***Screenshot from Sephora USA.
Holly Jolly bag and contents.
There are several colors/flavors of this Tinted Lip Treatment and this is Petal. By the way, this has SPF15 and I've used the original Rose before but didn't notice the SPF. So I'm not sure if this is a new thing or I've been oblivious (probably the latter ^.^). Anyway, I've already reviewed the texture and performance of this balm for the so I won't repeat again.
Petal comes in a similarly metallic packaging with twist off cap. As you can see, it's actually itty bitty, so to pay some $40+ for a set of 5 different flavors is just ridiculous. Same with paying $22+ for a full size. Really, folks, it's a chapstick with some color, a decent chapstick but a chapstick nonetheless. So overpriced and so not worth it, in my humble opinion.
Petal has the same lemon cookie scent and is a reddish coral color. It's also much more opaque and pigmented in comparison to the much sheerer veil of pink the Rose gives. The first time I tried this, I was in the middle of class and mindlessly swiped it on. Later during I snuck out during break to wash my hands and promptly scared myself upon one look into the mirror. My lips were really a bright coral red! Eeps. So yes, folks, unfortunately this Tinted Lip Treatment Petal is not something you can apply without a mirror. Well, technically you can but you will scare some people if you don't know how much you've applied. Like I did -.-'
See my previous Fresh Sugar Mini Tinted Lip Treatment Rose post.