My Review of Tony Moly's Petite Bunny Gloss Bar

Updated on October 31, 2019
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Taki loves to write about her experiences and products. She especially loves K-Beauty and only uses Korean cosmetics.


Many people have already been drawn to the highly-addictive world of K-Beauty. Others have settled with what they've got and don't look into the innovative products of Korea. It certainly is a hassle—some products can only be used if shipped from overseas. This means you could get the product weeks after you ordered it, and by then, you might not even need it. So, if everyone can't commit to the Korean product lifestyle, can they find a favorite product that is Korean?

Look no further than Tony Moly's Petite Bunny Gloss Bar.

What Is Tony Moly?

Tony Moly, a K-Beauty empire that specializes in adorable packaging, started up in 2006 and hasn't looked back since. In fact, it's only expanded its reign by two different countries. Now Tony Moly has stores located in California and in some parts of the UK, making it a little more available to those who don't live in Asia.

In their own words, Tony Moly is always 'fusing fun ideas with outstanding products,' including a soft solid perfume bar (WHAT!?!?!), cat-inspired blushes, and easy-to-use liquid eyeliner. To prove their cute packaging fetish even more, 'TONYMOLY' means 'putting style into packaging.'

Just a few of the adoreable and super useful products offered by Tony Moly.
Just a few of the adoreable and super useful products offered by Tony Moly.

Cuteness With Bunny Ears

Tony Moly is probably most known for its cute packaging, but it's not exactly clear which of their products is the most iconic of them all. However, it is certain that Tony Moly's Petite Bunny Gloss Bars are a well-recognized product among those who love K-Beauty. It's that nostalgic item that is the Korean equivalent to when you were a little kid and your mom buys you a kiddy lip gloss. It's pretty special, and lots of people, no matter why they like Asia, can say they own this little stick of cuteness.

The Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bar comes in nine different shades of pink, each one based off of a different yummy fruit, and each one bearing a sweet little bunny facial expression.

The darkest shade available is Juicy Cherry, a cute cherry red gloss in a red bunny with a little unimpressed face. (Perhaps he hates how cute he is?) The sheerest of them all is Juicy Grape, which is the most subtle of them all and has no pink color to it at all, but a delicious grape scent.

The Design

The design of the Petite Bunny Gloss Bar seems average or normal, but the thought process behind it all is quite interesting.

The fact that this product is so skinny and does not take on a similar shape of other lip gloss or balms has puzzled a few people on the web. The reason for it all? To look subtle, whether it's in your back pocket or your backpack. Because it's not so bulky, it takes up less space, no matter where it is, and while you might have bunny ears poking out of your jean pocket, it looks better than having a small, fat lip balm pod in your back pocket. It's so much sleeker and modern this way.

Petite Bunny Gloss bars are also infused with Vitamin E to keep lips soft, and the formula is long-lasting and looks natural. You get the right amount of glam, whether you're just heading to school or are ready for a banquet!

Are They Any Good?

While some shades are liked or favored more than others, the average star rating for these cute little glosses is 4 stars. Juicy Cherry has the largest fan base with a 4.5-star rating. While I myself am a Juicy Grape fan, all of the shades are so versatile that you can wear them anywhere, with any outfit, at any time.

They smell so good, look amazing, and have the best packaging on the market. Petite Bunny Gloss Bars are available on Amazon. However, they can take a while to ship. I did not get mine until three weeks after I ordered it, which really was terrible because I was so excited about it. I mean, it's worth the wait, but who likes to wait that long.

A Good Product in a Good-Looking Package

In conclusion, those who aren't into Korean beauty need to try this. For those who are curious about K-Beauty, you need to try this. For those who are into K-Beauty, you need to try this. If you have no idea what K-Beauty is, then you definitely need to try this.

This product is available on:

  • Amazon
  • The Tony Moly Website (the website format and prices will vary depending on your country)
  • SokoGlam and other K-Beauty websites


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      16 months ago

      cute! I might try the peach one or neon orange one!


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