My First Anita Grant Spree

I first heard of Anita Grant only a few weeks ago when I came across a Brown Beauty Talk with Anita Grant on Twitter one Sunday. Following the talk there was a competition on Instagram to win a £30 voucher to spend at anitagrant.com and guess what? I won!

This was a new brand to me so before entering the competition I checked the website to see what Anita Grant did and I was pretty impressed. It is a family run brand which makes handmade skincare and haircare using natural ingredients. I like brands (for any product) where the owner puts something of themselves into it because it makes the products feel more special. It also makes mineral make-up which is supposed to be good for the skin. The best part for me is that as far as I could see, all the products come in sample sizes which are cheaper than the full-size versions. You can try them out for a fraction of the price before making a full commitment. As this is an online store, this is a very important option.

I won the competition in the middle of my spending ban so I have only just been able to spend the voucher. I had to make do with a Pinterest wishlist in the meantime. I wanted all 36 of the eyeshadows but that would have blown the budget. One purpose of the spending ban was to get me to focus on my beauty expenditure!

I wanted to sample a range of products and the voucher was the perfect opportunity to do this.

First I wanted to try a skincare or haircare product. Ideally I would have wanted to try the Curl Conditioning Clay Hair Wash but this is for afro hair so it is not suitable for me. I went for a sample of the Lavender Rose Babassu Shampoo/Shower Bar to use as a shower bar. It smells heavenly!

My First Anita Grant Spree Soap

My First Anita Grant Spree Soap

Then I chose two foundation samples – Spiced Pumpkin and Caramel. It took me two attempts and a couple of hours to figure out which shades to pick! There is a guide to picking foundation but I couldn’t work out whether my undertone was olive, neutral or warm and whether my shade was medium, tan or rich! I’ve never colour matched my own foundation before and I’ve never bought foundation online without having previously tried it in a store. I settled on warm tan. Unfortunately for me, after all the drama I discovered that there is no recommended shade for warm tan skin. I decided to take a guess and try Caramel which is for rich olive skin and Spiced Pumpkin which is for tan olive skin. If I get it wrong I’ll just order a couple more samples.

My First Anita Grant Spree foundation samples

My First Anita Grant Spree foundation samples

Finally I had the agonising task of choosing some eyeshadow colours. When they arrived I realised I picked a bunch of neutral colours so I need to add more brights to my collection if I like these. I’ve already got my eyes on Honey Dew Melon, a vivid green and Mauve Parfait, a berry pink. All of the eyeshadows have tasty names which makes me want them all. I don’t normally go for mineral eyeshadow because I can make quite a mess when applying make-up. I now need to address that!

I chose:

Blackcurrant Liquorice – a blue-toned nearly black shimmer
Dragon Fruit – a vivid hot pink shimmer
Moroccan Orange Drizzle Cake – a coral-orange with a hint of pink shimmer
Raspberry Coulis – a peach with blue shimmer
Ginger Peach – a ginger-peach with gold shimmer
Ginger Snap – a golden ginger-peach with minimal shimmer
Tiramisu – a pale bronze shimmer
Turkish Coffee – a copper-bronze shimmer

My First Anita Grant Spree eyshadow

My First Anita Grant Spree eyshadow

My First Anita Grant Spree open pots of eyeshadow

My First Anita Grant Spree open pots of eyeshadow

The colours are much paler than on the website according to my screen settings. It actually means they are more wearable!

Everything came securely packaged and wrapped in tissue paper, mini cardboard boxes and tiny plastic wallets. It felt good to be able to throw the packaging into the paper recycling bin rather than the landfill bin. Another touch I like about the packaging is the “hello beautiful” stickers on the pots – so cute! As an added bonus, the eyeshadows came with a guide to understanding my eye shape so I can get the best out of my new eye make-up and the foundations came with a guide covering application and other tips.

My First Anita Grant Spree eyeshadow boxes

My First Anita Grant Spree eyeshadow boxes

I am impressed so far. The service has been great, which is very important to me, and I’m sure I’m going to love the products. I’ll post when I have tried a few of them out.

My First Makeup Revolution Spree

My First Makeup Revolution Spree Purchases

My First Makeup Revolution Spree Purchases

Makeup Revolution was on all the blogs whilst I was on a spending ban -that was painful! To deal with this I created a Pinterest wishlist so now you can see what I actually went for.

As soon as my spending ban was over I placed this order. Having been disappointed time after time with another cheap make-up brand, I chose only a few products to test them out on the basis I can always order more.

