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Herworld (Singapore) - - BEAUTY -

Matte liq­uid lip­sticks may be all the rage now, but lux­ury Ja­panese beauty brand Cle de Peau Beaute looks set to change the game with its lat­est of­fer­ing. How so? Its new Ra­di­ant Liq­uid Rouge liq­uid lip­stick ($80) is all about high shine. Its for­mula has a cock­tail of oils, pig­ments and mois­tur­is­ing skin­care in­gre­di­ents, and it glides on like a dream – yes, even on dry, aky lips – to leave your pout look­ing plump and se­ri­ously shiny.

An­other thing I love: once the colour is ap­plied, it stays put and doesn’t budge – not even when you ap­ply mul­ti­ple coats with the soft, ocked wand – so you can achieve a bold, creamy and in­tense nish with ease. While the colour isn’t ex­actly trans­fer-proof, it’s long-last­ing enough to last through a meal, which is pretty im­pres­sive in my books. And when it does fade – af­ter two to three hours of wear – it leaves an even stain, not a patchy one.

There are eight dif­fer­ent hues for you to choose from, with two stand­out ones that are sure to be crowd-pleasers: Lin­gerie, a at­ter­ing pink nude, and Lem­picka Red, a deep scar­let. The lat­ter is named af­ter the in­spi­ra­tion for the lip­pie: 1920s art deco painter and so­cialite Ta­mara de Lem­picka, whose art­work fea­tured femme fa­tale-type sub­jects with ex­pres­sive eyes, sharp fea­tures and (most im­por­tantly) per­fectly painted red pouts. Hon­estly, we couldn’t have picked a bet­ter muse our­selves.

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