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Instant, light, natural lip perfection from Clarins


I'm a huge fan of rocking a bold lip, however when somethings so easy to apply and makes my lips look bigger with a hint of colour, that aren't too sticky like a regular lipgloss; I'm sold. The Clarins Instant Light Natural Lip perfectors have been around for a while and are pretty good with adding shades to their range and aren't your regular lipgloss boasting to make your lips look plump and moisturised.  

They look good on their own as a light wash of colour or on top of a lipstick or pencil. Easy to apply they're a perfect addition to your handbag beauty kit. As much as we all love a matte lip (Mac Ruby Woo being a solid favourite of mine) sometimes, when we know were going to be eating, and can't be bothered with the faff something sheer and fuss free is the answer. 

My newest addition is #8 plum shimmer which has really tickled my lip fancy and stand out from the range as being the only dark berry colour they sell. A few times I've applied it over the top of Mac Beet lip pencil which looks fabulous. 

If you're like me and not a real fan of the standard lipgloss look you used to sport on the regular as a young teen then please give these a go as they'll change you lip routine forever. You'll always have one in your bag and swear by them. Have fun picking a shade as they're all beautiful!

xoxo

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