Six of the best: Autumn Lips
I’m still at it! Digging through my makeup collection and getting some use out of my long forgotten lipsticks. This week I’ve been back on a nude lips kick mainly because they’re so easy to just throw in your handbag and reapply on the go.
Anastasia Liquid Lipstick in Ashton
I mentioned this is my September favourites and I still can’t get enough! It’s probably a bit of a cheat because it isn’t quite a long forgotten lipstick but I can forgive myself because the colour is just so perfect for this time of year.
Burberry Lip Mist in Feather Pink
As you expect from the price tag the formula of this lipstick is beautiful. Similar to Tom Ford but not quite as pigmented. This really is the perfect handbag lipstick, it can be thrown on without a mirror and still look great. I bought this a year or two ago from Melbourne and after trying it wanted to buy one for my mum as I knew she’d love it but I struggled to find the same colour anywhere. I don’t know if that means it is no longer available or maybe limited to Australia.
Estée Lauder Lipstick in Crystal Baby
There isn’t much of this lipstick left and I can see why. This used to be my go to day time lipstick. It is the perfect colour for that “my lips but better” look. So creamy that it is almost glossy and it is unbelievably comfortable to wear.
Tom Ford Lipstick in Spanish Pink
I’ve really gone for the soft pinks this week! If you want a good nude lipstick then you need look no further than Tom Ford. They’re expensive but worth it if it is a colour you’ll wear daily. Spanish pink is my favourite because it looks almost peach and is incredibly flattering. It has a creamy formula that lasts a reasonable amount of time. My favourite of the week.
Rimmel Lasting Finish by Kate Lipstick in 43
Not the catchiest name of the bunch but a great colour none the less. This is like a toned down lipstick version of Ashton. It has the same sort of terracotta undertone to it but a little more fleshy. The only issue with this product is the smell. It isn’t as bad as the other Kate lipsticks by Rimmel but still has that horrible artificial plastic smell. It reminds me of old ladies. Luckily you can’t smell it on your lips, just hold your breath whilst applying!
As ever thank you for taking the time to read. Hope you’re all having a lovely day and maybe even digging through your lipstick collection too!