Monday, 21 April 2014

Rimmel London Lasting Finish Colour Rush Balms Review

Posted by Olivia Jayne at 00:00
Hey guys! 
So for a while I've been wanting one of these crayon type lipsticks and my Mum bought one for me when she was out shopping. She got me the Rimmel London Lasting Finish Colour Rush Balm so today I'm going to be reviewing them.



So these lip crayons are extremely creamy, hydrating and moisturising as well as being super pigmented and I love that about them. They have the consistency of a lip balm but the colour is very vivid which is great. The fact that the crayon is pointed at the end is great too because it makes for an easy application. Also, the bottom of the crayon is twistable so once it runs out you can keep twisting it to get more product which is great. They also last all day which is a major plus for me.



These crayons both taste and smell delicious, a lot like cupcakes and vanilla. They are my favourite scented makeup that I have got, I love that about them.

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What it claims:
1. Lightweight long lasting intense colour and moisture
2. Intensely smooth lasting balm that is comfortable to wear all day
3. Colour rush for hours in 7 high voltage shades.

4. Dermatological tested

I think this product is very lightweight and does last and has intense colour so I agree with this.

I have two colours: a pink which is called 100 Give Me A Cuddle and a darker red colour called 120 All You Need Is Pink however these are available in 10 shades, mostly pink toned. The colour selection is good and I really like the fact that each balm has a number and a name to make them easier to find. The colour can be sheer with just one swipe but you can build it up to be more vivid.

 

These lip balms are available in most places that sell makeup as they are just Rimmel. They cost £5.99 in the UK which I think is a reasonable price as they do last a long time and are a great product. 

xoxo PinkCupcake xoxo



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