To finish our Lipstick Week I’ve decided to feature my current top 3 lipsticks and share the top 3 that are on my wish list.
I’ve made myself choose lipsticks in different colour families, so here are: plum, red and pink. I don’t like orange, nude or any other shades that much.
Since I have already reviewed each lipstick, I have just included the links. I also have to mention that Clarins was recently reformulated, and the new version is even better!
Clarins Joli Rouge Lipstick in 738 Royal Plum (Review and Lip Swatches)
Givenchy Le Rouge Lipstick in 302 Hibiscus Exclusif (Review and Lip Swatches)
Lancome L’Absolu Rouge in 160 Rouge Hypnose (Review and Lip Swatches)
Honourable mentions go to
I remember back in the days, tags were huge but I rarely see any these days. I recently came across the one called “Lipstick Tag”, and decided to participate in it.
1. How many lipsticks do you own?
A lot. Let’s put it that way.
2. What was your first ever lipstick?
To be honest, I don’t even remember, and that is kind of sad. My first high-end lip product was Chanel, that I remember.
3. What is your most worn lipstick?
Probably this red by Lancome.
4. What is your favourite brand for lipsticks?
I really love how Ellis Faas lipsticks feel on. Also I am a fan of
Wow, this is something to get really excited about. Makeup book from Ellis Faas ! She is a genius so this must be a real eye candy.
I love how this book is described, so I will just leave you with the official promo release:
“It is typical of the art of ellis faas to question and destabilise the rules and expectations of the beauty industry, to explore definitions and push boundaries of beauty.
While adopting traditional tools and techniques of the trade, she attempts to transcend the industry’s restrictions, the idealised sense of perfection and the tendency towards global uniformity.
To this end she makes use, in turn, of visual
Ellis Faas are launching a new product, Glow Up – a facial illuminator, which will be available from next Monday (December 1st).
Here is Ellis’ philosophy on highlighters and her tips on how to use a product:
“Playing with light is one of the best tricks in make up. Light emphasises shape and glow. Attracting light to certain parts of your face will illuminate it and bring it to life. The best way to attract light to your face is with the soft focus properties of the reflective pearls in Glow Up. These finely milled particles provide radiance with a soft subtle shimmer. It leaves you with a delicate glow that helps to mask any imperfections, adding a satin-soft and porcelain finish.
My personal lipstick drawer is getting out of control. But I keep using the same products over, and over again. So last week I’ve decided to plan my “weekday lipstick wardrobe” in advance. Here are the five products I’ve chosen:
BECCA Ultimate Matte Lip Colour in Eloise (review and lip swatches)
This is the lightest shade of all and the only matte formula from the selection. Eloise is a beautiful baby pink that suits any look, just make sure that your lips are in a great condition, as otherwise it may enhance the dry patches.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Sheer Lipstick Succulence of Dew in Murmurings (review and swatches)
I have been loving this lipstick recently, it feels extremely comfortable on the lips, hydrating and moisturizing. Plus it gives