Hi all! No, I’m not about to talk about wine in this post (though I do love wine). I will be talking about the most adorably packaged beauty product I have seen in a while: the Chateau Labiotte Wine Lip Tint! Labiotte is an Korean brand which focuses on botanic based ingredients in their products. They also support the ideas of overall wellness and sustainability. The Chateau Labiotte Wine Tint promises long-lasting color as well as intense moisturization without a sticky feel. Let’s see if it is more than an incredibly cute container! I’ll be testing the color Nebbiolo Red.
As I’ve already mentioned, this packaging is so freaking adorable!!! <3 <3 <3 <3 Each lip tint is shaped like a miniature wine bottle. The color at the top of the bottle coordinates with the lip tint inside. The original box is also lovely with its metallic pewter and deep burgundy design. The top also coordinates with each tint’s color. There is a brief description in English on the exterior box, but otherwise all of the packaging is in Korean.
According to the descriptions online and the Labiotte website, this product is made with Sepivinol from France. Sepivinol is extract from wine. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find much information about it. According to Seppic, one of it’s suppliers, it is an antioxidant. Sepivinol is the only ingredient I could find for this lip tint in English.
Aesthetics-wise, I like this tint so much! Nebbiolo Red is a mid-tone red with a subtle cool undertone. The tint has a satin sheen to it. You use a wand applicator typical of more liquid-y tint and pigments for application. You can apply it in one coat for a sheer tint or layer it to get fuller opacity. The scent is fresh and slightly sweet and overall understated. The one thing I don’t like is that the tint can apply unevenly. When I first tried it, there were a few places where it set more deeply than others, so I had to reapply in spots to get the perfect finish.
As far as wear goes, the Chateau Labiotte Wine Tint didn’t dry out my lips! The product provided a moisturizing sensation when first applied. My lips continued to feel cool and fresh throughout the day. The longevity of this tint is good as well. I kept it on all day through eating and drinking. It faded slightly on the inner portion of my lips. Otherwise, it held up very well. Here are some pics of what it looks like on. I took the second set after 6 hours of wear included eating and drinking.
Overall, I’m exceedingly happy with this product! I adore the packaging. The color is beautiful. The tint wears well and lives up to its promise of being moisturizing. It doesn’t have the longevity of a stain or some liquid lipsticks, but is still good overall. I think it is best suited to more natural and fresh looks. If you’re on the lookout for a great everyday lip tint with ridiculously cute packaging, I would definitely recommend it. You can find the Chateau Labiotte Wine Lip Tint in six colors here at BBCosmetic for U.S. readers or here at KoreaDepart for international readers.
Are you going to try the Chateau Labiotte Wine Lip Tint? Do you have a favorite product with unique packaging? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading and don’t forget to share and subscribe! Bisous!