If you love a lip tar, Le Keux Cosmetics Lip Paint is going to be right up your make up street. These little vintage style pots are filled with some power-packed pigment that’s comfortable on the lip and has a slight sheen. Much as I shy away from a bright lip, I had to try these – I’m currently wearing the brightest pink of my life!
Le Keux Cosmetics Lip Paint is inspired by vintage pin-ups – when you see the colours in context on the site, you suddenly get it, but they’re just as relevant now in the hunt for an impactful power lip. I’m so impressed with the quality, presentation and pigment levels in these – for a new brand, I think Le Keux is destined for stardom.
See what I mean! I’ve been generous – it sort of behaves like a gloss, but looks like a lipstick – and obviously, you’ll need a lip brush to apply it. I had to really root around for a lip brush because I use them so rarely, but because the lip paint is so bright, it was such a pleasure to precision apply with a brush. In the swatch above, you can see Coral Mermaid, Cherry Bomb, Whistle-Bait and Diablo Rose. A tip if you want to mattify is to simply blot with tissue and it takes the sheen off. I’m also going to experiment with adding a teeny dab to Lanolips 101 to make a coloured balm.
Le Keux Cosmetics Lip Paint is £12.95 each from HERE
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