Rimmel Dazzling Duchess Moisture Renew Lipstick Collection

Rimmel Dazzling Duchess Moisture Renew Lipstick Collection

Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick is being promoted in a new Dazzling Duchess Collection featuring Berries, Pinks, and Nudes for Fall 2013. I’m unsure what makes these Moisture Renew Lipsticks any different from the original formula aside from the new shades.

Take a peek!

Shades include:

  • To Nude or Not to Nude
  • Piccadilly Pink
  • Back to Fuchsia
  • As You Want Victoria
  • Coral Garden
  • Let’s Get Naked

Some of the Moisture Renew Lipstick range is on sale at a variety of drugstores so I found it curious they are introducing new shades for Fall 2013 as it seemed like perhaps they were discontinuing it.

I located this display at Harmons and picked Coral Garden for myself which is more dusky rose than Coral…but it looked great none the less.

  • 6/17/13 19:49 Dina:

    I actually love the moisture renew lipsticks, but I just can’t stand how they smell.


  • 6/17/13 20:39 Eraser:

    Coral Garden was my impulse purchase of the day, but I haven’t tried it yet. It looks like a gorgeous color that anyone could wear, although I’m not seeing the “coral” part – it’s kind of a rich rosy shade in the tube.


  • 6/17/13 21:19 Clio:

    Can’t wait to see swatches! The only one of these purple packaged lipsticks I ever tried was “Nude Delight,” and it was the most disgusting colour I’ve ever put on my face ever. The horrendous colour put me off the line entirely, which admittedly isn’t fair. I love the Kate Moss mattes. If these colours are nice, I’d be willing to try it again.


    • 7/19/13 13:37 Louise:

      Clio, I hate Nude Delight too! I gave the line another try and I have to say, I LOVE “Let’s Get Naked.” It’s a gorgeous pinky nude with some coral thrown in. A must have!


  • 6/22/13 0:15 Rebecca:

    My guess is they’re bringing in new shades and will discontinue others. I was looking at this line today and didn’t want many of the current shades, but I do want several from this display.


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