Tuesday, 25 March 2014

MAKE UP: red lips


A classic make-up look that never goes out of fashion.. The red lip.
I generally don't ever leave the house without a bit of colour on my lips, and the majority of the time, it's red! Here I've put together a little post on the products I use to get the perfect red lips.

My mum gave me the L'Oréal Paris Perfection Colour Riche Lipstick that she got for free from a magazine deal but didn't want it, and it's ended up being one of my most used lipsticks out of my little collection. I am not one for buying a lot of make-up so I have to say I haven't tried and tested a wide variety of lipsticks, but this is definitely one I would recommend. The colour comes out very rich and pigmented and its easy to apply, plus I love the casing and how L'O'real engrave their logo onto the lipstick - lovely touch! 
The second product I use if I want to go for a slightly more glamorous, glossy look is Bourjois Effect 3D Lipgloss - again this was a lucky freebie with a gift pack I got for christmas. It's good for plumping up the lips and creating an overall shine and glossy look as well as adding a bit of extra colour. 

What do you think of this look?
What products do you use to achieve the red lip?



  1. I got the 3D lipgloss in a Christmas pack - probably the same one. I'm not a huge fan of gloss but I do really like this one!

    xxx | daisydaisyxxo

  2. I've not tried this from L'Oréal, but I love the colour. It's looks great on you. At the moment, for reds, I have been using Yves Rocher, e.l.f., and Dior.

  3. I love red lipstick, but I tend to favour a slightly darker vampy red because I'm not brave enough to pull off such a bright red like this! It really suits you, though :)

    S xo.


  4. wow you look stunning, love a good red lip!
    I also adore you blog, its great!

    BlueViolet Hearts


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