Posts tagged "swatches"

34
Feb 01

Kaleidoscope gloss is almost sold out. Wondering if it’s worth picking up before it’s gone? Check out Lisanne’s swatches & review!


140
Feb 06
Carousel Glosses have been a great success and are *almost sold out*. These are Holiday Edition and will be discontinued on March 1 or when we run out, whichever happens first. Wondering if they’re worth picking up? Read review below & check out the swatches!
makeupbox:

Lip Gloss for the Lipstick Girl?
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[Carousel Glosses: (L-to-R) Loop-de-Loop, Kaleidoscope, Candy Apple, Cherry on Top, and Golden Ticket]
I used to be a gloss lover before I got into blogging. I loved it for the same reason most girls love lip glosses. The versatility and low maintenance, and how it juices up your pout with subtle color and shimmer.
Well, there-in lies the problem which I discovered the MOMENT I tried to do lip swatches for a blog post. In stronger lighting and zoom, half of them looked like a smattering of barely-there shimmer over clear gloss. The difference was quite minimal, and I finally understood why “signature lip colors” are mostly lipsticks. In real life, with most of the generic shades around, nobody else can really tell one pink gloss from the other on your lips (or a peach one to tell the truth). 
So in the past year, I’ve pretty much stopped using colored glosses on their own.

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[Lime Crime Carousel Gloss, boxed. Reminds me of European chocolate pastilles!]

When I first heard that Lime Crime was coming up with a line of limited edition sparkly glosses in zany colors, I thought “Nah. They’re probably like MAC Dazzleglasses.”

Dear all, I was so wrong. 

[Carousel Lip Gloss swatches: (L-to-R) Loop-de-Loop, Kaleidoscope, Candy Apple, Cherry on Top, and Golden Ticket]
I tried to capture the sheen, intensity, opacity and texture of the glosses as best as I could here. And yes, honey, they do go on that strong.
The closer comparison would probably be to MAC’s Dare to Wear Lipglasses from 2010 in more outlandish shades, but I don’t own any of those so I can’t really compare.
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General ease of use:
This is not the type of lip gloss you smear on half-drunk in a club toilet with shaky hands and no mirror. They come with smaller, firmer, short-bristle brushes as you need a lot of precision as ANY slips and smears will show up against your skin.
I was disappointed that 2 of the 5 brush applicators came “splayed” when brush hairs were pushed up the wrong way during the packing process. (As you know, those stragglers are impossible to bend back into shape, so I ended up using cuticle scissors to cut off the renegade strands, and they work fine now.) Would prefer maybe a flexible silicone spatula if the brushes can’t go in properly, but that’s just me! If you need more control than the small brush gives, just apply a lot of gloss in the center of you lips and then spread and smooth it out with your own lip brush.
—-
Texture:
These glosses are very thick, which is probably necessary if you want to combine high sheen and high pigmentation. In fact, they’re more like liquid lipsticks than real glosses. You’ll have to be your own judge whether these are “sticky” though, since the term is so subjective and different for everyone. I find them less sticky than MAC Clear Lipglass or Dazzleglasses, but definitely thicker than the runnier Cremesheen Glasses.
—-
Now the fun part: How do these look on the lips?

Lip swatch: Single coat of Loop-de-Loop worn over bare lips.
The dark horse for me was Loop-de-Loop. I figured there was no way blue lip gloss could look good on me but this deep, metallic royal-blue shade has turned out to be surprisingly charming and flattering on my yellow-based skin. But then this is totally not a color I would normally wear at all. No staining experienced.
—-

