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Review & Swatches: Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist Lip Color

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist - Review and Swatches
Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist Lip Glosses

 

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist Lip Colors in Coral Sunset, Pink Pout and Burgandy Burn


Its always a pleasure for a Beauty Blogger to receive PR samples and if the samples in question are as colorful as these are then its a matter of sheer joy for the blogger to try them and eventually review them... The shades as you can see are simply gorgeous and such fun that one would be crazy to not fall in love with these beauties... I for one sure did! :)


The three shades that I have swatched and am reviewing are: Coral Sunset, Pink Pout and Burgandy Burn...

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist - Review and Swatches

Coral Sunset is more Orange than Coral and for all those Orange loving beauties out there, this is one shade that you would want to have in your stash for sure.
Pink Pout is a bright blue-based pink that would look amazing on lighter skin tones. On medium and darker skin tones it might look a little too Nicki Minaj-ish... If you know what I mean.
Burgandy Burn, now is one shade that is universally flattering and is a plummy pink that is both apt for wearing it during the day as well as at night.

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist - Review and Swatches




Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist - Review and Swatches

Price of Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist Lip Colour

They cost INR 700/-

The Lakme Absolute Gloss Sylists are super glossy lip glosses that are pretty moisturising. they however, transfer like crazy. They do not dry one's lips and don't leave a stain behind.

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist in Burgandy Burn

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist in Pink Pout

Lakme Absolute Gloss Stylist in Coral Sunset

Recommendation:
I love the texture of these glosses and would surely recommend you all to at least one shade from the range a shot :)

**Product provided by PR. My views however are honest and unbiased!





Comments

  1. I love coral and burgundy. Sweety u have such clear skin! :)
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  2. Very pretty shades! Burgandy burn my fav! Nicely clicked pics :)

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    1. Thank you Garima :) ♥ And yup the burgundy one sure is a keeper isn't it :)

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  3. burgundy burn looks gorgeous on you...

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  4. I am loving Burgundy burn !
    good post :)

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  5. lovely shades :)
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  6. I loved the coral sunset shade...... Lovely... And seems highly pigmented also. Check out Maybelline Eye Studio Gel Liner on my website http://crush-on-beauty.com

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