If you’re looking to add some fun to your lipstick collection then these color changing lipsticks from Givenchy are gonna be perfect for you. My first color changing lipstick was from Blush and Whimsy and I absolutely loved them. Read more about that here.
Color changing lipsticks are a great way to create your own custom lip color as the color changes according to your body’s pH. It’s like Magic.
The Givenchy Lip Duo consists of a a sheer pink lipstick and a black lipstick that both have a satin finish.
I am convinced that this product was sent from the gods of lip care. As a frequent lipstick wearer, and for extended hours at a time, my lips tend to suffer from dryness as well as peeling. Rough, dry and peeling lips is never sexy, especially under some matte lipstick! I do still routinely scrub and exfoliate my lips but sometimes I just need something more to lock in that moisture and I believe I’ve finally found it.
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butter London’s Lush Lip Oil in the shade Ballet Blush is the business. I’ve never purchased any form of lip oil before and that’s why I was motivated to get this one. This lip oil is packed with so much healing benefits and awesome ingredients like chia seed oil, pear seed oil and green tea extract that leaves your lips fully moisturized for up to like 4 hours.
One negative may be the price point for some of us but at $22 it’s definitely worth every penny. Packaging and application is simple and super easy with just two pumps that gives you the perfect amount to fully cover your lips. It glides on smoothly with a sheer tint of color and most importantly it’s not sticky, I can’t stand a sticky lip gloss!
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How I make my summer color work is by pairing my lipstick with a colorful top, scarf or even with my nail polish and it instantly elevates my outfit. One of my fun shades is the NYX Summer Breeze, which is like a bubble gum pink that goes perfectly with my skin tone. It is matte and may be slightly more drying in the winter. To help with that dryness, I use Vaseline before I apply my lip liner and lipstick. You can also apply a topcoat of lip gloss on it as well for extra moisture.
Winter is not one of my favorite seasons of the year, however that doesn’t stop me from sporting some of my fun summer shades to brighten up my look and my day. I don’t tend to follow trends when it comes to lipstick shades, I just practically use what I have and make it work for me. One of the things that I stay consistent with, however, is using my lip scrub, especially in the winter time.
How do you wear your summer shades in winter? Let me know. XOXO