|Rimmel's Moisture Renew Lipsticks|
As you shop for some new fall cosmetics, I recommend you look into Rimmel London's Moisture Renew Lipstick line that I just finished testing. I was sent eight tubes of exciting shades to share with you.
The Moisture Renew line is a sheerer formulation and not as heavily pigmented as Rimmel London's Kate Moss Lasting Finish Lipsticks that I recently reviewed. These lipsticks glide on with that comfortable creamy feel of a moisturizing lip butter only with a beautiful array of less intense color, which I also adored for my makeup routine.
Starting from the left in my above photo, you see #520 Violet Pop (a darker toned down magneta); #420 Crystal Mauve, (a striking plum-pink); #240 Latino, (a gleaming medium natural pink); #840 Burgundy Shine, (a flattering brown-plum); #235 Pink Star, (a flirty light pink); #820 Cherrylicious, (a berry-plum) #645 Dusty Rose, (a gorgeous neutral pink-brown) and #380 Vintage Pink (a lovely pink-plum).
These colors do look darker in the tubes than they will on your lips so keep that in mind. Here are the shades that I modeled for you.
|The next one below is #249 Latino.|
|Take a look at #380 Vintage Pink.|
|This is #420 Crystal Mauve.|
|Here is #820 Cherrylicious.|
|What do you think of #645 Dusty Rose?|
|Last, I want to show you #520 Violet Pop.|
|Here are swatches for you. Starting near my wrist and going down my arm is #520 Violet Pop, #420 Crystal Mauve, #240 Latino, #840 Burgundy Shine, #235 Pink Star, #820 Cherrylicious, #645 Dusty Rose, and #380 Vintage Pink.|
These Moisture Renew lipsticks lasted about four hours without needing to reapply. Honestly, I love this line and want to check out more. I suggest picking some up for yourself because you'll be happy with the colors, feel, and low price!
*Disclaimer: This is my own honest opinion. Products were provided to facilitate this review.*