Here are a few lipsticks that I packed for the trip…
Firstly – I’m loving all of these highly pigmented, long lasting brights, perfect for a quick slick of neon.
You can apply all of these liquid lipsticks as a light layer for a stain (blot to make it more wearable) or built up for an intensely POW effect!
In Yummy Pink (379) is an impossibly bright blue/pink.
I personally designed all the shades and this one really is a ‘power’ pink that looks great on all skin tones.
The product itself is very easy to apply and feels extremely lightweight.
It goes on shiny and dries to a matte finish and stays put. You can also see the effect on model Taylor Hill here.
Check the Lip Oil from KOZMATIN!
in 04 is a vibrant brick red/orange shade.
It’s an unusual shade which has a 1940’s glamour vibe to it – although it looks completely modern when paired with a natural face.
Also easy to apply, the finish has a slight sheen.
This one has a slanted sponge applicator which is nice and goes on really creamy.
It dries with a satin finish.
This is the colour I’m wearing in the photo above although it was hard to capture the exact colour as it’s quite unusual, to the eye it looks a little more pink. I’ve also paired it with Shisedo’s Sports BB Broad Spectrum SPF 50
In contrast, I’ve also brought a few great and easy going, pretty natural shades.
These ones all have nice nourishing, treatment type ingredients.
Eve Lom’s new coloured Kiss Mix Tint
is a tinted version of their classic lip balm.
The shade I’ve brought is ‘Lippy’, a sheer tawny caramel that would suit everyone.
in ‘I’m blushing’ is a really pretty, pastel pinky peach shade.
It’s rich in vitamin E so great for softening and smoothing my lips after a day in the sun and has a refreshing spearmint scent.
in ‘Berry Red’, is packed with great organic ingredients such as castor, olive and jojoba seed oil. Despite the shade name, it’s actually a very subtle sheer, just kissable berry blush shade, which would suit all skin tones.
It looks like everyone will care about lips now!
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