I've had a fairly disappointing experience with the Rouge Pur Couture Vernis A Levre (or glossy lip stain) previously, but I HAD to have this one, a cool raspberry, this shade is completely up my alley.
You can see the slightly blue undertones around the edges there. When the gloss is in place, it's a rather hot pink shade, but very rich. Unlike my previous GLS-experience, this one actually does leave a stain behind:
This can actually last a day or so after application, I've noticed. Here's how it looks after approximately five hours wear which involved cocktails, and tiny sandwiches:
It does have a tendency to feather a little after a few hours, I've noticed, which is annoying, but it is a super-lovely shade ...
I do love YSL mascara's, but one of my main bug-bears with them is that they dry out too quickly. I had to stop using Faux Cils as I was finding a tube only lasted about a month or so. However, the Babydoll mascara formula is a massive improvement over that, and my initial tube lasted three months before I noticed it was clogging slightly. I like the compact, short-bristled brush, and the very black formula. Here's how it looks on the lashes:
|Yes, my eyes ARE different colours, thanks|
You can see it has a significant lengthening and curling effect, and I love it for not being cloggy, even after applying a couple of coats. I have noticed (with the second tube, but not the first for some reason), that you can get smudges after a long while in wear, which is slightly annoying, but it's not the end of the world.
Whilst it's not a particularly unique shade, I do have to say that I really like the new YSL brushes, which are wide enough almost to cover my entire (tiny) nail in one stroke.
Anything caught your eye recently?
The Fine Print: Mascara was initially a press sample, but all products featured in this article were purchased myself.
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