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29-04-2014
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Yes the satin lip was the one I tried, not the right colours for me! I did like the texture though, I'll check out the other ones you mentioned! Do you think the chubby sticks and colour sticks are best for dry lips as opposed to lipsticks and glosses? I'll look out for the lip mask that sounds amazing! Not sure where I can get it in the UK but I'll hunt around
i find that i can't wear a lot of lipsticks as they are too drying...
revlon makes good moisturizing ones that come in a zillion colors...
i like glosses but they don't last, which is why the sticks seem to be a happy medium...

i also have to echo la bordélique who mentioned maybelline's baby lips...
i have the dr. rescue formula in soothing sorbet (a bright pink) which is amazing and i love the slightly cooling sensation...

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i find that i can't wear a lot of lipsticks as they are too drying...
revlon makes good moisturizing ones that come in a zillion colors...
i like glosses but they don't last, which is why the sticks seem to be a happy medium...

i also have to echo la bordélique who mentioned maybelline's baby lips...
i have the dr. rescue formula in soothing sorbet (a bright pink) which is amazing and i love the slightly cooling sensation...
Thanks so much for explaining! I'll check those out! I have a few of Maybelline's Baby Lips, I'm addicted

I haven't seen the Dr. Rescue ones here in the UK yet but I'm really excited, they look amazing!

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i'm kinda obsessed with essence glow tinted lip balm. i'm pretty sure i have this in the 'light up' shade.

it's strange cuz it feels very comforting and hydrating like a lip butter but they chose to emphasize the tint/stain aspect more than the hydrating properties, whereas most lip butters i've tried aren't actually all that hydrating!

the staying/staining power is minimal but for a cheap $1 dollar lip product i'm not gonna complain.


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My sister gave me some eos organic lip balms--the shape is a bit awkward, it ends up on the skin around your lips, but it doesn't seem to show or be irritating, so I guess that's fine. So far I like them ...

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Mine is Smith's rosebud salve tin. Not the tube ! The little box.
Dermophil Indien when I am in France. Love the smell.


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for really chapped lips the only thing that helps is blistex lip relief creme, if you dislike the taste i can recommend balmi cube balm!

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I swear by Korres lip butter in Guava. I've tried many others and they either don't work or bother my asthma or both.

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