When it was boiling hot this summer, I was looking for the lightest foundation, aka tinted moisturizer, which would be skin-friendly and tinting at the same time. And my search has finally led me to the Peripera Ink Blurring Skin Tint SPF50+ PA++++
It’s simple yet interesting at the same time. Initially, the bottle with the product was packed with a cardboard box of a natural body color.
The top shows the shade number:
The box also reveals the ingredients used. I attached the photo but for me it says nothing. I don’t understand a thing when it comes to the cosmetics ingredients. The only thing that I can say for sure is that Koreans adore skin-friendly components and infuse their foundation with them. And here, the so-called “skin tint” hasn’t become an exception. There we can see a lot of wholesome extracts.
When I received this product, at first I thought that it only contained 15ml, because the bottle looked so tiny. But later on I found out that it had 30 standard ml. Such an optical illusion.
The bottle is soft plastic and feels as though rubber. It’s light and compact. It’ll be a good travel-friendly option for you wherever you go. You can be sure that it won’t break down or crack.
Each cosmetic item from Peripera has the lettering INK and I can see that here the design states for its naming as well.
The top cap is screw-on and it’s also plastic.
The tube has a long nozzle dispenser.
I don’t hold anything against the packaging. It’s cute, tiny and handy to us.
I have it in the darkest shade, which is #23 Sand and almost any Korean product, which has #23 code is the darkest from the lineup.
My skin is olive and swarthy and this shade matches it so well. Well, at first it looks a little bit pale for me but it quickly adjusts to my natural skin color.
The shade #Sand offers neutral undertones.
The naming of “skin tint” seems to be more like a marketing ploy, since the product is just a foundation, which is hella good!
The product is lightweight, texture-wise, as a fluid.
It applies so nicely, as though I used the softest primer beforehand.
And now, I’ll show you the product in action, as much as possible.
Here’s my nude skin:
Then I apply the product and blend it out with a damp beauty sponge.
It doesn’t take me more than 10 seconds to blend it out, because the formula spreads itself very well, covering my skin with a thin layer.
The coverage is medium and the product really helps me to even out my skin blemishes. The coverage is buildable, btw.
I don’t feel the product present on my skin at all and it doesn’t form any mask. My skin appears sleek and so healthy-looking.
When my skin turns to the problematic side, I keep using this product because it doesn’t accentuate any woes, or settle into my pores. It doesn’t have enough coverage to conceal my pimples but for me, that’s fine because it’s a basic product and after that I usually use a concealer.
The “skin tint” from Peripera offers a satin finish. I feel the product like a veil over my face. It’s like glowing from within.
Since my skin is oily, I have to use a powder to set all my foundations. And here I also use the Peripera loose powder. This foundation is long-wearing and by the end of the day it doesn’t budge or settle into my pores. At least if I use the powder.
The Peripera skin tint in my makeup:
Peripera Ink Blurring Skin Tint SPF50+ PA++++ hasn’t become the product that I was looking for. But I’m so glad with it because it has become my favorite foundation. I like how my skin looks with it on and also the way it performs. I’ll keep on using it in the summer and winter with pleasure.
In my opinion, this foundation has all the rights to be called “high-end” because it’s characteristics are true to life. The SPF here is a bonus, which the formula is enriched with. I also appreciate the affordable price of the item.
Thanks for your attention! :)Yours, Sofie