January 3, 2008

Stila Cherry Crush

I happened to plop this in my cart when shopping for Benefit Throb powder.

Meet Cherry Crush, a brand new lip and cheek stain from Stila:

I’m always on the lip and cheek stain bandwagon and this would be no exception as it looks pretty great. Expect a review shortly when I get mine but for now I will say it’s looking rather nice!

It’s $24 which is a bit much but I’m hoping this turns into the perfect natural red flush for my lips and cheeks!

Want it?
I know I do! Can’t wait to get my hands on it!

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  • MandyPandy

    I bought something similar from Modelco a while back and TBH, I was impressed; the pigment clung to the driest (outer part of my lips) and failed to stain the inner part. Will that stop me from running out an buying this one? I think we both know the answer to that. 😉

  • Irene

    I have Cherry Crush, and it’s AMAZING. And according to my source at stila, there very well may be different versions of the “Crush” stain. Don’t quote me though! 😉

  • the Muse

    Hey Miss Mandy!

    I adore cheek and lips stains 🙂 I normally use gloss over it so I don’t get those scary crusties around my mouth 😉

    LOL! Hopefully this is better than the Modelco one!

  • the Muse

    Hi Irene

    Happy New Year! I owe you a few emails. I’m slowly, crawlingly slowly getting to my inbox! Apologies!

    ooooo interesting! Can’t wait to see 😉

    Thanks for the tip off!