The latest Lipstick Bandit brief was an unusual one- the feature lipstick was to be chosen by a man in each bloggers’s life.
I chuckled when I heard about it for the first time. When it comes to makeup, my boyfriend is virtually colour blind- according to him, all my lipsticks are either ‘red’ (from my bright orange to deep purple shades), or invisible (anything nude or MLBB). He doesn’t understand why I’m buying more ‘red’ lipsticks when I already own over 70 tubes of ‘practically the same colour’.
So when he had to decide what shade he liked best, I applied one shade after another until he made his decision. I was surprised that he picked Tom Ford Private Blend Lip Color in Cherry Lush (reviewed and swatched originally here), since I never thought this shade suited me well. Interesting! The two runner’s up were Ellis Faas Creamy Lips in L101 ‘Ellis Red‘ and NARS Pure Matte Lipstick in ‘Moscow‘- two of my favourites. I found it really interesting that he hated orange/coral shades on me (even though he still insisted they were ‘red’).
Keep reading after the jump!
MAC Cork eyeshadow
Smashbox single eyeshadow in Champagne to highlight inner corner
MAC Blacktrack Fluidline to line upper lashline
MUFE HD Blush in Walk Of Shame
MAC Bronzing powder in Bronze to contour
Check out the other Lipstick Bandit posts!
Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Jul 22nd, 2013 in Lipstick, Lipstick Bandits | 77381 commentWhat+Men+Want+%28Tom+Ford+Cherry+Lush%29%3A+a+Lipstick+Bandits+Post2013-07-22+12%3A09%3A45myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D7738
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