Sunday, 13 September 2015

"Your Lips, But So Much Better"


If you know me you'll know I am a HUGE fan of Clarins lip products. Obviously when I saw Clarins had revamped the Joli Rouge lipsticks* I knew I needed to try the new formula. The lippies have been rejigged and enriched with moisture making them incredibly soft and smoothing on the lips. 

The collection has a huge range of colours from bright reds to coral orange, but I have to admit the nudes are up there with my faves. These are the ultimate 'your lips but better' shades and complement my lips perfectly. I adore the formula of these, which is more of a lip balm, however the staying power is certainly that of a lipstick.  These are so easy to apply, I can wear them all day without worrying about them drying my lips out or smudging all over my face. 

I'm really, really impressed with the new formula - once again Clarins have pulled it out of the bag. You can find the rest of the shades and more information here.

Do you use Clarins make up?

Katie xx
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  2. I've not used many of Clarins' makeup products, but these look gorgeous! They've certainly done a good job with the packaging, the gold has such a luxurious look to it. I'll definitely be checking this range out as I much prefer my lip products to be comfortable & moisturising. Xx

    Tania | whentaniatalks.com

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  3. These are so pretty, I love the gold packaging! The tea rose one is gorgeous :) xx
    Chasing Belle 23

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  4. I've surprisingly never tried any of the Clarins beauty range but lose lipsticks look amazing especially tender nude and rosy nude!

    www.thebeautybaker.co.uk

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  5. I love nude lipsticks AND Clarins products, so these are 100% up my street :)

    Claire | Stylingo.co.uk | xx

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  6. These lipsticks look gorgeous! The packaging reminds me of Urban Decay!
    Ivy xo
    www.ivyrode.co.uk

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