Now we are going to look at my little lip collection from Scott Barnes.
I have two of the lip liners, two flossy glossy’s (lip glosses) and three lip slicks that are in pots.
Let’s start with the lip slicks! These are medium thick textured, pigmented lip glosses with a rich gloss effect. I LOVE these. Instant sex bomb. I don’t like and have never liked lip products in a pot though – not very hygienic and I don’t have time for lip brushes but I’ll make an exception for these products.
All the the lip slicks are really pretty, wearable colours. There are some darker shades that would look great on darker skinned ladies too.
Priceless is a brown toned colour which looks like a honey on me (these are my back ups, hence they are untouched!):
Satisfied is warmer in tone and more of a pink. Its quite pigmented and a very pretty shade for the lips:
Provocative is probably my favourite of the bunch – its a neutral pink-beige:
The thing about the lip slicks is that they are also very long lasting (for a gloss). They are a little sticky, not too uncomfortable though and stay put where sheer glosses have long wiped away.
Flossy Glossy are the products in a tube – once again madly pigmented. I have two, a bronze gold and a hot pink:
Being so pigmented, its not one you can just throw on but they are still gorgeous, flattering and different from most of the glosses in my collection. I like the fact that they are quite bold and don’t pretend to be anything else!
The lip pencils are more like gloss sticks that the traditional drier texture of a pencil. I have one in brown and pink – both could easily be used as a lip gloss on their own.
Despite being a glossy texture they are really pigmented as you can see from just a quick swatch. Versatile babies, these, I’d highly recommend them al over the lip too or with one of the other products on top.
Once again, you can buy these from StrawberryNet. I paid anything form £8 – £12 for each product (I block it out these days). I would recommend the lip slicks throughly, followed by the pencils but really, the whole lot is really nice.