July 24, 2017

Lipstick Queen Black Lace Rabbit Blush for Fall 2017

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If you’re a fan of Black Lace Rabbit you’ll be happy that Lipstick Queen Black Lace Rabbit Blush has arrived! Black Lace Rabbit Lipstick is a sheer black shade with gorgeous gold shimmer that could be worn alone, under, or over your favorite lipstick shades.

And now it’s available in a blush! This black blush will surprise you as it isn’t black at all! As soon as it hits skin it morphs into a sheer berry shade and has a candlelit gold glow finish.

I know black blush seems terribly intimidating but I think it is going to look fabulous! The berry should be beautiful for Fall looks.

Lipstick Queen Black Lace Rabbit Blush is available now at Ulta.com for $25.


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  • kjh

    This could do wonders as a topper for those pinks and corals I deselect. Maybe over the 5 depotted orgasms I never use… s.t. I use old Nyx Taupe ( the one like Sephora tranquility) for that purpose, and like the effect. This one has shimmer, too. Would have preferred silver, but… Always liked Poppy King’s work and career. Who wouldn’t love an initial lipstick range called seven deadly sins?