Makeup Review: Lips

While having your makeup done professionally is really great it is not always possible. So here are some ideas on day to day wearable products that won’t break the bank:
Lips
With winter in full swing your lipstick needs to change. Matte lipsticks are really striking but can leave your lips dry and chapped.
For a super delicate moisture try Palladio herbal tinted lip balm.

It comes in nine gorgeous colours (see picture above) and lasts longer than most, leaving your lips moist and beautiful. Make the colour last even longer by applying a Palladio retractable lip liner. These apply better than a pencil but be careful not to twist too much out! They can break quite easily.

Do you need more pop? Do you want a more intense colour? Then try Palladio Lip Stain.

This koki pen lip colour comes in six vibrant shades and does what it says. It lasts. So it may not be ideal for those of you wanting to be able to remove all traces of makeup quickly and easily. Just saying… It also works as a great under coat to make your lipstick last longer. Do be aware that it can dry your lips out.

So, why not try out some new looks and let your lips do the talking!

We are of course always available to give you a personalised tutorial on how to best use these products and of course which colours and products would work best on your skin and colouring. Feel free to check out our services and pricing in the menus above or you can always contact us and we will be happy to supply you with information before you make your booking.

 

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Author: daniellaargento

I am just your average happily married and monogamous semi closeted crossdresser. I am very private and discreet, some may even say shy. My interests include international affairs,current affairs, history, economics, investments, physics, and literature My interest in biology is pretty much limited to sex. Fantasy and science fiction is most enjoyable as is Lee Child. I am a big fan of art house cinema. My musical tastes include punk, new age, heavy metal, classic rock, hard rock, reggae, ska, world music (particularly African contemporary), baroque, medieval, classical, romantic and some country. Opera is best avoided. I play air guitar to beginner level and the fool. I sing in tune at least once in an octave. I am broad minded I love to cook.

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