When I posted about the YSL Saharienne, I didn’t have the two Gloss Volupte products to show you. These were actually the pieces in the collection that I liked best – both leave you wishing you’d been born with lips that colour! Like thisworks lip balm, the two glosses have got that highly elusive ‘tomato’ undertone in both shades which is just about the prettiest thing you can do for lips.YSL Saharienne Gloss Volupte
Pair these shades with lightly sun kissed skin and you get that kind of Mediterranean beauty look that’s so beautiful. With the darker shade, Bordeaux Sarquel, you only need the lightest of touches, to amplify your natural lip colour, but it’s all ready to go deeper and darker if you prefer. With the paler shade, Orange Sagatte, it’s again a kind of amplifaction of what’s already there, but bettered. Hmm, there is really something about this pair that I love!
I find with Gloss Volupte that it needs reapplication fairly frequently – it’s a very light textured, oil based, and highly glossy gloss, so doesn’t have the staying power of other glosses, but with these shades, I don’t much care – I’ll do whatever it takes! They’ve just launched for £22 each (if you can’t decide, I think that Orange Sagatte is the more wearable) HERE.
In my original post I popped up some model pics so you can see how they look HERE.
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