Aritaum Wannabe Cushion Lip Concealer and Cushion Tint

Although I already have an Etude House lip concealer that is barely being put to use, I just spotted the Aritaum Wannabe Cushion Lip Concealer and I really want to get it. From the reviews I have seen online, it does not seem to be that drying on the lips. I also like the sponge tip applicator on the other end of the stick. It makes it easier to spread the concealer evenly over the lips. You can very easily get too much concealer on, when you apply the lip concealer as you would with a normal lipstick. If you do not have a sponge applicator, I would recommend using a lip brush to apply it (very hygienic too) or use a clean finger to lightly dab it on your lips.

With the same sponge tip applicator, there is also a new range of Aritaum lip tint/lipsticks, the Wannabe Cushion Tint. The sticks have very interesting prints and they differ for each color. There are in total 10 colors, ranging from light pink, orange, red, and purple. The number 4 and 8 are my favorite colors and you can see them on the model in the pictures underneath. The hair cut is something I would like to try too, when I get the courage.... ^_^ I have tried bangs at that length before and it does look ok on me, but that hair length is a bit awkward, as it will emphasize my chubby cheeks (I blame it on the baby fat ^_~). 

The sponge tip applicator at the other end of the Cushion Tint is to make the color hold/spread better and also to create the famous Korean gradation lips with. You can also see it in the video at the very end of this post, but I will explain it here anyways. You first apply a lighter color of lipstick, then use a darker lipstick to color the more inner parts of your lips. Lastly, use the sponge at the other end to gently dab on the lips and make the gradation in color look more natural.

 Really need to start saving up for my trip to Korea...  (and for the shopping spree ^_^)

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