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|From left to right is Rimmel Provocalips Playing With Fire, Kiss Fatal, and ending with Heart Breaker.|
I love long-wearing lip colors as much as the next woman, but you have to admit they can be a bit drying. However, Rimmel London came out this Spring 2015 with their Provocalips 16 Hour Kiss Proof Lip Color and I needed to see if this new line lived up to its claims. I was sent several to review in 750 Heart Breaker (brick red), 550 Playing With Fire (true neutral red), and 230 Kiss Fatal (mauve-plum).
This is a two-step lip product with one clear gloss side and the other with the lip color. When I first pulled out the lip color with its doe-foot applicator, it was a bit thinner consistency that reminded me of a liquid lipstick.
|Rimmel London Provocalips Lip Color in Heart Breaker|
The product went on smoothly and dried fairly quickly. You do need to give it a minute to set before turning that tube upside down and using that clear coat of gloss. This is what kept my lips feeling comfortable and moist instead of dry as this type of stain product can be.
|Rimmel London Provocalips the clear side of Playing With Fire|
|Rimmel London Provocalips Lip Color in Kiss Fatal|
|Rimmel London Provocalips Playing With Fire|
Do look for Rimmel London's Provocalips 16 Hour Kiss Proof Lip Color because it is something want to have in your beauty stash.