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CRY FOR HELP: I wanna do Lippies NOW!

 I have always been an "eye girl" but now am kinda getting drawn towards lippies as well... I guess I am growing up ;)

Well I wanna start with light pinks, nudes and corals... Dunno which ones should I go for though :'(

Any suggestions ladies??? Help me out here!


  1. I would recommend Maybelline. The moisture extreme range has some lovely light pinks - chestnut, toffee cream, buff. And the new range has some really nice light pinks & nudes. Not sure of corals, I don't wear them.

  2. Hmm, Try the maybelline color sensational- great for first timers- if yr looking for a nude and yr my skin tone then 'Totally Toffee' is a nice nude..avourite lipstick to pair with smokey eyes

  3. Hey girls... Awesome!! both you recommended Maybelline!!! :D Am so going and getting something from both of the ranges... though i went i got myself a Maybelline Wet Shine in B24 :) Silly that they have alpha numeric codes and no names :P

  4. try maybelline colorsensational n moisture extreme next tym..

  5. moisture extreme??? wow! sounds extremely tempting Bhumika.... I'll get that the next time for sure :D Thankoooooo :)

  6. I like the watershine lippies as well. It really annoys me when shades have numbers. Feels likes they haven't made enough of an effort to come up with nice names.

  7. lol! well said poohkie :) though next on my list are color sensational lippies.. everyone just keeps saying nice things about them :)


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