I had to get all of the limited edition Scandalous lip collection as at £1 per lipstick, I decided this is the best way to try out some crazy colours.

I bought:

Vice – a bright orange because I am on a mission to find a reasonably priced bright orange lipstick which is not red, coral or peach masquerading as orange.
Immoral – a pale blue lipstick because since last year where blue lips kept popping up in the magazines, I decided I simply needed a blue lipstick.
Depraved – a lilac shade which I’m hoping will look good on me because purples tend to suit my skintone.
Crime – a fuchsia pink because for some crazy reason I do not have a fuchsia pink lipstick even though it looks amazing on my skintone.
Felony – a bright yellow lipstick because for £1, why not?
Finally, I bought one of the permanent collection lipsticks in Nude just because I was curious.

I think the Scandalous collection should be permanent and maybe Makeup Revolution can add more not-so-standard colours to the collection. It’s so annoying when every brand sells the same thing!

I then went for an Awesome Metals Foil Finish metallic eyeshadow in Magnificent Copper which should create a bold copper colour on my lids once I have mixed up the formula in the provided mixing tray. I haven’t seen anything like this before so I thought it would be fun to try out. I chose Magnificent Copper as I wanted something that would stand out but it also had to be wearable, as wearable as bright metallic eyelids can be!

Now on to the eye palettes. Realistically I wanted to try them all. I know they have been compared with the Urban Decay Naked palettes but I have not used these (yet) so I chose something a little different. First I chose the Awesome Eyeshadow and Eyebrow Palette in Disappear til tomorrow as it has a good selection of golden brown neutrals shades in matte and shimmer, plus some darker shades for a smoky eye and two shades for brows. I figured this would be a good one to start me off with. The colour segments are smaller than I thought they would be which is a little disappointing but I am pleased with the 14 eyeshadow colours – they are exactly what I wanted. The palette comes with a mini angled liner brush and a mini sponge applicator.

The second palette is the Redemption Matte Brights palette which is bigger than I thought it would be! I bought this mainly because it has a matte grey strip and I really like grey eyeshadow, as well as mega bright colours. I plan to have a lot of fun with this one!

This is a budget brand so the packaging is not very good quality. It feels a bit flimsy but for £4 per palette and £1 per lipstick, I can’t really complain. I know where to go if I want fancy packaging and the more I get to know about make-up, the less I am happy to pay just because the packaging is nice. For me, the main thing is that the product has to perform.

I also received some free gifts with this order, an Easter present from Makeup Revolution. I love it when brands do this.

I received:

Pure Pigments loose eyeshadow/eye dust in Cautious, a gold colour and Levity which is lilac. I don’t normally choose loose powders as I tend to get into a mess but I’m happy to try these now I have them!

Kajal which I almost bought so I’m glad I received it!

Nail polish in Cool Days, a spring mint green.

Thanks Makeup Revolution!

My First Makeup Revolution Spree Free Gifts

My First Makeup Revolution Spree Free Gifts

Review: Maybelline the Colossal Volum’ Express Cat Eyes Mascara in Wild Black

Review: Maybelline the Colossal Volum' Express Cat Eyes Mascara in Wild Black

Review: Maybelline the Colossal Volum’ Express Cat Eyes Mascara in Wild Black

Maybelline the Colossal Volum’ Express Cat Eyes Mascara in Wild Black is my favourite pharmacy/drugstore mascara for daytime and here’s why…

I am rubbish at applying mascara – it tends to end up all over my eyes and face! Plus, I always seem to be in a rush so that most of the time I don’t bother wearing any. Also, as I have black lashes already, for the daytime I just want to add a little length and open up my eyes.

This mascara delivers all that I want. The curved brush makes for very easy application on both the top and bottom lashes – it grips the lashes with hardly any effort from me. The curved brush is also great for curling my lashes.

Just the right amount of product is applied and it doesn’t clump. My lashes end up longer looking and separated in a subtle way. It’s easy to add volume layer by layer depending on my mood. Despite my love of this mascara, it can get a tiny bit dry and flaky towards the end of the day – I might be particularly aware of this as I have quite easily irritated eyes. It doesn’t stop me wearing it though!

It doesn’t necessarily give me cat eyes – I don’t know what that is and I don’t know if I want it!

I get clump-free enhanced length, separation and curl in a very easy to apply mascara and that’s all I need!

