Don’t ask me why, but I was expecting these to be a bit run of the mill, when in actual fact, I absolutely love them! There’s no chance of them lasting over 24 hours as claimed if you are a person that eats, drinks or breathes, but that aside, there’s everything to like about these.
There are 8 shades – my favourites being (predictably) Stereo Brown and Nude Spot, but if you like the idea of going bright, everything else is built for impact. The texture is very silky – it’s a little bit sticky til the formula has completely dried on the lips – try to resist smacking your lips til it has settled. The thin film tints feel like they’re not there at all after a short while which is exactly what they’re supposed to do.
Shades from bottom to top are: Purple Tag, Free Pink, Nude Spot, Solar Stain and Stereo Brown. Stereo – on my lips – gives a darker than natural tint that’s incredibly flattering by making a feature of your lips without using brights but I think you need a warm tone for it. I can already see that when my skin tone changes over the summer it’s going to suit me very well and fleetingly considered putting on some self tan just so I can see it! I’ll try and get an Instagram picture up at some point.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
The tints may well be on counter already but haven’t quite made it on-line yet – it’s literally any day now though and they’re £26.50 each.
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