More Oranges: Etude House Miss Tangerine Follow Me Lip Tint Review

Orange is the colour of spring 2011 baby, and I love it! It’s not my favourite colour but I’d say it was in the top 5.

I bought this Follow Me Tint to try – they already have a blue one out which turns pink and that is lovely!

This one is already orange (boo!) and it turns…well it goes into a pinky-orange. Sounds weird? It’s lovely.


What’s the difference between a satsuma and a tangerine? Anyone know?To this day I dislike peeling oranges of any sort. I hate that hissy sound it makes when you pierce the skin with your fingernail…so I always get someone to peel it for me. Trust.

Here is the packaging – cute!


It look garish in the tube – like orange puke – if an orange could puke this is what it would look like – but don’t worry! It changes a bit!


This Follow Me Tint is really lovely. It will change slightly depending on your own lip colour of course, but in my case, it kind of goes into a soft pink with a hint of orange and it’s really smooth textured like a lip balm and hydrating.

The only downside is that it is not long lasting – it lasts as long as an average gloss, it does not leave a nice stain, sorry!

On me:


I guess it settles into the lines a little, but it’s not too bad. I love this, will wear it lots for the spring and summer (if I don’t lose it as I lose every lipstick I like eventually!).

I bought this from eBay, for around £8 including shipping.

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  1. Jen says

    I like the look of this, like all Etude House products it’s extremely cute! My favourite sort of citrus fruit are satsumas, I tend to find them easiest to peel as they have the kind of skin that falls off easily in one piece 😀 No idea what the difference is between satsumas and tangerines though….different breeds?! Does it actually smell like tangerines, because I love that sort of scent, I actually own the Body Shop satsuma perfume oil because I like sniffing it when I’m feeling a bit tired and it perks me up a bit lol

    • Row says

      Hi Jen

      I think I prefer satsuma – it’s a bit more sharp isn’t it? and easier to peel!