Review: Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand

Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand

Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand

Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand

Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand

 

I bought this Clinique Even Better Compact Makeup in 18 Sand when I was looking for a CC cream. This foundation is a “my skin but better” product. I apply the cream using the sponge, only to the areas which need coverage then blend the product out using the other side of the sponge for a naturally flawless looking finish. This is a perfect colour match to blend the lighter parts of my face into the darker parts. It is much better than having to buy two foundation shades. I guess I’m lucky that I have quite clear skin.

This is a crème to powder product so it glides on like a dream and is very easy to blend. It gives a slightly dewy finish rather than matte which I prefer.

I was told this is good for combination skin. I’m not too sure about that. I have no problems with my dry skin but it really can’t cope with my oily nose. Despite being told it controls oil, it doesn’t for me. It just slides off my nose so I have to use power on my nose. If it was not for that, this would have been my perfect foundation so the search will continue!

As you can see I have hit the pan. I intend to use all of this up because apart from the annoying oil thing, this is great for dry skin which is my main complaint, and it looks so natural.

Review: Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740

Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740

Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740

Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740

Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740

Maybelline ColorSensational Lipstick in Coffee Craze 740 is part of the Stripped Nudes collection, known as The Buffs in the USA. This is a beige nude so it is more brown than pink which makes a refreshing change from all of the pink nude shades that are available. It has strong pigmentation and a satin finish. The shine is great for a gloss lover like me and as it is not a gloss, just a bit shiny, there is not the disadvantage of hair sticking to my lips.

The best thing about this lipstick is the staying power. It is very comfortable to wear as it is not drying and it lasts for ages. It lasts for many hours through several snacks before needing touching up. I have gone to touch up many times only to find that it is not necessary.

Another nice touch is that the scent reminds me of Play Doh. Happy memories!

I am really pleased I snapped this up. It is a pleasure to wear – I literally couldn’t ask for anything more from it!

See how nude this is on my Dark Blue Eyes and Ultra Nude Lips post.

Review: Bobbi Brown Illuminating Finish Powder Compact Foundation SPF12 Honey 5

Bobbi Brown Illuminating Finish Powder Compact Foundation SPF12 Honey 5

Bobbi Brown Illuminating Finish Powder Compact Foundation SPF12 Honey 5

I usually use this Bobbi Brown Illuminating Finish Powder Compact Foundation SPF12 Honey 5 as a finishing powder applied with a powder brush. I bought this before I got a tan and now I have one it is a little too pale for most of my face but it is still the right colour for my cheeks. It matches with my Bobbi Brown Natural Finish Long Lasting Foundation SPF 15 in Warm Honey 5.5.

It’s great for my handbag, the compact has a good sized mirror and a lovely smooth sponge which I use for touch ups for my nose.

It behaves like a powder when applied with a brush, but with the sponge you can feel that it glides on like a cream with the finish of a powder. I genuinely enjoy applying this foundation!

It lasts all day and despite being a powder it does not leave my skin feeling dry – I do not notice it is there which is great. Plus, being a powder, it is easy to apply in one quick step.

It has a matte finish with also enhances the complexion rather than leaving my skin looking dull and grey. That must be the illuminating bit!

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

I wanted to try the matte pink eye trend as seen on Jourdan Dunn but I don’t have any matte pink eyeshadows! I could have used blusher I guess. Maybe I’ll try that next as I have a really pretty pink blush from Bobbi Brown.

If you follow me on Instagram you would have seen a couple of pictures of my face and my outfit which inspired the make-up.

This is what I used:

Face

  • Bare Minerals foundation in Golden Tan W30 applied with my Bare Minerals Flawless Face brush
  • Sleek Contour Kit in Medium 885 applied with my Models Own Angled Blush Brush

Eyes

  • Clinique All About Eyes Concealer in Deep Honey 08 applied and blended with my fingers
  • Kiko Makeup Milano Eye Base eyeshadow primer applied to my eyelids with my fingers
  • Maybelline Color Tattoo cream eyeshadow in Pink Gold applied all over my eyelids up to the brows using a cream blending brush (not pictured)
  • Max Factor Max Effect Dip-In Eyeshadow in Posh Pink 03 applied using the applicator to my eyelids only and blended with my Ruby & Millie Eye Brush
  • MAC Swiss Chocolate matte eyeshadow applied under the brow bone using my Ruby & Millie Eye Brush.
  • Maybelline the Colossal Volum’ Express Cat Eyes Mascara in Wild Black
  • Soap & Glory Smoulder Khol waterproof eyeliner in Superblack on the waterline
  • Bobbi Brown eyeshadow in Mahogany 10 to define my eyebrows using my Bare Minerals Angled Liner brush

Lips

  • E.l.f. Studio Matte Lip Color in Praline

 

I wanted to keep a bright and fresh spring look so I didn’t use topliner or blend the brown eyeshadow out to make it smoky eye.

