|Lipstick #295 and the #61 lipliner/crayon.|
|These High Gloss Lip Oils deliver plenty of shine and hydration.|
I got to try all three in this High Gloss Lip Oil ($18) line, which includes a clear, non-scented (01), a pale pink (02), and a light nude (03). These twist up to release the color to the top. The pink and nude have a wonderful cherry scent to their sheer color. In addition, these glosses have an intense vinyl-like shine to help flaunt and genuinely show off your lips subtly for a more natural effect without being tacky.
The other INGLOT lip products that I sampled were the Lipstick #295 ($14) (plum-berry) and a closely matching shade of Soft Precision Lipliner/Crayon #61. The formula with its vitamin E and apricot kernel oil had a creamy feel and glided on its luscious, weightless color. Furthermore, this lipstick looked and felt good for hours. I only had to reapply after eating; otherwise, I think it probably would have hung in there longer.
|Closest to my wrist is #295 Lipstick with the #61 Lipliner/Crayon on the left. The lipliner has just a bit more berry-pink to it.|
To enhance the shape of my lips, the Lipliner/Crayon #61 ($12) worked out well. This pencil spread nicely to smoothly outline and perfect the shape of my lips.
My only complaint that I have is their number system over naming individual shades. Otherwise, their lip products are a great place to start treating your lips to, especially with the High Gloss Lip Oils, lipsticks and lip liners from my experience. Check the INGLOT website out!