Monday, May 18, 2015
The new Le Rouge A Porter lipsticks by Givenchy are described as a luxurious lipstick with a sheer finish housed in a slim genuine leather case. Each lipstick retails for $36.00 USD, contains .07 oz of product and are currently available online at Sephora. I purchased 106 Parme Silhouette from the Sephora website. It is described as a pale plummy nude pink lipstick with a slight sheen. I must say compared to the original Givenchy Le Rouge formula these new Le Rouge A Porter lipsticks are more like a lip balm. They hydrate the lips with a semi-sheer wash of buildable color but feel like a balm or a chapstick on the lips. The first few swipes of Parme Silhouette the lipstick applied easily enough but it felt stiff and not very moisturizing. After using the lipstick for about a week it seemed to apply more easily and overall wear time was about three hours.
Make Up For Ever Artist Plexi Gloss comes in a variety of 35 beautiful shades with either sheer or opaque coverage and a pearl or non pearl finish. Each plexi gloss retails for $19.00 USD, contains .19 oz of product and are available in store and online at Sephora.
208P is described as a pearly lilac pink plexi gloss with opaque coverage. It is a nicely pigmented gloss with miniscule flecks of glitter that almost coats the lips in one swipe. Also, just like 206, 208P has a slightly sticky texture which doesn't allow it to wear as evenly on the lips. Wear time for this gloss was about five hours and it did leave behind miniscule glitter flecks on the lips. Overall these are extremely pigmented glosses that are worth the $19 price tag and the vast color selection offers a diverse range for all skin tones.
Make Up For Ever Artist Plexi Gloss comes in a variety of 35 beautiful shades with either a sheer or opaque color coverage and a pearl or non pearl finish. Each plexi gloss retails for $19.00 USD, contains .19 oz of product and are available in store and online at Sephora. I purchased two from this brand and I will be reviewing both on my blog today.
206 is considered a sheer bright pop of pink. It has enough pigment and color to impart a nice pink hue onto my lips. The hooked sponge applicator is a little awkward and takes some getting used to. Once you get the hang of it, it does allow for a nice even application. Although the texture of the plexi gloss is slightly sticky and did not wear quite as smoothly and evenly as I would have liked.
This must-have lip gloss imparts vivid color and stunning shine while being completely comfortable on the lips. Its pigments are packed with Plexi Color Technology to deliver up to five hours of color impact while 360-degree, reflective shine beads maximize shine. The exclusive, artist-designed superflex applicator features a lip-hugging shape that allows for precision and control, and the super-loaded split-tip has a unique contour to sweep on the ideal amount of lip gloss. Available in 35 shades, Artist Plexi-Gloss’s wide array ranges from pearly and non-pearly finishes to sheer and opaque colors.
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