Don’t kill me but possibly the only reason I want Givenchy Gloss Interdit Vinyl is because it has thee coolest applicator. In a sea of lipglosses I guess you have to be unique right? Formula is important yes but how far can you go to make an innovative lipgloss formula? What hasn’t already been done right? Glossiness, shine, pigment, texture, there isn’t a lot of ways you can make your lipgloss formula stand out.
What you can do though is create interesting packaging and Givenchy Gloss Interdit Vinyl has a whole lot of that. Well, maybe not the outside packaging but whip out the applicator and you’ll find a G shaped sponge tip to apply the gloss one. Nifty right? Even more cool if your first name happens to start with a G because I’m idiotic like that and think it would be cool to have an applicator that sported my initial. Too bad my name begins with an I, makeup world class problems.
I dunno how awkward it would to apply lipgloss with a G shaped sponge though hmmm….
Available in 12 shade selections Gloss Interdit Vinyl is a shiny gloss with medium color coverage that naturally plumps lips up with black rose oil.
Unique applicator all you can grab the new Givenchy Gloss Interdit Vinyl now at neimanmarcus.com.
P.S. Whovians, did you know Class was canceled? I has a sad. I actually really liked it even though it was a bit naff. The reason it was brought to mind was because I watched the Supernatural Wayward Sisters episode and it felt like an episode of Class with those really bad monsters. Most of the monsters in Supernatural have either been played by real humans or CGI and for some reason it felt more “real” like that. But dressing up a bunch of dudes in black and giving them glowing eyes with no face kind of felt like something out of Buffy or Class’s playbook. It didn’t feel very Supernatural-ish to me. I still liked the episode though but I’m not really sold on Claire. Never have been. I find her character annoying. Everyone always hated Jo and felt she was irritating but Claire has her beat by a million miles.
Anyway, that’s my geekery of the day.