Labiotte Chateau Wine Lipstick Fitting Is Perfect for Any Vino Fan
If you love a glass of wine— or even two— at the end of a long day, we’ve got a lipstick line that’s ideal for you. The Labiotte Chateau Wine Lipstick Fitting selection is exactly what it sounds like— wine bottle-shaped lipstick which contains actual wine extract. It comes courtesy of Korean beauty brand name Labiotte, which has stellar skin-care in cool packaging, as well. ( Korean products are just always cuter for some reason. ) Each lipstick within the four-piece collection is named after a vino varietal and coloured to match— Cabernet Red (a deep rose), Malbec Burgundy, (a purplish berry), Nebbiolo Red (a cherry red), and Shiraz Red (a more pink-tinted reddish colored. ) The $15 lipstick is a matte formula, however, not at all drying, and comes with a sponge-tip applicator right within the tube to smudge the lipstick around and get that will lived-in, tinted look.
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If lipstick isn’t your thing— or else you simply can’t justify buying another red matte lips product— the brand also offers Wine Lip Tints, that can come in six long-lasting shades and cost $12 every. Or, go for $8 tinted Wine Lip Balm, located in a goblet-shaped container, or even the Wine Melting lipstick, which usually cost $14, and come in eight semi-sheer shades made to mimic the look of actual wine-stained lips. You have a great deal of options. Or, you can focus on your eyes with the brand’s two mascaras in the Wine Collection— one lengthening, and something thickening, infused with nourishing sepivinol, a grape wines extract. Don’t miss the eyeshadow palettes, with fairly neutral shades in both matte and shimmer formulas. The lips colors, however , remain the stars of this boozy elegance collection.
You can score the Labiotte Chateau Wine Lipstick Fitting lipsticks individually at memebox. com , or even peep the full collection over at Labiotte’s U. S. site . Stay tuned to get a full wine lipstick review from us.
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