Lip swatch: Single coat of Golden Ticket over bare lips.
As expected, Golden Ticket is one of the most fun and interesting shades in the collection. It actually goes on a deeper than it appears in the tube, as it’s a warm bronze base with a yellow-gold sheen, rather than a pure gold. Like Loop-de-Loop, it’s pretty but extremely outlandish compared to normal lip colors. No staining experienced.
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Lip swatch: Single coat of Kaleidoscope worn over bare lips.
If I had to, I’d say this is probably my least favorite of the Carousel glosses. It’s not a bad shade at all, but it takes a bit more work than the other 4 shades as the color goes on a little less evenly and areas of your lips will look more plum, and others more violet. But that’s really being critical, as you can get around that simply by wearing a deep purple or plum liner beneath, to get a gorgeous deep purple shade. No staining experienced.
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Lip swatch: Single coat of Cherry on Top worn over bare lips, with flash.
Bright fuchsia-red without any metallic pigments, so it’s more of a dense, hot-pink, jelly base with micro-flecks shot through. This is definitely warm-toned, and looks like a maraschino cherry color when worn on the lips. I initially thought I’d like Candy Apple the best, but Cherry on Top has turned out to be much more wearable for day time, and I’ve been giving it a bit of love.
Try if you don’t want to wear a straight red, but don’t like pinks! Stains lips pink.
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Lip swatch: Single coat of Candy Apple on top of bare lips
I’ll probably have to do a separate post on this particular one because the camera is just not doing it justice! This is a rich red-on-red-on-red gloss with plenty of sparkle which is just not showing up here. Think of Dorothy’s shoes in Wizard of Oz. It’s extremely flattering to wear but much more dramatic-looking in real life. Stains lips a deep pink/red.
To get the effect in Lime Crime’s promotional images though, you will probably need to layer this over a deep red lipstick or liner as it does not go on that dark over pink/beige lips.
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Carousel Glosses are available until end of February at Limecrimemakeup.com.

Carousel Glosses have been a great success and are *almost sold out*. These are Holiday Edition and will be discontinued on March 1 or when we run out, whichever happens first. Wondering if they’re worth picking up? Read review below & check out the swatches!

makeupbox:

Lip Gloss for the Lipstick Girl?

—-

[Carousel Glosses: (L-to-R) Loop-de-Loop, Kaleidoscope, Candy Apple, Cherry on Top, and Golden Ticket]

I used to be a gloss lover before I got into blogging. I loved it for the same reason most girls love lip glosses. The versatility and low maintenance, and how it juices up your pout with subtle color and shimmer.

Well, there-in lies the problem which I discovered the MOMENT I tried to do lip swatches for a blog post. In stronger lighting and zoom, half of them looked like a smattering of barely-there shimmer over clear gloss. The difference was quite minimal, and I finally understood why “signature lip colors” are mostly lipsticks. In real life, with most of the generic shades around, nobody else can really tell one pink gloss from the other on your lips (or a peach one to tell the truth). 

So in the past year, I’ve pretty much stopped using colored glosses on their own.

—-

[Lime Crime Carousel Gloss, boxed. Reminds me of European chocolate pastilles!]

When I first heard that Lime Crime was coming up with a line of limited edition sparkly glosses in zany colors, I thought “Nah. They’re probably like MAC Dazzleglasses.”

Dear all, I was so wrong. 

[Carousel Lip Gloss swatches: (L-to-R) Loop-de-Loop, Kaleidoscope, Candy Apple, Cherry on Top, and Golden Ticket]

I tried to capture the sheen, intensity, opacity and texture of the glosses as best as I could here. And yes, honey, they do go on that strong.

The closer comparison would probably be to MAC’s Dare to Wear Lipglasses from 2010 in more outlandish shades, but I don’t own any of those so I can’t really compare.

—-

General ease of use:

This is not the type of lip gloss you smear on half-drunk in a club toilet with shaky hands and no mirror. They come with smaller, firmer, short-bristle brushes as you need a lot of precision as ANY slips and smears will show up against your skin.

