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Soda makeup launches a revolutionary water-based tint that gives your lips and cheeks the perfect natural look


(YorkPedia Editorial):- London, United Kingdom Apr 20, 2022 ( – Good makeup that is also convenient to use is hard to find these days. Internationally-famed makeup brand, Soda has launched a unique new creation for both lips and cheeks that comes in a single product named Cheekylips. It is a water-based lip and cheek tint that blends with the skin like butter. The product gets absorbed instantly leaving a perfect and long-lasting hue every time. The line comes with a pallet of three beautiful shades of crimson, pink, and orange.

Being water-based, the lip tint has a very light texture and makes the wearer feel they have nothing on their lip. It creates a light yet brilliantly pigmented color that gives the users a more natural look. They can get more pigmentation by layering up, which gives them a luxurious and smooth finish. The colors Soda has selected for this line are timeless, elegant, romantic, and alluring. The tint is easy to use with a specially-designed brush and it stays on the lip all day long.

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The lip tint doubles as rouge, giving the cheeks of the users a classy yet girly blush that matches the color of their lips. It is a perfect multi-functional product that is also cruelty-free. Very little product is needed to achieve the perfect and desired lip and cheek color. A 10ml bottle of Cheekylips comes at only $7.54 but the buyers can take advantage of the current sale on the website and get it at a discounted price of $6.78. The buyers can get a 10% discount on the total price if they buy three Cheekylips.

Soda is a nascent yet globally popular cosmetics brand that makes cruelty-free and affordable makeup. Their latest product Cheekylips has created a sensation among makeup enthusiasts across the world.

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