Look’s Gabrielle: Make-up artists like to use lip­stick on the cheeks for a sheen-like flush, which was the in­spi­ra­tion be­hind Top­shop’s Ev­ery­thing Stick. The satin fin­ish was great and not overly shiny, plus the colour was easy to build. An­dria: The tex­ture was a lit­tle thicker than some of the oth­ers so I found it eas­ier to blend with a brush. The colour was quite strong, so ap­ply spar­ingly, but the over­all fin­ish was re­ally nice. Look’s Gabrielle: This was the per­fect for­mula for sum­mer. It was a touch lighter than typ­i­cal creamy cheek colours, but de­spite the sheer fin­ish it still packed plenty of pig­ment. I blended it with a brush for a softer flush. An­dria: This mul­ti­tasker def­i­nitely lasted the long­est. It worked great as a lip balm too and didn’t crease too much on my lids. I just wish it was a lit­tle cheaper.


Look’s Gabrielle: The new­est ad­di­tion to the baby Lips range, this tinted blush and balm is per­fect for cream blush new­bies on the go. The colour was very sheer and left a soft, dewy fin­ish. It smells amaz­ing too. An­dria: This was the eas­i­est to use and went on like a dream. It was great as a lip balm and gave my cheeks a lovely flush. Plus it’s small enough to pop in your purse. Love!

Pure Colour Lip and Cheek Mul­ti­stick in Fuch­sia Fever Baby Lips Balm & Blush in Boom­ing Ruby

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