 

 

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes Full Face

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes

Spring Shimmery Pink Eyes Kit

Review: Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme Lengthening Mascara in Black

Inspired: Green Goddess Eyes

Inspired: Green Goddess Eyes with Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme Mascara

Inspired: Green Goddess Eyes

Inspired: Green Goddess Eyes with Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme Mascara

 

I received a sample of this Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme Lengthening Mascara in Black when I placed an online order.

I really like this mascara because:

  • It doesn’t clump – I think this is impossible due to the plastic brush with the tiny fibres
  • No matter how haphazardly I apply it, it does not imprint on my eyelids
  • Due to the small fibres is it very easy to apply to both top and bottom lashes
  • It does not flake at all
  • It separates the lashes
  • It lengthens the lashes but it is not extreme so luckily this claim did not come true for me!

It’s well worth the full price! The photos are from my The Face USA Green Goddess look.

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Cocoa Spa Ticket at the Chocolate Festival

Cocoa Spa Ticket at the Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Today I went to the Chocolate Festival in London. It is a few hours of tasting chocolate and chocolate products which you can buy and there was also the added treat of the Cocoa Spa. At the Cocoa Spa you could get a chocolate themed hand massage or chocolate inspired professionally applied eye make-up. Naturally, I wanted to have my eyes done professionally, especially as it was free of charge! I was booked in with Elizabeth Rita, who is a professional hair and make-up artist who does weddings, celebrities and editorial work. I still think it’s a bit surreal that I had my make-up done by a MUA for Britain’s Got Talent!

I didn’t do much research before attending the Chocolate Festival however I was aware there would be something to do with make-up so I left the house wearing as little as I thought I could get away with. I was wearing: Clinique all about eyes concealer in deep honey, Clinique even better compact make-up in sand, Bobbi Brown Illuminating Finish Powder Compact Foundation in Honey on my nose to deal with shine, Seventeen Instant Glow Gold Bronze Shimmer Brick as a blusher, Benecos natural kajal in black on the top lashline and e.l.f. Matte Lip Color in praline.

The Basics

The Basics

Now on to the makeover! From what I can remember, Elizabeth used:

  • Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion (I need this little purple tube of goodness)
  • Urban Decay Naked Palette (This one’s on the beauty spending ban wishlist)
  • Illamasqua eyeshadow
  • Shu Uemura eyeshadow
  • Flori Roberts liquid eyeliner (amazingly black but I don’t have the patience to wait for this to dry)
  • Illamasqua Liquid Metal (I need this palette – the effect is spectacular)
Elizabeth Rita's Chocolate Kit!

Elizabeth Rita’s Chocolate Kit!

More products were used but I was trying to enjoy the experience!

Whilst the eyeliner was drying Elizabeth did my brows – a nice added extra. She was even kind enough to compliment my nails (Barry M Nail Paint in Mint Green)!

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

Chocolate Inspired Eyes from the London Chocolate Festival

How completely gorgeous is this look? Thank you Elizabeth! The last day of the Chocolate Festival is tomorrow, 13th April if you want a few hours of chocolate and make-up in one!

Check out my Instagram (@tashasface) for more photos – sorry I can’t link at the moment as Instagram is currently broken! (Instagram is now fixed so you can see my nail colour.)

Review: Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

I received this Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black as part of a free gift for subscribing to Elle magazine. It has to be one of the best mascaras I have tried – it’s up there with a YSL mascara I bought a couple of years ago. Seems I like mascaras that come in gold packages!

The bristles on the brush look pretty traditional and are fairly closely packed. I find it a joy to apply as the brush gently strokes the mascara onto my lashes, lengthening and thickening. The length is not as spectacular as Benefit’s They’re Real but the thickening is what I like. They’re Real only lengthens so eyeliner is needed but for me, I do not need additional top liner with the Elizabeth Arden mascara to make my lashes look fuller. The separation is good and when I curl my lashes using the wand (I’m scared of eyelash curlers!), the curl holds.

I can wear this all day with absolutely no irritation, no flaking or any kind of deterioration whatsoever. The curl holds all day and even when I fell asleep the curl was still there when I woke up! There is something about the formula that feels like it is nourishing my eyelashes – my lashes do not harden like with many mascaras. I think there is some kind of flexible element in there.

I now remember why I used to buy premium mascaras – they really are superior. This Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black does what it says – it enhances my lashes. It’s no too dramatic so I can wear it in the day but it is enough that I can wear it at night. I would definitely pay £21 to buy another one of these!

