Last week I wrote a review about the coral shade that you can see on the photo and now it’s time for the lime green in #318.
I already wrote that these nail enamels are a bit different: coral has 15 ml and lime green has 16 ml, the finish is also different. Coral has a cream finish while green has – metallic. So obviously you get the different effect. You need at least 2 coats of #318 to get the opaque cover and it chips faster than #949. The conclusion? I am very
I have already written about the Rouge Bunny Rouge Gleaming Temptations lip gloss but they also have Glassy Gloss lip gloss which comes in six shades.
I’ve got one shade as a Christmas present from Zuneta and RBR. (Thank you!)
The shade that I have is called Jungle Fudge (£22) and is described as cushiony-soft semi-sheer metallic finish cool copper, with a glint of silver pearls. And it’s a perfect description.
I personally would probably never get such shade for myself so that is cool to try something different!
I find the Glassy Gloss moisturizing, hydrating and nourishing, it looks nice even on the dry lips and definitely makes them feel better. It is rather thick, which I personally love a lot, but not sticky. The product has a decent staying power. Jungle Fudge has a fruity scent which makes me think of mango.
Here is the swatch in the direct sunlight
This week will be a week of Lip Balms on Makeup4all, so I have decided to post a little round-up of some of my favourite lip balms which I have reviewed in the last several years. Here are 7 for you to check out:
- NUXE Reve de Miel Baume Levres Ultra-Nourrissant Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm (review)
- Elemental Herbology Nutritive Lip Complex (review)
More lip balms:
It was my Birthday in March and I wanted to wear dark lips out so just for this occasion I’ve bought Inglot’s Matte AMC Lip Pencil in #34 which is a dark berry shade.
It is matte lip product so obviously your lips must be in a great condition. I’ve been using this lip balm so mine were prepared!
So here are my thoughts about it:
As I already said, make sure that your lips are in a perfect condition.
I think it’s easy to apply it as you don’t need any additional products, just make sure that you apply it evenly or it will look horrible and it will be very obvious as it is such a dark shade. I’ve applied mine straight on the lips and gently dabbed it with the finger in the end.
I don’t find it drying (if you moisturised the lips, but not directly before applying this product) and it
I think brands like Inglot and Kiko are taking the beauty world by storm. I mean what is not to like: huge selection of products, brilliant quality and affordable prices. Count me in! And while I’ve tried numerous products from Inglot over the years, somehow I just got my first Kiko product this summer only. But it is love...
I’ve decided to pick up their Long-Lasting Wet & Dry Use Eyeshadow to begin with, as it sounded and looked like something I’d enjoy using. There are 32 shades in general so it was a hard decision but I’ve managed to choose 202 Golden Mauve.
First of all, it looks absolutely gorgeous in the pan, you get a wavy pattern, and a handy lill’ mirror.
As for the shadows – the texture is great, it is buttery soft and very smooth, you can apply and blend it even with your finger.
When applied dry, the golden shimmer shows through more, especially when you gently pat it on – you get a