the peel off face masks, and applies that technology to makeup. Interestingly, peel off makeup originated in South Korea, quickly becoming a famed makeup trend, one which used unique ingredients. Peel off makeup comes in the forms of lip tints and stains. To use them, you paint them on your face while they are wet, then wait for them to dry. Once they are dry, you peel them off to reveal the temporary stain left behind, a stain that can last up to twelve hours depending.
There does not appear to be anything that distinguishes this product from its competitors, aside from the fact that this one costs more than competing brands, and offers fewer color choices.
There are many options out there from different companies. Berrisom is one of the most popular. They sell lip tint packs that some with eight shades ranging from bright orange to deep red.
You prep your lips be exfoliating the lips and removing any lip product residue you might have left behind. Make sure that you perfectly clean lips before you apply. Then you apply the thick gel onto your lips and let it dry for between fifteen and twenty minutes. Once it has dried, you should, theoretically, be able to peel it right off with one movement, revealing a perfectly stained lip below.
Etude House is the second most popular lip tint on the market, one which is designed primarily for your eyebrows not your lips. This eye brow tint is something you leave in your eyebrows to dry, so that you can change the color of your eye brows without fading or smearing. When it arrives, it is a thick gel that dries and becomes a soft peel off gel. For your eyebrows, it takes longer for the gel to dry.
To use it, you need to clean your eyebrows and remove any oil and makeup. Then apply liberal amounts of the gel along the natural shape of your eyebrow. Leave it in place for two hours so that the color can transfer entirely. For best results, use it before you go to sleep and then peel it off in the morning. Either way, once it is dry, you gently peel it off to reveal the color stained brows below.
Be careful when you apply. Only get it on your lips, carefully following the natural lip lines you have. If you apply it too far above or below the natural lines of your lips and allow it to dry, then the color stain will cover that area. When you peel it off, everyone will see the offset color lines which can cause it to look less than natural.
When you apply, also be careful that you wash it off of any other part of you. If you are using, for example, a finger to apply the mixture across your lips in an even fashion, wash your finger thoroughly. After you remove the gel, wash your hands too. The color can stain if you leave it on any other part of you for too long and bright red finger tips will certainly give away your secret.
The ingredients for the lip stain include Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, and depending on the color you have chosen, D&C Red No. 28, D&C Red No. 7, D&C Red No. 6, or Iron Oxides. If you have any allergies to these ingredients, you should avoid using it.
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This product is a joke! The joke is I spent money for a gobby uncontrollable application product! Keep your money and just rub strawberries on your lips for better color!
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