|Lakme Absolute Lip Shimmer in Pink Flash (left)Tropical Shine (centre) Crimson Blink (right)|
|Lakme Absolute Lip Shimmer in Pink Flash (top) Tropical Shine (centre) Crimson Blink (bottom)|
|Lakme Absolute Lip Shimmer in Pink Flash (left) Tropical Shine (centre) Crimson Blink (right)|
Lakme has a new illuminating range out and I have three shimmery lipsticks from this range. These lipsticks are very buttery and soft with flecks of silver and golden shimmer in it. These lipsticks are very 90s like, because of the frosty finish, and I am not the biggest fan of shimmery lipsticks. The shades are pretty pigmented, applies opaque in two swipes. The red and pink are the most pigmented. Since the formula is creamy, the lipstick feathers a lot on the lips. You can also smear the lipstick very easily if you accidently touch your lips while talking or doing anything else, so be careful of random lipstick marks all over your face. These also leave behind a hard to remove glitter residue, so if you've got some on your face, beware of some pesky glitter left behind. These lipsticks also smell heavily of a sweet, strawberry sort of fragrance that lingers even if you wipe them off. Since the lipstick is sitting right under your nose, the sweet smell can get overwhelming. I personally do not like the fragrance.
The shades I have from the Lakme absolute illuminate range are:
Pink Flash: bright fuchsia shade with pinkish-golden glitters.
Tropical Shine: peachy, warm toned golden shade with lots and lots of golden glitters. A very 90s lipstick.
Crimson Blink: a bright red shade, again with lots and lots of golden flecks. The most pigmented of them all. Stained my keyboard as I am typing this.
These are available online for Rs 700.
You can find them here:
Pink Flash: http://amzn.to/1qHE6U3
Tropical Shine: http://amzn.to/1Sz7phE
Crimson Blink: http://amzn.to/22tQEtF
Have you tried these lipsticks? What are your thoughts on it? Talk to me in the comments down below.