Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020

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Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020
Tatcha Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trios for Spring 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Give lips a touch of hydration with a set of three beautiful shades at a special value. Handcrafted in Japan, each lipstick is adorned with 23-karat gold.

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Products in the Launch

Classic Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trio, $110.00 ($165 Value) (Limited Edition)

  • Kyoto Red Vermillion
  • Plum Blossom Cool plum pink
  • Cherry Blossom Pink blush

Blushing Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trio, $110.00 ($165 Value) (Limited Edition)

  • Magnolia Bloom Rose
  • Peony Blossom Romantic flush
  • Cherry Blossom Pink blush

Mixed Silk Blossoms Lipstick Trio, $110.00 ($165 Value) (Limited Edition)

  • Peony Blossom Romantic flush
  • Plum Blossom Cool plum pink
  • Beautyberry Berry

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I bought a single of cherry blossom last year. Lovely color, medium to opaque coverage in a swipe or two, the case is metal and feels nice in the hand, but the bullet of lipstick is VERY firm. If you like how Charlotte Tilbury applies, you might like the feeling. I’ll finish it, but I prefer a softer applying lipstick (YSL Rouge Pur Couture is a favorite for me). FWIW.

Thanks for the comparisons. YSL Pur Couture is lovely. CT is very firm and I find stiffer bullets usually mean dryer chalkier feeling lipsticks overall.. which are not great for these desert lips,

The packaging is beautiful and I really like the colors. I’ve heard some people say these are a bit drying (and my lips tend to lean towards the dry side) so that makes me nervous to try them – especially since they are a definite splurge. Then you’ve got the other spectrum of people who love these. Curious to see what you think if this ends up getting reviewed!

Why does it always work out that there are shades within each group that you like and some you really don’t and would never use? In any event, the cost is prohibitive if you aren’t going to use all three shades. The bullet has a weird shape also. The tip isn’t flat but convex which wouldn’t be great for precise lip line placement. I haven’t loved the few makeup products Tatcha has released so, I am passing. I do love a few shades, though. Lipsticks are my downfall!

That’s always the way, I also find. Same holds true for cheek and highlight palettes – there’s usually one shade (if not more) that makes these not an ideal purchase for me. I’m sure these will be around $150 in Canada and that’s just too high a price for one or two shades that will flatter me and one or two that I won’t use.

At $110 a pop, I would have to really love every single shade in a trio. With no official swatches as of yet, I’m reserving judgement on these.

I purchased Kyoto Red when it first came out, and one of the blossoms but can’t recall which. The shades are gorgeous, but these were the most drying lipsticks I’ve ever used – worse than lots of liquid lipsticks in my opinion! Kyoto Red also didn’t last much longer than an hour on me, without eating or drinking. I’m always tempted, but have to remind myself of the dry lips!!

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