Product Review | Morphe 2 Wondertint Cheek and Lip Mousse
Product Review | Morphe 2 Wondertint Cheek and Lip Mousse in Dream ($12, Morphe.com and Ulta.com)
Product Details (from Morphe's website): Whether you crave peekaboo color or want to dial it up a bit, this goof-proof formula delivers the perfect, buildable wash of color on your cheeks and lips. In a rush? Simply apply with your finger. Looking for a bit of precision? Grab your fave brush for swipe support. It’s no wonder this multi-tasking mousse will be your new go-to bestie. Available in 4 shades.
Wish / soft pink
Dream / soft peach
FYP / blushing rose
Amaze / vintage berry - Charli & Dixie’s Fave!
Net Weight: 3.4g / 0.12 oz.
Review: I fell in love with the Morphe 2 Hint Hint Skin Tint last fall so when Ulta had a 30% off sale on the Morphe 2 line at the beginning of March, I was all about it. The Morphe 2 line appears to have the natural makeup vibe; one that is easy to use and especially for those who are always on the go. I am all about light coverage makeup and of course being user friendly is always a plus.
This comes in a white box with black typography. The color of the shade is written on the flap cover along with the actual color printed on the entire flap (see above photo). The blush is contained in a clear tub/jar with a white screw cap and the "Morphe 2" logo in black typography. The consistency is a nice soft mousse texture; hence its name. It is very silky and it almost slips and slide when you do a regular strip swatch but when blended; it is beautiful. This blends smoothly on the skin and it sinks into the skin instead of sitting on top of it. It is not patchy on the skin but gives a beautiful and natural peach flush. While I always recommend to apply any liquid or cream product on the back of the hand and then proceed with brush application, I would highly recommend it with this product because of the its soft and mousse texture. I feel that if this is directly applied to the skin using fingers, it might move the product around and lift or disturb other products as well. When applied with a brush this product blends well on top of other liquid or cream products. It is buildable using a brush. This blush is also long-wearing. Keep in mind that I use a setting spray every time I apply makeup on. I also have a normal to dry skin type so cheek products that are cream and liquid based tend to last on me. If you have oily skin, you might have to prep your skin with mattifying products. If you like natural and easy going makeup along with having the same skin type as I do, you might really enjoy this cheek product. Now it is also marketed as a lip mousse but I typically do not like using my cheek products on my lips so I only test them as a blush. Have you tried this Wondertint Cheek & Lip Mousse from Morphe 2?