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REVIEW: Maybelline Colorsensational Jewels Lipstick in ♥ Pink Tourmaline ♥

Maybelline as a brand I feel is very tuned to India (though there is no excuse for launching the color tattoos and baby lips one year late) but the lippy shades and the eye palettes that it does launch in India are very flattering to our skin tones. In the same tune, they launched their Jewels Range just before the festivities started... Dussehra, Diwali and then the extravagant Indian Wedding season...

The lippy that I shall be talking about and hence reviewing today is Pink Tourmaline from the Colorsensational Jewels range. It is pink, it is frosted and it is festive! Now before you go away thinking to yourself "Ewww I don't wear frosted lippies that too in Pink", might I add that I myself never wear frosted lippies but this wonder here has made me see frosted lippies in a brand new light altogether :) It has an understated frost and it doesn't look OTT and definitely doesn't make you look like an actress from the 90s ;) If you know what I mean :P

It is a beautiful shade and super flattering. How does Maybelline come up with such shades is quite a riddle for me!

Like it's older colorsensational counterparts, this is also super moisturising, non-drying and very well pigmented... The packaging is super pretty and the quantity you get for the price is just so awesome and budget friendly :) It's staying power (on me) is almost 6 hours with 3 cups of coffee, 1 bowl of cornflakes and 4 bourbon biscuits... Yup I counted whatever I ate just for you guys ;)

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Oooohhsss And Aaaahhhsss!!!
1. The shade is flattering to the core!
2. The packaging is beautiful
3. It has an understated frost, which isn't jarring or 90s.
4. It is super moisturising.
5. Doesn't dry my lips.
6. Good pigmentation.
7. Doesn't cause any irritation/itching/flaking
8. Pocket friendly price.

1. Nothing really except the fact that people wary of frosted lipstick shades might not find it very appealing!

It costs INR 350/-

I would definitely! Actually, I mught just try other shades from this range too ;)

Would I Recommend?
If you have a light or medium skin tone then you should surely go for it especially if you are looking for a festive Pink lip shade. Darker toned girls might find the shade a bit jarring on them.

Overall Rating

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  1. Nice shade and look so pretty on you.:)
    I have not tried Maybelline Jewel range.

    1. oooh thank you Niesha ♥
      you could sure give lippies from this collection a shot :) Am sure you'll find a shade that you'll love :)

  2. very pretty colour:)
    loved ur earrings too :P

    1. hehehhehe am gonna be doing a post about it very soon on the dress up blog ;) so stay tuned babe!

  3. amazing colour. bright and sweet! i love your bangs btw :)

    1. ha ha I too have a teeny tiny crush on my bangs Tara ;)
      and yup the shade is pretty right :) and soo flattering!

  4. lovely pics sam..
    am gonna suggest this shade to my mom.. she is still stuck with browns..

    1. ha ha I know what you mean ;) My mom's the same... whatever shades I buy her, she'll end up applying her age old brown lippies only ;)

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    1. Thank you Tanveer :) how are you doing? Its been a while you visited :)

  6. Rekha KrishnamurthyNovember 20, 2012 at 9:44 PM

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  7. Hey Suma,...
    Thats a pretty shade..!!
    and I always look frward to se your fotds..
    you are cute!!
    ❤I Diva❤

    1. Awww thank you so much Apoorva :) its really sweet of you to say such nice things :*

  8. U luk great n although i don't like frosty lippies this one luks gud on you

    1. Ha ha I know right! I hate frosted lippies myself and so when I received the sample I was like uh ooh... But when I wore it I just fell in love ;)


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