I was disappointed that 2 of the 5 brush applicators came “splayed” when brush hairs were pushed up the wrong way during the packing process. (As you know, those stragglers are impossible to bend back into shape, so I ended up using cuticle scissors to cut off the renegade strands, and they work fine now.) Would prefer maybe a flexible silicone spatula if the brushes can’t go in properly, but that’s just me! If you need more control than the small brush gives, just apply a lot of gloss in the center of you lips and then spread and smooth it out with your own lip brush.

—-

Texture:

These glosses are very thick, which is probably necessary if you want to combine high sheen and high pigmentation. In fact, they’re more like liquid lipsticks than real glosses. You’ll have to be your own judge whether these are “sticky” though, since the term is so subjective and different for everyone. I find them less sticky than MAC Clear Lipglass or Dazzleglasses, but definitely thicker than the runnier Cremesheen Glasses.

—-

Now the fun part: How do these look on the lips?

Lip swatch: Single coat of Loop-de-Loop worn over bare lips.

The dark horse for me was Loop-de-Loop. I figured there was no way blue lip gloss could look good on me but this deep, metallic royal-blue shade has turned out to be surprisingly charming and flattering on my yellow-based skin. But then this is totally not a color I would normally wear at all. No staining experienced.

—-

Lip swatch: Single coat of Golden Ticket over bare lips.

As expected, Golden Ticket is one of the most fun and interesting shades in the collection. It actually goes on a deeper than it appears in the tube, as it’s a warm bronze base with a yellow-gold sheen, rather than a pure gold. Like Loop-de-Loop, it’s pretty but extremely outlandish compared to normal lip colors. No staining experienced.

—-

Lip swatch: Single coat of Kaleidoscope worn over bare lips.

If I had to, I’d say this is probably my least favorite of the Carousel glosses. It’s not a bad shade at all, but it takes a bit more work than the other 4 shades as the color goes on a little less evenly and areas of your lips will look more plum, and others more violet. But that’s really being critical, as you can get around that simply by wearing a deep purple or plum liner beneath, to get a gorgeous deep purple shade. No staining experienced.

—-

Lip swatch: Single coat of Cherry on Top worn over bare lips, with flash.

Bright fuchsia-red without any metallic pigments, so it’s more of a dense, hot-pink, jelly base with micro-flecks shot through. This is definitely warm-toned, and looks like a maraschino cherry color when worn on the lips. I initially thought I’d like Candy Apple the best, but Cherry on Top has turned out to be much more wearable for day time, and I’ve been giving it a bit of love.

Try if you don’t want to wear a straight red, but don’t like pinks! Stains lips pink.

—-

Lip swatch: Single coat of Candy Apple on top of bare lips

I’ll probably have to do a separate post on this particular one because the camera is just not doing it justice! This is a rich red-on-red-on-red gloss with plenty of sparkle which is just not showing up here. Think of Dorothy’s shoes in Wizard of Oz. It’s extremely flattering to wear but much more dramatic-looking in real life. Stains lips a deep pink/red.

To get the effect in Lime Crime’s promotional images though, you will probably need to layer this over a deep red lipstick or liner as it does not go on that dark over pink/beige lips.

—-

Carousel Glosses are available until end of February at Limecrimemakeup.com.


274
Feb 06
makeupbox:

Young Hearts: Colorful Lids and Sakura Lips
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Step 1: Apply a deep chocolate brown (The Body Shop Eye Shadow #32) to the outer corners in a V shape (one leg along the lash line and one along the socket line. If you have a mono-lid, do this with your eye half open and feel for the socket line. It should be on top of your lid fold, and just visible when your eyes are open.Run along the outer halves of the lower lash line as well.
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Step 2: Apply a pale blue (The Body Shop Eye Shadow #17) from the gap in the brown outer V, inwards just past the center of the lids.
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Step 3: Fill in the inner portions of the lid with a pale gold pistachio green (The Body Shop #44)
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Step 4: Then use a pencil brush, run a slightly deeper blue purple like Lime Crime Twilight along the socket line from inner corner outwards in an arc until it reaches the brown at the outer corners.
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Step 5: Add a bit more chocolate brown if it has faded a bit from applying the pastel blue earlier.—-
Step 6: Apply black mascara and a pale white/beige/yellow pencil along the water line.
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The finished eye should look colorful and fun, but still light and pretty. Note that there is very little blending done. You don’t want to muddy up the colors by sweeping a big brush all over the lids area. Just make sure the border of each color sort of blends into the next.
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Now, for the crazy lips!
I wanted to do a stained lip, but not something that looked like the usual red/berry on nude combination. I figured I could do 2 cool-toned pinks instead.

