Recent launches at the body shop are the new Color Crush Lipsticks and their Camomile Collection. Let’s have a look at these shall we?
The Body Shop Color Crush lipsticks are formulated with crushed pigments and fair trade marula oil, sourced from a Women’s Co-operative in Namibia.
I find these creamy and very comfortable on the lips, although you will need to reapply quite often to keep the colour intensity up (every hour on my lips).
(left to right) Spice Things Up, Red Siren, Innocent Pink
Price: RRP $23.95 AUD
Availability: The Body Shop stores
Innocent Pink is a pale bubble gum pink with medium opacity. It’s a little too pale for me to pull off.
Spice Things Up is a pigmented pearly medium rose mauve. I wasn’t expecting to like it because I don’t generally like pearly/frosty finishes, but this one is super pretty for work.
Red Siren is a full coverage true red. It’s a very easy to wear, creamy weekend red to wear with jeans or a summer dress.
As you may know, I’m a big fan of cleansing oils because they are free from sulphates and soaps- cleansing the skin without stripping it. This one is lovely to use- light weight and smelling like white lilies and camomile. It’s best for days when you’re not wearing too much waterproof makeup.
This is a marvelous makeup remover for the price point! So pleasant to use, and I find that it is very effective on tough to remove eye makeup. I love that it’s alcohol free and ideal for sensitive skin.
note: these products were sent by PR for review purposes. See my editorial policy in the PR tab for more info.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Nov 22nd, 2013 in Reviews, Skincare | 88520 comments. The+Body+Shop+Color+Crush+Lipstick+and+Camomile+Collection2013-11-22+09%3A52%3A19myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D8852
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