Swatches: left Victoria, right Arlette.
Victoria is a duller, cooler shade than Arlette, and the shimmer is less apparent than the green shimmer in Arlette. It does make my lips look a little bit bloodless as they are naturally a paleish mauve shade, but sometimes I quite like that as a look and I'll be wearing it tonight for trick or treating. The tea scent in Victoria is very subtle - I can hardly detect it, although it is there. I definitely get a clear absinthe sniff from Arlette though, and a slight tingle from the peppermint. The formula is moisturising without being greasy and although the colour isn't very long-lasting (that's the nature of sheer liptints) it is easy to reapply.
These would be a great option for anyone looking for an alternative to the Alima Lipbalms (the European online store doesn't stock these). I actually find the OHWTO liptints to be more moisturising on my dry lips.