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First begin by priming your lips with a light layer of concealer in the center of the lips, around the cupids bow.

Then use a flat brush with a rounded head to pack on neon pink pigment and press it diagonally into the lip, so that you form a rough heart-shaped top. Repeat until the color builds up to a strong neon pink.
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You will end up with this at the end.
The harder part: Use a lip brush to carefully paint in a pale milky pink (Lime Crime Great Pink Planet or MAC Saint Germain if you are in Europe) over the rest of your lips.
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You can stop here if you want! But I gently topped the lips with gloss, and then smudged out the edges of the darker pink a little so it would look a little softer and more grown up.
EASY WAY OUT:
Just replace the pigment used to create the neon pink heart with a lipstick like Barry M 52 Shocking Pink or Lime Crime Countessa Fluorescent.

makeupbox:

Young Hearts: Colorful Lids and Sakura Lips

—-

Step 1: Apply a deep chocolate brown (The Body Shop Eye Shadow #32) to the outer corners in a V shape (one leg along the lash line and one along the socket line. If you have a mono-lid, do this with your eye half open and feel for the socket line. It should be on top of your lid fold, and just visible when your eyes are open.
Run along the outer halves of the lower lash line as well.

—-

Step 2: Apply a pale blue (The Body Shop Eye Shadow #17) from the gap in the brown outer V, inwards just past the center of the lids.

—-

Step 3: Fill in the inner portions of the lid with a pale gold pistachio green (The Body Shop #44)

—-

Step 4: Then use a pencil brush, run a slightly deeper blue purple like Lime Crime Twilight along the socket line from inner corner outwards in an arc until it reaches the brown at the outer corners.

—-

Step 5: Add a bit more chocolate brown if it has faded a bit from applying the pastel blue earlier.
—-

Step 6: Apply black mascara and a pale white/beige/yellow pencil along the water line.

—-

The finished eye should look colorful and fun, but still light and pretty. Note that there is very little blending done. You don’t want to muddy up the colors by sweeping a big brush all over the lids area. Just make sure the border of each color sort of blends into the next.

—-

Now, for the crazy lips!

I wanted to do a stained lip, but not something that looked like the usual red/berry on nude combination. I figured I could do 2 cool-toned pinks instead.

—-

First begin by priming your lips with a light layer of concealer in the center of the lips, around the cupids bow.

Then use a flat brush with a rounded head to pack on neon pink pigment and press it diagonally into the lip, so that you form a rough heart-shaped top. Repeat until the color builds up to a strong neon pink.

—-

You will end up with this at the end.

The harder part: Use a lip brush to carefully paint in a pale milky pink (Lime Crime Great Pink Planet or MAC Saint Germain if you are in Europe) over the rest of your lips.

—-

You can stop here if you want! But I gently topped the lips with gloss, and then smudged out the edges of the darker pink a little so it would look a little softer and more grown up.

EASY WAY OUT:

Just replace the pigment used to create the neon pink heart with a lipstick like Barry M 52 Shocking Pink or Lime Crime Countessa Fluorescent.


