BECCA Sheer Tint Lip Colour in Yasmina. Review and Lip Swatches
It’s not a secret that I don’t really do nude lips. I don’t like nude lips on myself plus most of the shades don’t look flattering on me, I look really washed out.
I am sure I could find a perfect nude but I can’t say that I was searching for one. But today I am going to show you the nude that I absolutely love!
I am talking about BECCA’s Sheer Tint Lip Colour in Yasmina.
It is described as a sheer mauve nude and is priced at £22/€28/$24 (yeah, as usual everything is so expensive in the EU).
First of all I have to say that I really like the simple and elegant design of this lipstick which is a purse-friendly! It “twists and locks” so it doesn’t open in your bag. I should have read that before I got angry, I was blaming the hand cream that I’ve just applied in the fact that I couldn’t open the tube. lol I should have just twisted it instead of pulling…
The lipstick itself gives a very beautiful light coverage, and as the name suggests it reminds me of a tint. It gives enough of colour but doesn’t feel heavy. The texture is lovely and it
looks ok even if your lips are not in the best condition. By this I mean that it doesn’t emphasize all the dry patches that badly, although it would look better on the taken care of lips of course.
I wouldn’t say that it is super moisturizing (but I never used a really moisturizing lipstick, you know what I mean?) but I don’t find it drying.
I really love how this lipstick looks like on the lips, perhaps I should post a full face photo one day.
It has a very lovely cappuccino scent to it which I personally like. It is said that Lip Tint contains Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Honey and other essential fatty acids with natural anti-oxidants.
I also like that there is no shimmer or frostiness in the finish of the Lip Tints!
As you can see, I like this product a lot and I wouldn’t mind trying out some other shades such as: Vendela (sheer rosy nude),Estella (sheer soft beigey pink nude), Laelia (sheer peach nude) and Milla (sheer black currant).
Get it here.
Isn’t it pretty?