I just wanted to share this great find for Fall 2015. This season, the lips are really going to be about 'berries.' I have a few finds and this one is really great. It is reasonably priced and works well.
The lip product is from Sephora. I really like a GOOD stain. Good stains are those that last all day without having reapply or feeling like it has faded during the day.
This cream lip stain that I found at Sephora meets all of my qualifications and I highly recommend it. The color is #14 (Blackberry Sorbet Cream Lipstain). It's reasonably priced at $14.00 and will last you a long time. All it takes is a little of the wonderful product to cover your lips. Let the stain dry completely (so, say wait a minute or so) and you will be good to go. You want the stain to "set" without moving your lips around so that the color will actually stain the lip. This product is on trend for the fall and it did not disappoint!
Just a heads up. . .please keep in mind that this is a stain. Stains can be a tad bit drying for some wearers. It may take a few minutes to get used to but if you build you coverage slowly, you will be able to determine when you have enough product to create a long wearing stain. Also, I found this stain to be great in regards to all day wear. I could eat and drink without feeling that I needed to retouch my lips several times throughout the day.
It is also important to note that stains are wonderful but your lips have gotta be on point. In other words, if your lips are dry be sure to take care of that before you wear the stain. If you don't, your lips may tell on you. We don't want that! :) So, what I would suggest, regardless of whether your lips are dry or not, be sure to use some sort of protective shield (like lip balm) a few minutes before applying the stain. I like to think of this as being my undergarment for my lips.
If you are looking for something new to spruce up your makeup wardrobe for the upcoming season, give it a try and tell them your makeup artist, Tammy sent ya! :)
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