Look what OCC Liptar started! The ultra-pigmented glosses started as a cult thing – when I bought my first one (I was introduced to them by another blogger at the first IMATs I ever attended), I really didn’t know how to use them so ended up putting far too much on, looking like I had plastic lips and never wearing it again. Now I know that sometimes you need to work with a thing to get it to work for you, and I still think that about Liptars. However, MAC has taken out the too-much thing (you might have had to have made this mistake to know what I mean) because the formula is sheerer in texture which means you get the right amount of high pigment in a swipe.MAC Vamplify
The wands on MAC Vamplify are looooong. If you’re that person who’s ever bent to sip a cocktail and ended up with the straw up your nostril, you might be a little wary of these. They’re so long, they’re unweildy. I’m not sure I’d chance it in the back of a cab on a dark night.
But as you can see, the pigment and finish are flawless. It’s a limited edition range and the shades I have above are: Push Some Buttons, How Chic Is This?, and Speed Up. They’re £18 each and launch in September.
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...
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