Burberry Full Kisses are described as lip pens – the angles that you see are designed to sculpt the lips and follow curves. These are gorgeous lipsticks – a full smack of colour that really glides over the lips but, you know, lip sculpting? I can’t get into that one. I don’t actually think I know what it means… there’s nothing in the way of precision that a lip brush can’t help with, should you need it. So, ignoring that aspect, yes a million times to this formula!
The two shades I have here are Rosehip and Dewberry (darker shade) – in the swatch, it’s literally one swipe and that’s the colour intensity it delivers, so despite the fact that they’re bound to be at the top end, price wise (don’t have a price confirmation yet), a little genuinely does go a long way. I find the finish to be a gentle sheen. Burberry Full Kisses are low on fragrance, too – I can detect a slight floral aroma but really nothing to write home about, and despite the full on colour, they’re light feeling on the lips.
When the Burberry Full Kisses range launches in March, there will be 14 shades. I think this is one of the best Burberry beauty products yet.
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