|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Black
I love the colour of this tint it is a nice coral/orange shade and is really pigmented. This didnt have much of a smell compared to other lush products, it kinda smells like crayons. The one major downside of this product was the texture it is incredibly grainy like most other other lush lip products and doesn't moisturize at all. It is best to apply the lip tint and then apply a more moisturizing lip balm or gloss over it. Because I like the colour and pigment so much, but hate the texture i decided to mix it with vaseline so that it is easier to apply
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky Eyes: Brown
I've never been a fan of orange but in summer 2011 it was everywhere and it still hasn't really left. I was stuck using sheer peach/coral lip glosses and balms or using orangey reds until this little beauty came along and let me know I could wear something truly orange on my yellow based NC45 skin. This is effectively a neutral orange on my skin, because of its matte finish I can easily get away with wearing this to work. It's also a great blush
I love that Lush have started making these tints more moisturising, my one started to get a little hard but mixing it around with a toothpick gets it moving again so you don't spend ages warming it up with your finger. I now mix this with Latte lip tint to make a shimmering orange neutral shade.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This is the first Lush lip tint I've tried. I chose it after reading some reviews that said it was a "universal orange," and even though I didn't believe this for a second, it's totally TRUE. I'm Caspar-level pale, like a NW10, with extremely cool, pink undertones. I can't really wear any warm colors, and it's bear to even find a red that works on me. This orange is so, so pretty and flattering. I do sort of hate the weird chili scent, but I love everything else and that scent is only apparent from the tin. I can't smell it on my lips. The texture seems very hard, but the heat of a finger melts it just enough to apply seamlessly. I am now collecting all the Lush lip tints!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this...well, I'm not really sure how I first heard about this. But I'm a sucker for limited edition things, so I headed over to my local LUSH counter to check out the 2011 holiday lip tints. ALL of them are amazing. I loved Celebrate's fragrance, but not its pink frostiness. But really? I was there to try Chilli Tingle. Prior to reading about it, I frankly had no idea orange lip colors were in. Hadn't a clue. But they apparently are. Lush has done an excellent job at concocting a "with it" color that would look good on every skin tone. My sales ladies said that, then added, "No, really - we've seen it look good on everybody." I was pretty dubious, too - I'm extremely pale with strawberry-blonde hair. I'm still not 100% used to it; I don't usually wear lip colors, just gloss. The orange in it really accentuates lips. You have to be careful to not put too much, though! It's crazy pigmented. Warm up the product a bit with your finger and run it back and forth across your lips - layer it. You'll quickly see what I mean. But for under ten dollars, it's a keeper for me! I think I'll have more fun with this in the spring and summer, though; just seems like that kind of color. Oh, and it's not terribly moisturizing - it IS a tint, not a balm. I always have to use something else over it.
*Edit - I decided this color doesn't *quite* work for me. I'll be trading it for It Started With A Kiss or the upcoming Latte tint. On lightly-pigmented lips, the orange really comes out if you layer the product; not quite as red as I hoped for.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Tan, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
im kind of on the fence about this product. i bought it solely for the tingly feeling it claims to give and there is absolutely no tingley-ness that i can feel! the product has an okay texture its not too waxy but really isnt moisturising at all (i dont have dry lips or anything). but the thing that really gets me about this lip tint is the colour, omg its the most 'bam in your face' orange ever and i love it! i dont usually wear colourful lip colours (i dont think i ever have apart from baby milky pinks...neutrals all the way is my philosophy of makeup lol) and this is just so pretty! it really makes my lips stand out and since im not one to wear heaps of eye makeup on daily basis (mascara n some shadow n im good to go) its not too OTT. i reckon it will look nice as a cheek tint as well! hmmm i think i might have to pick up snow fairy lip tint 2....damn u lush u always make me spend money...
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Oh god, I never hoard but I might have to stock up on this since it is a seasonal product.
THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLOR. I am totally not able to wear oranges-- I have incredibly pale skin with maybe a hint of pink/neutral hints. I tried the orange nail polish fad, it just made my skin look sickly. However a friend and fellow Lush-nut recommended this and said it was a great product. I ordered it with some holiday Lush stuff, and I cannot believe how in love with this I am. It is really flattering to my skin tone and can be layered to build up to a really bold orange.
There isn't too much of a tingle though it is definitely spicy. But, hot chocolate with pepper spicy. Not drying and the tint really lingers- probably because the chilli just slightly irritates the lips. Might have to stock up// throw out some old lip colors I was feeling "meh" about. It is casual and flirty and fun, and I can only imagine it even looks better on other skin tones than my own.