Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Balm are a part of the new Summer Romantics Summer 2011 Collection. If you enjoyed MAC Tendertones or L’Oreal HIP Jelly Balm you might find these new balms an interesting pick for Summer.
The display doesn’t say anything about the product being limited edition however the shades included with the collection may very well be. I can’t confirm.
The packaging and the actual product was a big draw for me, you’ll see why in a minute.
Let’s take a look!
It’s Strawberry Shortcake’s 30th Anniversary and as you know Cake Beauty has introduced Strawberry’s very own collection to celebrate.
Today I’ll be reviewing the Cake Beauty Strawberry Shortcake Lip Butter.
Let’s take a look!
Imma love me some funky cool packaging!
Rain Cosmetics has this brilliant little RainDrop All Natural Lip Therapy that comes housed in a tear drop (or rain drop if you will) shaped packaging. My inner kid is running around getting all excited about the packaging.
And dude, it kinda tastes like car air freshener….but in a good way. Is that weird? ’67 Impala air freshener smell. My cousin had a Monte Carlo when I was growing up aka pimp mobile. And all I can remember about that car (I was probably five at the time or so) is the fact that it smelled like coconuts and had some major Playboy accessories going on like lock buttons with the Playboy Bunny on them….wow….
I dunno what happened but he’s bald now with three beautiful children whom I adore, I guess the Playboy angle didn’t work out.
Warning: There are minor references and fan girl moments after the jump that bring Rain into the discussion. And not the kind that comes from nature.
Being an avid collector of Asian cosmetics I can honestly say that I probably have enough fruit shaped makeup products that should the zombie plague happen, I can depend on these products as my fresh produce.
Seriously, I’m going to start making fruit baskets for friends with this stuff.
Gawd, I can’t take the cuteness! Tony Moly Mini Berry Lip Balms are shaped like tiny little blueberries and cherries, see the appeal?