Thursday, March 17, 2016

Orange madness


Ola! Now that the sun is peeping through the clouds again and it's finally time to go bright for the season, I'm back in the game with orange lipsticks. I'm quite lucky to have a lightly yellow/beige undertone in my skintone and a sandy brown haircolour which makes tangerine shades look warm and poppy on me. And it'll be even better when I get a little more tanned. To welcome the first rays of sun back in our life, I'm showing you my collection of orange lipsticks!
The first one I got is the Clinique Pop lip colour + primer in Poppy Pop. It's a lipstick range that makes me so happy, the quality is so good and the products moisturize your lips in a comfortable way. The colour is bright and really shows off. It's a red-orange and it's the darkest from these lipsticks. But the best thing about this lipstick is how incredibly long it lasts!

Of course, there's always a MAC involved. I've got the coral-orange shade Vegas Volt. It's a powerful shade, perfectly gives a girly touch to an orange lip. I've reviewed it once here. I like the amplified finish because it doesn't dry out, but I would maybe like to have a lip liner to support this one.




Another MAC, but a liquid lip colour this one: the Retro Matte in Mademoiselle. It's a nude orange, and much more soft than the other ones in this post. I think it will be a nice everyday shade in Spring/Summer. I haven't worn it much yet in the colder days, but with the sun showing I'm definetely in the mood for it. I've reviewed it before in this post.

And the newest one in my collection, a budget buy: the Elf hydrating lipstick in Orange Dream. Probably the brightest colour in this post but it's surprisingly warm on my lips! The texture is fine, quality is good, but the best thing about this lipstick is the smell! There's something honey-vanilla like to it and that makes it extra fun to wear this one!



Which one is your favourite?


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