Wednesday, 9 July 2014

The Best of the Long Lasting Lipstick

I have to be in the mood for a bright bold lip but when I am I want it to last and these products should be in every girls makeup stash. From top to bottom is Rimmel Apocalips -Eclipse, Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet- Frambourjoise and Peach Club, L'Oreal Paris Colour Infallible - Red Infallible. 

All these lip products really have the lasting power as well as being very bold too, the Rouge Edition Velvets can be made quite sheer by applying them with a lip brush and putting a gloss over but when applied with a thick coat they are on the bold side and can last for hours, the only time I had to top up Peach Club was when I had a pasta dish which I managed to get all over my lips so it faded slightly. However, reapplying once in 12 hours is very good going for me!

The L'Oreal lipgloss is another one that sticks around and has to be removed with a makeup wipe. This one is a little different as it has a clear lip balm on the end of it which keeps the gloss in place. Sometimes I've found that applying can be a bit difficult as it can go a little patchy but I removed it and started again and it was fine, this is the one lip product that can last through meals and still not come off so I don't mind if applying is harder than the others as the end result is worth it.

The final lip lacquer is Apocalips which has an amazing smooth texture. This one lasts the least amount of time but is still worth a buy because of the amazing colour range, the previous two lip products only come with a small colour range but the Apocalips really went to town on colours and I need to pick up some more as it is such a nice product to wear.

Rimmel Apocalips - here
Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet - here
L'Oreal Colour Infallible -here

Have you tried any of these products? Any other long lasting lip colours that you would recommend?

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