Monday, 22 September 2014

review and swacthes: GOSH lip lacquer

It's the last of the lip lacquer posts guys, for now anyway. And it's a good finale. Introducing GOSH's lip lacquer, a little marvel of lippy that punches above its weight. I've got the shade 'lovely lips' which is a gorgeous nude with notes of peach, pink and light brown to make it a warm and flattering shade for a wide range of skin tones. Have a look.

    Isn't it sweet? The range comes in a variety of shades, one of which is called 'crispy lips'. Why, GOSH? They have varying degrees of opacity, some sheer as typical glosses, others much more of liquid lipstick pigmentation, and are housed in darling little glass bottles that look like nail polishes- a clue to the polished and shiny finish they offer. The applicator is a sturdy and fuss free doe foot. So far so good.

Gosh lip lacquer- lovely lips (outlined with lipliner)
       And the formula? It's a winner. Lovely lips is decently pigmented, and applies smoothly and evenly with no shoddy pooling or streakiness. It's super hydrating and stays that way throughout wear, making your pout all squidgy and juicy and kissy wissy. Longevity isn't great, but that's unsurprising given the consistency and finish, and at least the fade is even and natural. I really really dig this. And at £5.99, and often on promotion, I think you will too.

Let me know if you dig or if you dign't x

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