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All my makeup life I’ve been a lipgloss girl, enjoying the convenience of it and range of low key colours akin to light pinks, shines and maybe the odd MAC Dazzleglass here and there. In the previous couple of months I’ve been getting braver with my lipglosses and even bought a few MAC Slimshine lipsticks in easy-to-wear colours (review coming soon) but on Tuesday, with the snowy blizard (I kid you not!) in my hair and a lunchbreak to fill, I decided I would puruse the very bold pinks and give it a whirl!
After trying out so many pink lipsticks on my hand that I looked a bit crazed, I settled for 2 from the GOSH range and was very pleased with myself indeed. The top one is GOSH Velvet Touch Lipstick in Tropical Pink number 43 and this retails at £6 and the bottom one is GOSH Soft’N Shine Lip Balm in Barbie number 30 and I think was £7.99.
I bought this because I thought the color was fantastical and it reminded me a little of MAC Show Orchid (obv not the same colour but the same form of wowness if your get my jist ) and really liked the shape of the lipstick- it made applying it across the cupids bow nice and simple. (NB. You may need to excuse my dodgy application on the lower lip, I did not use a mirror- what a mistaker to maker).
I thought the color repay was exceptional and this lipstick’s staying power is pretty impressive. Even after I had taken my makeup off that night, I still had tropically pink stained lips! This colour (and I suspect maybe the whole Velvet Touch range) comes out very matte so if you are searching for understated boldness, this is probably one to try.
My only negative with this product was that’s was rather drying and i feel prefer it made my lips look a bit liney and creased if that makes any sense Also, and this isn’t really a negative of the product, more only a sad fact, this pink had quite a purply undertone to it and after i smiled open mouthed, I was a bit conscious that it made my teeth look slightly yellowy. To avoid this problem in future, I shall be sticking to blue based pinks.
Defo a lipstick for a night out, perhaps with falsh lashes and black eyeliner but not colourful eyes. Very Cheryl Cole.
Now this colour I am in LOVE with. It’s a gorgeous babydoll pink and due to the lipbalmy moisturising element, it looks half way between a lipstick and a lipgloss, which for a lipstick novice similar to my self, is perfecto. I felt like it made my lips look all squishy and sexy and Bardot-esque.
I like this because you can whip one layer on for a very subtle look or build it up a bit for a more striking mouth (ooerr!). This picture is with only one layer because I wanted to be fair to the other lipstick which only got one long blonde curly wig layer too. Although that is Barbie pink, I still felt in a position to wear it in the course of the day (unlike Tropical Pink) and wore it to the office on Thursday.
On a packaging note, this looks Quite a bit like the packaging from the MAC Slimshine range and once i held them together there was literally no difference except one said GOSH and one said MAC. Do you think the same factory made the lipstick tubes I do.
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