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Lioele Crystal Balm Lip Lacquer is a hybrid formula lipstain, gloss, and balm all in one that launched in Korea in four different shades. I was delighted with the Welcos Killing Me Zombie Crazy Gloss Lip Tint I recently picked up and I’m happy to report back that the Lioele Crystal Balm Lip Lacquer is along the same lines in terms of pigment, formula, texture, and wear!
Let’s have a look see!
I am in love with Welcos Killing Me Zombie Crazy Gloss Lip Tint! You need, need, need it! This cute little gift set includes includes mini a Crazy Watery Lip Tint and a Crazy Gloss Lip Tint (full size)! Ok, sure, you probably want it because of the cute little Zombie girl gracing the packaging but believe me you should buy it because the formula POPS!
As Mel B would say, it’s OFF THE CHAIN!
EOS Visibly Soft Lip Balm Sphere is a newly launched, reformulated Lip Balm Sphere available in two shades for Fall 2014.
I was quite curious about the new EOS formula since I already love and use the old version. Of course, the older formula isn’t terribly hydrating but it’s enough moisture that it leaves lips pleasantly softened through the wear.
Let’s have a look!
Etude House Ice Tint Balm is one of those cute lip balms I like to have laying around because I’m too darn lazy to retouch up my lipstick and gloss as the day progresses.
Ever have those moments where a slick of tinted lip balm is the only thing you have time for? I know the feeling well.
Etude House Ice Tint Balm isn’t a traditional tinted lip balm though….!
Sephora Kiss Me Balm ($8) is an absolute must have if you love EOS Lip Spheres and always wished they were tinted. I purchased these cute little Kiss Me Balms not expecting much but was blown away at how hydrating and pigmented they are.
You need one (or all of) them!