344
Feb 08
makeupbox:

How to Apply a Precise, Dramatic, Glossy Lip
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[Pictured with flash: Lime Crime Carousel Gloss in Kaleidoscope over Make Up Store Jazzy Lip Pencil]
Thicker, more opaque glosses like MAC Pro Longwear and Lime Crime Carousel Glosses are more like a cross between lipstick and gloss. Most fans of these types of lip products like them because they can combine strong, vibrant color along with glassy shine and ultra-sparkle.
But unlike glosses, this is a very high-maintenance look. It’s like wearing a red lip, and you can’t just slick them on with a doe-foot applicator, roll your lips together, and walk out the door because any uneven coverage or blurry lip line is going to look terrible.
So how do you get maximum coverage without making a goopy mess? Here are a few simple steps to getting it to look as perfect as possible without too much time, tools and brushes.
—-
Step 1: Prime your lips with concealer to mute out any color surrounding your lip line. This is important because some dramatic gloss shades are less red than your skin, and can bring out uneven skin tones around your lips. 
—-
Step 2: Apply a lip liner that is pretty much a match for the lip gloss you are intending to wear. I’m demonstrating using a dark plum/purple lip pencil and running it in a thick swatch all around the borders.

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Step 3: Smooth and blend it toward the center of your lips with your finger (or just roll your lips together if you’re confident you’re not going to mess up the borders). Then touch up the borders to get it back to opacity again as you might have sheered it out a bit.
The border needs to be opaque because you won’t be applying as much lip gloss on the border as you would the rest of the lips. This helps to keep things neat and precise. 

—-
Step 4: Apply a generous dollop of gloss in the center of your top and bottom lips (just enough to spread out) and use your ring finger to gently push it out over the surface of your lips. It doesn’t matter if the coverage is thin now. You are just giving your whole lip coverage. 
This gives maximum control, as opposed to applying using the brush applicator in the tube, as it usually ends up pushing too much product to the outer edges of your lip line, which can be messy and hard to spread back in.

Whatever you do, DO NOT PUSH THE GLOSS BEYOND THE LIP LINER!
—-
Step 5: Finish by applying another drop of gloss in the center of your lips and gently smoothing it out again for more coverage. Check for patches where the lip gloss might be thinner, and cover that.
For the rest of the day, when you need to touch up, just keep it to the center of your lips and spread out with your fingers. 
—-
TIP: If you mess up your lip line in the middle of the day, make sure you wipe off all product in that area, and reapply that section from Step 1 (concealer) onwards!
Hey, I warned you it’s high-maintenance.

makeupbox:

How to Apply a Precise, Dramatic, Glossy Lip

—-

[Pictured with flash: Lime Crime Carousel Gloss in Kaleidoscope over Make Up Store Jazzy Lip Pencil]

Thicker, more opaque glosses like MAC Pro Longwear and Lime Crime Carousel Glosses are more like a cross between lipstick and gloss. Most fans of these types of lip products like them because they can combine strong, vibrant color along with glassy shine and ultra-sparkle.

But unlike glosses, this is a very high-maintenance look. It’s like wearing a red lip, and you can’t just slick them on with a doe-foot applicator, roll your lips together, and walk out the door because any uneven coverage or blurry lip line is going to look terrible.

So how do you get maximum coverage without making a goopy mess? Here are a few simple steps to getting it to look as perfect as possible without too much time, tools and brushes.

—-

Step 1: Prime your lips with concealer to mute out any color surrounding your lip line. This is important because some dramatic gloss shades are less red than your skin, and can bring out uneven skin tones around your lips. 

—-

Step 2: Apply a lip liner that is pretty much a match for the lip gloss you are intending to wear. I’m demonstrating using a dark plum/purple lip pencil and running it in a thick swatch all around the borders.

—-

Step 3: Smooth and blend it toward the center of your lips with your finger (or just roll your lips together if you’re confident you’re not going to mess up the borders). Then touch up the borders to get it back to opacity again as you might have sheered it out a bit.

The border needs to be opaque because you won’t be applying as much lip gloss on the border as you would the rest of the lips. This helps to keep things neat and precise. 

