Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint

The Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint was released before the Clio Lipnicure, but it has gone past me unnoticed. I happen to be bored and browsed a bit on the official Clio and Peripera website, which explain the massive influx of posts that I was able to write. ^_^

At first, I thought that the Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint was a lipstick with a transparent coat of collagen like the Saem Ardent Lady Tokyo Collagen Shell Lipstick. But when I saw more pictures, I instantly knew that it is a lip gloss with a transparent, plastic, lipstick bullet shaped applicator. You are supposed to twist the lipstick bullet instead of the bottom part, which is quite unusual. If I didn't see this instruction picture, I might have thought that I got a defective product. ^_^

There are 5 colors of Gelpresso Glow Tints and amongst them, there is a very lovely, milky orange shade.

The color can be build up as can be seen in the pictures underneath. It seems to have the same result as the A'pieu 1-2-3 Perfect lips, which had been quite difficult for me to find online.

The product descriptions of Clio and Peripera (both brands are from one company) are always very elaborate, which makes me want to buy their products even more. When buying online, I really want to get as much information as I can, in order not to get something that I don't like.

In the promotional pictures, the Clio Art Lip gloss is quite sticky as many paper circles stayed on the lips, whereas the Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint is not really sticky, since only 4 paper circles stuck on.

In the bottom row of the lip swatch pictures, you can see a comparison between the Clio Virgin Kiss Tinted Lip no. 3, the Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint no. 3, and the Clio Art Lipgloss A133. Basically, the Clio Gelpresso Glow Tint is in the middle with regard to color pay off and glossiness. 

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