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#BEAUTY | First impressions - LIMECRIME liquid listicks





ola my lovely readers ^_^
welcome back again, this time to another beauty post. this is pretty much a first impressions posts too as I have never used any of the LimeCrime products before! exciting I know.
Thanks to a lovely blogger friend of mine Amina who blogs over at www.aliandher.com I got such a bargain on these. ASOS was had 30% off some of their beauty products and these were included in that, Amina brought it to my attention via twitter sooo thank you very much for that :) instead of paying £15 each they was £11 each!


I had such a hard time choosing what colours to go for, I probably researched swatches for a good 40 minutes before I went with SALEM and BUFFY.
Buffy is the nude colour, and tbh I couldn't not pick a nude colour, I feel it is essential to have a nude shade from every brand possible haha

Salem is a deep brown colour, I picked salem because I genuinely haven't got this colour in my lipstick collection and I felt it was missing and I think its a very striking colour. I'm yet to decide whether I can pull it off or not.

They are a matte liquid lipstick and I do love a matte, I haven't worn the colours for the whole day yet so I cant say whether they last a good few hours or not. But I did wear buffy for a bit and it dried quite quickly into the matte formation and didn't seem to be drying at all.

They go on very wet and smoothly and dry fast. I would advise a base underneath especially for the dark colour. I just lined my lips with a brown pencil and then filled it in, just so the natural redness of my lips didn't seep through in the middle as I find with darker colours the bit in the middle of the lips wears away a lot quicker!

I shall link them below if anybody wants to have a browse



have you tried any of Limecrime's products

XOXO


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