[REVIEW] Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses Lip Tint & Balm

Monday, September 02, 2013 Sidrah!!!! 8 Comments

Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses Lip Tint and Balm
You can’t go wrong with a long-lasting lipstain in your makeup stash, they are perfect for a natural lip color to perk up your look. Lately I’ve been wearing the Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses Lip Tint and Balm. Let’s see how it worked out for me!

Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses Lip Tint and Balm
What Rimmel London Say:
1000 Kisses Lip Tint gives your lips a royal flush of intense, vibrant colour that stays on duty and ready for action for hours - leaving no trace, so your kisses never tell.
The speedy two-step application delivers a fabulously flawless finish that is totally on trend and just begs to be kissed. A precision pen-tip delivers the mistake-free colour you're looking for and a caring balm seals the deal, giving lips the extra moisturising they've been waiting for.
There are 6 must-have shades in a translucent colour-matched design that gives you the freedom of being able to re-invent your look every day.
Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses 310 Long Live Lilac
Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses 310 Long Live Lilac

Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses 700 Nothing But Nude

Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses 700 Nothing But Nude
Let's Talk About It:
Lip tints/stains are probably one of the most trickiest lip products out there. Application wise applying them on smooth lips is a must! The Rimmel Lasting Finish 1000 Kisses come with one of those felt tip applicator which makes it easy to create a crisp line. The only issue with these (and with all felt tip pens) is that they dry out if you don’t keep them upside down. I’ve tried the Revlon Just Bitten Balm + Stain which comes in the same packaging as these and they were horrendous. It was dry and applied patchy, just a nightmare. These however I was pleasantly surprised at how easily it glided onto the lips without tugging, I could easily apply 2 or 3 layers to build up color. 

The stain and balm both have a mild scent to them, however the stain has a very strong chemical taste if you end up blotting your lips before it dries. Once it dries it doesn’t have any taste. 

700 Nothing But Nude is a peachy color tint. It showed up opaque in two coats on my pigmented lips. It lasted about 3 hours once the balm wore off.

310 Long Live Lilac is a deep plum with a pinky tone. It lasted a pretty good 5 hours but ended up fading on a few parts of my lips, leaving me with patchy stains. Once I wore this and when I came back home my mom asked me what happened to my lips, as if they were bruised! Not a pretty look. 

Both of these are transfer proof, they didn’t come off on any cups but if you want to remove it with a tissue immediately after you apply it, these will come off easily. Once your lips are stained you’d need to remove it with a lip scrub. 

These do sink into fine lines on the lips while it fades, the balm helps the product to blend onto the lips and it gives a super pretty glossy effect. I really like the balm from this as compared to the Revlon one, its very emollient on application. 

-Vibrant Color Pay Off
-Emollient Lip Balm

-Accentuates Fine Lines
-Fades Patchy

Rating: 3.5/5
Price: 1,395Rs

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  1. The moment I read that they dry out if kept upwards, I turned the position of the lipstain I have. Great review. I didn't find it something extra ordinary x

  2. I don't like lip stains now as they dry out very soon.

  3. I havent really heard the greatest things about these, and the marker tip odly doesnt appeal to me at all. The colors are soo pretty though!

  4. Lip stains are too overly your review though:)

  5. Both of the colors are really pretty!

  6. both are oretty shades loving them

  7. I have never seen these. The lilac color looks pretty. New follower via Gfc