Monday, July 20, 2015

Review: NEW Rimmel London’s Keep Calm and Lip Balms (040 Rose Blush, 030 Berry Blush) + Swatches!

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**
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Rimmel's Berry Blush Keep Calm and Lip Balm is one the left with Rose Blush on the right.


Rimmel London recently launched a new line of lip products with their Keep Calm and Lip Balms to heal and color dry lips.  According to the company’s clinical study, the formula contains long-wearing moisturizing oils capable of increasing lip moisture by 22 percent, which sounded fantastic to me.  


I received 040 Rose Blush and 030 Berry Blush out of the five to review.  The color is very sheer, especially the Rose Blush, being a whisper of peach-pink.  The Berry has slightly more of a pink-mauve tint to it.


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Rose Blush is on the left and Berry Blush is on the right.

Unlike the flat heads most lip balms have, these products are easier to maneuver since they are shaped like lipsticks.  Once I applied, my lips received light hydration that in about two hours sunk into my lips.  Of course, you may have better luck.  However, this is how the product performed on my lips.

Have you tried Keep Calm and Lip Balm from Rimmel London yet?  These retail for $2.50 each.  You can learn more at Rimmel London.

*Disclaimer:  Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

2 comments:

Mary Songer said...

I like the cost and I like the shear colors. I'm glad you showed them on your skin because I'm much more likely to buy them now. They look much brighter and darker in the tube and I wouldn't have tried them.

Mary Balandiat (Nuts 4 Stuff) said...

Hi,

I'm glad to help.