3 June 2015

New Lipsticks From COLLECTION

(China Rose, Tangerine Dream, Taffeta Bloom, Cafe Au Lait, Paper Rose)

With the arrival of summer comes a whole host of new beauty product releases for use to drool over. New makeup launches get me excited the most and today I'm sharing with you the latest lipsticks that have really been floating my boat. 

COLLECTION have treated our pouts to 22 lust-worthy shades. There are 16 gloss and 6 matte finishes - you're guaranteed to find something you'll love. As an avid COLLECTION lover already these new lipsticks are a dream. They feel super-hydrating and don't leave lips dry. The shades I've been trialling are crowd-pleasing, neutral colours. 'Tangerine Dream' is a beautiful coral colour which would look great against tanned skin. 'Cafe Au Lait' is a classic creamy nude shade, whereas 'Taffeta Bloom' is a 90's, Kylie Jenner inspired matte. If you like matte finishes you'll also want to try out 'Paper Rose' - a darkish pink; it's the kind of shade you'd wear in the evening on a beach holiday. My favourite from the line-up has been 'China Rose' - a dark pink-y brown. It's one of those your-lips-but-better shades. I've been reaching for it daily as it offers everything I want from a nude lipstick. There is a hint of brown, a bit of pink and has a slightly glossy 'my lips are naturally this nourished' formula. 

I haven't even mentioned the best thing about these lipsticks yet.The fantastic formula and great colour pay-off doesn't reflect its price point. There are budget-friendly at just £2.99 a pop. So if you're in the mood to treat your lips to something new, you know where to head...

The Lasting Colour Lipsticks* are available in Superdrug from June 3rd and in Boots on June 10th.  


  1. Love nudes. Can't wait to try these.

  2. I picked up two shades, they are lovely and such a bargain :) x


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