NEW Cheeky Kiss & Tell Lip & Cheek Tints!

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Hi Guys!

Well I’ve got some cheeky new products to show you today! (See what I did there?) I was contacted to review some Kiss and Tell Cheek & Lip Tints by Cheeky – who I actually hadn’t heard of before! I love discovering new brands so this was pretty exciting for me! If you haven’t heard of Cheeky they are the little sister of CowShed, offering skincare, nail and makeup products.

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I have the Kiss and Tell Cheek & Lip Tints in Flare Play, a bright reddish coral, and Bed of Roses, a bright fuchsia pink. And yes I know they look crazy bright, but the product comes out really sheer so there’s nothing to be afraid of!

These Lip and check tints arrived in pretty cardboard packaging, and the cases themselves are bright and clean looking white gloss plastic. The pans are large and flat, holding 7g of product, and the wide, flat shape makes it easy to pick up product with your finger. The product formula includes beeswax, Castor oil and Carnauba wax to hydrate the skin, giving a lovely, natural glowy finish.

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After trying these tints out for the last week or so, I definitely find applying with a clean finger is easiest and works best for me. These tints are super easy to work with and are perfect for giving a flush of colour on the cheeks with a natural glowy finish. I also tried them on my lips, which felt slightly drying but this shouldn’t be a problem as long as you keeps your lips moisturised!

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These really are fab little all-round products for a pop of colour to cheeks and lips, they cost £10 each from the UrCheeky site, and will be available to purchase very shortly!

I hope you enjoyed my review xxx

This post contains a sample provided for review



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3 thoughts on “NEW Cheeky Kiss & Tell Lip & Cheek Tints!

  1. Marina Nelson

    They’re so deceiving! They look wild in the packet but sheer on application. I prefer the sheer look so I’d skip these based on how it looks in the packet. This is why swatches are useful!

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