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REVIEW: Maybelline Baby Lips Electo Pop in Pink Shock & Fierce N Tangy





Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop
Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop

 

REVIEW: Maybelline Baby Lips Electo Pop in Pink Shock & Fierce N Tangy


One skincare product that has been embraced lovingly world over irrespective of the season, country or race is the Maybelline Baby Lips... I know we love it here in India and my friends and relatives who come over from other countries also have a Maybelline Baby Lips tucked in their purses (albeit different versions)... Maybelline sure has created a winner in this little precious piece of skincare product.







Riding on the winning wave, Maybelline this Winter decided to launch a variation in the Baby Lips called Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop! Needless to say its another winner, all thanks to its looks, color payoff, texture and the way it heals and makes one's chapped lips feel better instantly.






Price of Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop:

The colored/pigemented version costs INR 165-/-
The uncolored/transparent version costs INR 135/-



Maybelline Baby Lips Elctro Pop come in various flavours and colors. The ones that I received are called Pink Shock and Fierce N Tangy. Pink Shock is a delightful watermelon flavour and imparts a pretty pink hue to one's lips... The Fierce N Tangy on the other hand is a lemon flavour that is amost colorless (I find a faint yellowish tinge in it though!).




Both the variations are immensely hydrating but I find the colorless one a tad bit more moisturising...
They are very easily available at all drugstore counters and super markets.
Packaging wise they are very attractive with the black shiny rotating case and a transparent cap with bright colored lettering! The whole package feels like good quality.

Overall Rating:
10/10

Recommendation:
I would recommend you to simply go out and get yourself one!

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