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Fruity lipsticks

fashion-and-trends Updated: Mar 14, 2013 19:21 IST
Shweta Mehta
Shweta Mehta
Hindustan Times
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Pros: For their Rs 100 price tag, they are great for any college-goer’s bag. They’re compact, taste like bubble gum and come in bright shades — our favourites being Coral Romance and Candy Kiss.
Cons: They aren’t very long-lasting and leave the lips very dry. After a while, you just want to wipe them off your lips. The colour is translucent, so you need to apply
several coats to get the desired shade. Some of the colours don’t look the same on your lips as the shade of the product, which may be misleading.

Pros: We love the shades of this lipstick — especially Cinnamon and Luscious Blush. It’s very smooth to apply, and imparts great colour to the lips. At its price — Rs 339 — it’s a great buy.
Cons: It isn’t as hydrating as the advertisements claim. The pomegranate flavour isn’t very evident either.

Pros: The product is sleek and well-packaged. There’s a great range of colours, from light to dark. Even a single coat lasts for a good part of the day. They’re
also bursting with fruit flavours that are yummy. We recommend the Clover and Mauve shades that should look good with most skin tones. At Rs 398, it’s
reasonably priced too.
Cons: It takes the word ‘shine’ a little too literally. This one is shinier than the most lustrous lip-gloss you could own. At times, we found ourselves blotting our lips to mattify the colour.