 

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lash Enhancing Mascara in Black

Review: Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in Nude

Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in Nude

Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in Nude

I warn you now, Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in nude is thick and sticky! This I can live with, as it has a “quality” sticky feel, and this makes it one of the longest lasting glosses I have tried.

My lips are naturally pink with a brown outline this brown-pink shade of gloss is the perfect nude shade. I actually bought it to layer over my Bobbi Brown nude lipsticks – Cocoa and Warm Cocoa here but the colour is so good I also wear it alone without lipstick or lip liner.

Bobbi Brown products are premium products so are priced accordingly however this was well worth the £18 for the colour, wear time and versatility.

I will repurchase!

 

 Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in Nude

Bobbi Brown Lipgloss in Nude

Review: MUA Red Lipstick in Shade 13

MUA Red Lipstick in Shade 13 back together again!

MUA Red Lipstick in Shade 13 back together again!

I’ve been desperate to try one of these infamous £1 lipsticks since December last but it took a while for Superdrug to begin to restock the MUA shelves.

I went for Shade 13 because try as I might, I struggle with matte as it is so drying. I’m into my glosses and I have only just started trying mattes since starting this blog.

This is a true creamy red. I actually love this £1 gem! It glides on easily and has good staying power. It stays put and does not bleed so there’s no need for lip liner. It produces the bold colour I want with minimal effort and it actually brightened my mood when I wore it! It perfectly suits my skin tone and is not drying in the slightest.

Thanks to Beauty in Beta I now know that the coloured part at the bottom comes off so I can use a lip brush to apply colour without messing up the bullet.

This is my new favourite red!

 

MUA Red Lipstick in Shade 13 disassembled!

MUA Red Lipstick in Shade 13 disassembled!

Review: MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4 – please ignore the stray brows!

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

I bought this MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4 as I wanted to have a grey liquid liner and I didn’t want to spend £20 on an Artliner from Lancôme. What I actually got from this bottle was a highly reflective pewter!

As with Shade 2, the applicator is a sponge which draws a very thin line and the consistency of the liquid is such that you need to apply one coat, let it dry, then apply another.

The colour is amazing but if it cracks like Shade 2 that will be disappointing. The plus side is that it only cost £1. Looks like I still need that Artliner!

 

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 4

 

Review: MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2 - not easy to work with!

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2 – not easy to work with!

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2

I bought this MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2 as I wanted a matte or lacquer petrol blue/teal liquid liner. What I got was a dazzlingly bright metallic sky blue liner!

The best thing about this liner is the brightness of the colour. It really made my eyes pop- I think I’ll call it a feature liner!

Now, the practicalities. The applicator is not a brush, it’s a pointed sponge which produces a very, very thin line. So thin I had to draw a second line to thicken it.

The liquid itself is also thin- it’s easy to accidentally scrape up the line you just drew as the applicator is not a brush.

The best way to apply this is to paint on a line, wait for it to dry then paint on another layer. On the second coat you will get a nice, bold colour.

I wore this all day and noticed that it cracked and bits flaked off which is such a shame as the colour is spectacular.
It was worth trying, for £1!

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2

MUA Liquid Eyeliner in Shade 2

Review: Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie

 

The Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie is not a new product but I love it and wanted to share with you how I wear it! It’s a raspberry pink lip colour with a glossy finish, without the stickiness. The colour is stronger than a gloss but not as opaque as a lipstick. I am a glossy girl and wanted a strong, glossy colour and you definitely get that here!

My favourite way to wear it is with my Barry M lip pencil in 2 a close-but-not-exact colour match in a deep pink. You can see me wearing this combination in my Fruit Salad post. It lasts longer than most glosses (except Lancôme juicy tubes!) but not as long as a lipstick when I wear it like this.

I recently tried it without the lip liner. Without, it comes up a deeper pink and a little translucent. I remembered why I use the lip liner – I can’t get a defined edge with this product and I prefer definition with bold lip colours. It’s does have fairly good staying power without liner although when it fades it looks like I’ve been kissing all my fellow shoppers which is a bit embarrassing. Incidentally, if you do decide to plant a kiss on someone they will have a very bright pink glossy lip print on them – kinda funny!

Overall, I really like this – I can’t decide if it is the colour or the formula or both – it’s just one of my favourites. If you’re looking for a bold gloss-like look, go for this Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie. I think I might have to try some more colours!

 

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie with Barry M Lip Pencil in 2

Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie with Barry M Lip Pencil in 2

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