The packaging is really cute and the applicator is great and does what it is supposed to. I do prefer this type of applicator over the tints that come in a tube.
The color PK001, or cherry pink, is light pink and is easy to build into a stronger color. It gives a pop of color on your lips. According to Korean trends, the natural look is to prefer and therefor the tints are great just adding a little bit of color instead of a blast of color.
There are a lot of people who really like this product; I’m not one of them. I do like primers don’t get me wrong but this product really don’t do anything special for me. I usually use primers for making the surface smoother or hiding pores, before adding my BB cream. The most common use for primers is to make the foundation last longer and to even out the skins surface. Because I have dry skin the lasting power of my BB creams usually isn’t a problem.
When first decided to test this product out I read a lot of reviews on it, and people really loved this product so of course I had to try it out.
The BB cream comes in a really cute packaging and that is one thing the Koreans are so famous for. It is a glass container shaped like an upside down jello. It has a spatula to scoop the product up with and wouldn’t recommend you using the spatula on you face because of the risk of spreading bacteria in the container