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    SurrattLipslique ParamourA thoroughly modern lip formula, Surratt’s Lipslique is lip colour for the woman who’s afraid of daring, matte lip looks – or doesn’t have the time to commit to precision application of an opaque shade. Sheer, creamy and convenient, all 18 hues – from ‘Nu De Soleil’ (subtle, ‘your lips but better’) to ‘Peccadille’ (translucent plum) – are enriched with lip-nourishing ingredients and glide on from the bullet with no need for lip-lining or blotting. Please note: the colour is twist-up only and does NOT retract, so twist with caution...SUR003 Paramour6170376606354 stars, based on3 reviews 32.00Cult BeautyNew

    Surratt
    Lipslique
    ( 0.05oz )

    £32.00
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    • Why it's Cult
      A juicy, lightweight formula for lipstick-phobics, Surratt’s Lipslique has a sheer-to-medium finish and a spectrum of wearable shades to veil lips with long-wear (but non-drying) pigment. The creamy texture lends a subtle dewy lustre – creating the impression of enhanced lip volume – while the slimline angled bullet permits easy, fuss-free application.
    • Description
      A thoroughly modern lip formula, Surratt’s Lipslique is lip colour for the woman who’s afraid of daring, matte lip looks – or doesn’t have the time to commit to precision application of an opaque shade. Sheer, creamy and convenient, all 18 hues – from ‘Nu De Soleil’ (subtle, ‘your lips but better’) to ‘Peccadille’ (translucent plum) – are enriched with lip-nourishing ingredients and glide on from the bullet with no need for lip-lining or blotting. Please note: the colour is twist-up only and does NOT retract, so twist with caution...
    • How to use
      Apply to lips straight from the bullet. Layer to intensify the colour payoff. The mechanism is propel only and does NOT retract, so twist with caution.
    • Full ingredients list
      Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Diisostearyl Malate, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Polyethylene, Phytosteryl / Isostearyl / Cetyl / Stearyl / Behenyl Dimer Dilinoleate, Triethylhexanoin, Ceresin, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Aluminum Hydroxide, Tocopherol, Simethicone, BHT, Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Red 7 (CI 15850), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Blue 1 Lake (CI 42090), Mica (CI 77019), Yellow 5 Lake (CI 19140)
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    Surratt - Lipslique

    Surratt Lipslique Reviews

    Lovely
    Really enjoyed the lovely texture. I am using Lipslique after a brief flirtation with liquid lipstick so it's a very welcome change. It's lovely and creamy without being heavy. They are very wearable and I have been using them as a daytime/work staple. My one negative is the colours are slightly different than pictured. I purchased 'Paramour' and 'Hevyn' and they are both more brown toned than I was expecting. It's definitely not a problem but just a heads up to those who really don't like brown tones!
    Chuchoter - Your Lips But Better
    As a stubborn fan of Mac Lipsticks in Blankety and Modesty, I purchased the shade 'Chuchoter' on a bit of whim - but from the moment I applied this balmy, hydrating nude hue, I was sold - and when my lips remained moisturised and perfectly 'blush' hours later - I knew I had found my holy grail nude lipstick. The perfect fleshy pink, I know this is going to compliment any make up look, whether minimal or dramatic. Think 'your lips but better'. I can safely say this is going to be a staple in my every day make up bag... and I haven't even owned it for 24 hours. IN. LOVE. *4 stars - only because you can't retract the lipstick if you twist it all the way up!
    Colours different from website
    I am a huge fan of Kevin Aucoin so was excited about this rate from his protegé. I am sure that these are great but didn't want to try them as the colours I ordered (Bandy and Ladybug) looked different - the former looked browner rather than the 'perfect warm rose' promised, and the latter looked.....well just different. It's a shame but think I will need to find a counter where I can try these on. I think 'Eglantine' would have been a better choice!

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