—-

Step 4: Apply a generous dollop of gloss in the center of your top and bottom lips (just enough to spread out) and use your ring finger to gently push it out over the surface of your lips. It doesn’t matter if the coverage is thin now. You are just giving your whole lip coverage. 

This gives maximum control, as opposed to applying using the brush applicator in the tube, as it usually ends up pushing too much product to the outer edges of your lip line, which can be messy and hard to spread back in.

Whatever you do, DO NOT PUSH THE GLOSS BEYOND THE LIP LINER!

—-

Step 5: Finish by applying another drop of gloss in the center of your lips and gently smoothing it out again for more coverage. Check for patches where the lip gloss might be thinner, and cover that.

For the rest of the day, when you need to touch up, just keep it to the center of your lips and spread out with your fingers. 

—-

TIP: If you mess up your lip line in the middle of the day, make sure you wipe off all product in that area, and reapply that section from Step 1 (concealer) onwards!

Hey, I warned you it’s high-maintenance.


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Feb 13

71
Feb 14
Ultimate Valentine’s Day lip gloss! ;)))
makeupbox:

Weekend Lip:  Lime Crime “Cherry on Top” Glitter Lip Gloss
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Can you believe that is just lip gloss? No liner, no lipstick, nothing as a base?
I couldn’t resist snapping off a pic just before running out the door for my appointment, just to show how pigmented it is. 
If shades like MAC’s Girl About Town are a little too blue based for you, or you like the idea of a high-shine fuchsia bordering on poppy-red, this is the perfect one. The web site shows it as more red than it actually appears on the lips. Despite the glitter, it’s actually a very lady-like and pretty lip color. (I can’t get the sparkles to show up in this quick-pic because the particles are extremely fine, but I’ll do swatches and a more detailed review soon!)
Cherry on Top is a limited edition gloss in the Carousel Gloss collection, which will be on sale until end of Feb, so check it out if you’re in the mood for a little Valentine’s Day hauling!

Ultimate Valentine’s Day lip gloss! ;)))

makeupbox:

Weekend Lip:  Lime Crime “Cherry on Top” Glitter Lip Gloss

—-

Can you believe that is just lip gloss? No liner, no lipstick, nothing as a base?

I couldn’t resist snapping off a pic just before running out the door for my appointment, just to show how pigmented it is. 

If shades like MAC’s Girl About Town are a little too blue based for you, or you like the idea of a high-shine fuchsia bordering on poppy-red, this is the perfect one. The web site shows it as more red than it actually appears on the lips. Despite the glitter, it’s actually a very lady-like and pretty lip color. (I can’t get the sparkles to show up in this quick-pic because the particles are extremely fine, but I’ll do swatches and a more detailed review soon!)

Cherry on Top is a limited edition gloss in the Carousel Gloss collection, which will be on sale until end of Feb, so check it out if you’re in the mood for a little Valentine’s Day hauling!


323
Feb 16
Ombre lips: Great Pink Planet —> Airborne Unicorn —> No She Didn’t.

Ombre lips: Great Pink Planet —> Airborne Unicorn —> No She Didn’t.


193
Feb 27

Everyone’s favorite nude, Coquette, gets reviewed & comparison-swatched!

makeupbox:

My Favorite Nude Lip: Lime Crime Coquette Swatches and Review

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Finding the perfect nude lipstick is like finding the perfect red. It’s hard because it’s different for everybody. I don’t know why it took so long for me to try Lime Crime’s Coquette, considering I bought so many of their other lip colors.

I guess I just figured I should only get the unconventional shades because a nude is so easily accessible from most brands. Right? Wrong. I just wore it to work and got 3 compliments on the shade before lunch.

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Color:

It’s not a concealer-nude on my NC25 skin, but it will be if you are deeper-toned than NW25 or NC30.

I love it on my skin because it’s got some warmth/pink in the formula (see the swatches against Barry M and Revlon above) and not too pale, too grey, or too brown. Because I have so little red in my skin, wearing something too brown or pale makes me look like a walking corpse. This, for me, has a hint of blush in it and is perfect for that kitten-ish Brigitte Bardot look with dark lids and lots of liner and mascara.

