Clinique Quickliner For Lips
Clinique Quickliner For Lips

Personally, I’m not much of a lip liner but they’re very useful if you’re in the Beauty+ category and losing your lip line definition. I definitely have this on one side of my top lip but it’s not enough, yet, that it needs radical correction. Lip liners got a bad rap when there was a trend for wearing a strong shade to define the lip line and a paler shade on the actual lip. I’ll throw my hands up now and confess that I loved that trend!

Clinique Quickliner For Lips
Clinique Quickliner For Lips

Shade wise, in the swatch from bottom to top, are: Intense Cranberry, Intense Sassafrass, Intense Punch, Intense Cayenne and Intense Cafe, but there are 12 new shades.

Clinique Pop Lip Colour
Clinique Pop Lip Colour

New shades of Clinique Pop Lip Colour are much more interesting (to me) – I wore these all summer (mainly Melon Pop) because they have a very moisturising feel to them and they’re one of the few lipsticks that has that same mwah thing as gloss does but not the stickiness. They’re supposed to have a smoothing ‘primer’ element to them but that aspect has remained a complete mystery to me.

Clinique Pop Lip Colour
Clinique Pop Lip Colour

These shades – Blush Pop and Papaya Pop – are an easy wear, but there are 8 shades in total. These aren’t supposed to launch until tomorrow but I’ve spotted them HERE at £16 each and £14.50 for the Quick Liners. I did a preview post on these a while ago HERE with some other shade swatches, and if you’re looking to do Rouge Noir without the dryness opt for Rebel Pop.

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