When I think of electrolytes I automatically think of brightly colored sports drinks a la Gatorade. I imagine if you took a big bottle of Gatorade with you when you go spelunking it could lead the way into those dark nooks and crannies.
When I go spelunking I tote along Chanel Brilliant Lip Shine in Pop and Laser, they glow in the dark you see.
All you nail girls must be flipping freaking over the Chanel Les Pop-Up de Chanel Collection for Summer 2010, some quite vibrant shades in the collection eh? The new Chanel Brilliant Lip Shines from the collection are just as gorgeous.
Two shades were released, Laser (407) and Pop (427). Laser is a clear neon fuchsia where as Pop is coral. Both shades apply subtle-like so don’t be scared of the vibrancy you see in the package, it’s all sheer and subtle after application. Best part about ’em in my opinion is the gorgeous just bitten look they bestow on lips. Although for the most part they apply very sheer and nearly transparent they still leave behind a tiny bit of either coral or pink on lips, it’s what my mate Christine would call a “my lips but better type of shade”. Formula wears long but doesn’t sport a tacky or sticky formula just a hydrating, moist finish minus the annoying tack and stick most long wearing glosses sport.
Overall, if you’re more of a natural finish girl or you’re really wanting to rock a bolder eye look this Summer, Chanel Brilliant Lip Shines in Pop and Laser can totally aid your ways.
Or bring ’em on that next caving trip when you’re off playin’ Indiana Jones it’s always rather fashionable to whip out your Chanel gloss to lead the way, at least the Muse likes to think so.
Any of Chanel Les Pop-Up de Chanel Collection on your Summer wishy list?
How you feeling about Pop and Laser?
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Love more on the Chanel Summer 2010 Makeup Collection by stalking it at www.chanel.com or head to your local counter where it should be on sale already!
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