Opacity/Texture:

When I swiped this on, I was first impressed by how I did not need any lip primer to even out my lip tone ahead of time. Coquette went on in an even layer and didn’t sink into lines like some sheer or waxy pale lipsticks can. It goes on creamy (like a MAC Amplified Creme) and sets into a satin finish an hour later, which is perfect for me.

Wear:

This is not meant to be a long-wearing lipstick but it’s lasted pretty darned well so far. After about 3-4 hours of wear (with plenty of talking and some drinking), it will become less opaque and settle into lip lines a little, but that’s only noticeable if you hold a mirror a few inches from your lips and stare), but that’s much less than other nude lipsticks have. I only need to press my lips together every once in awhile to even it out, and then touch up after I eat.

It also does not make my sensitive lips flake or feel too dry.

Scent:

Unoffensive, comforting Vanillin flavor, like MAC.

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Coquette retails for US$15.99 on Limecrimemakeup.com.


24
Mar 08
All true…

All true…


117
Mar 13
Another fantasy “doll” look, featuring powder-blue eyeshadow from Chinadoll Palette. More from the same photoshoot here. :)

Another fantasy “doll” look, featuring powder-blue eyeshadow from Chinadoll Palette. More from the same photoshoot here. :)


584
Oct 08
We are DELIRIOUS over #Serpentina and #Poisonberry, two new lipsticks coming to www.limecrimemakeup.com October 13! #alchemy #limecrime

We are DELIRIOUS over #Serpentina and #Poisonberry, two new lipsticks coming to www.limecrimemakeup.com October 13! #alchemy #limecrime


2054
Nov 25
VELVETINES, Lime Crime’s first-ever waterproof matte liquid lipsticks, are finally here! Two universally-flattering shades, Red Velvet & Suedeberry, have a velvety texture and a matte, kiss-proof finish so you can put it on… and forget about it.$16.99 each. Available at www.limecrimemakeup.com. This product is NOT eligible for the Black Friday discount.

VELVETINES, Lime Crime’s first-ever waterproof matte liquid lipsticks, are finally here! Two universally-flattering shades, Red Velvet & Suedeberry, have a velvety texture and a matte, kiss-proof finish so you can put it on… and forget about it.

$16.99 each. Available at www.limecrimemakeup.com. This product is NOT eligible for the Black Friday discount.


289
Dec 23
Desserts d’Antoinette Nail Polish
$5.99 each at http://tinyurl.com/lcnailpolish

Desserts d’Antoinette Nail Polish

$5.99 each at http://tinyurl.com/lcnailpolish


175
Mar 02
Aquataenia Palette, inspired by all things under-the-sea! Available on www.limecrimemakeup.com 🌈🌊💦 Img: @brutavaresppf #limecrime #aquataenia #eyeshadowpalette #swatches #mermaids #makeup #mermaidmakeup #mua #eyeshadow #makeupartist

Aquataenia Palette, inspired by all things under-the-sea! Available on www.limecrimemakeup.com 🌈🌊💦 Img: @brutavaresppf #limecrime #aquataenia #eyeshadowpalette #swatches #mermaids #makeup #mermaidmakeup #mua #eyeshadow #makeupartist


30
Mar 05
Candy Apple gloss, Glamour101, Poisonberry & D’Lilac swatches via @victhedivo. Which one do YOU covet? www.limecrimemakeup.com 💄💋 #limecrime #limecrimelipstick #swatches #lipstick #makeup #mua #probeautyblog

Candy Apple gloss, Glamour101, Poisonberry & D’Lilac swatches via @victhedivo. Which one do YOU covet? www.limecrimemakeup.com 💄💋 #limecrime #limecrimelipstick #swatches #lipstick #makeup #mua #probeautyblog



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