Saturday, 14 February 2015

Favourite Every Day Lipsticks At The Moment

For an everyday lip colour I usually like to keep it very simple, most days its probably a tinted lip balm but recently I've been getting into using lipsticks which are very wearable and subtle. The Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Ultra Lipsticks are exactly that. We both own the shade Tulip and Coral which are just perfect when it comes to everyday wear, giving a natural look.

The formula of these lipsticks are definitely a winner in my case as they have the hydrating factor going on which makes it so much more moisturising and comfortable to wear, especially during the chilly weather we have been having lately which has been leaving my lips so dry.

These lipsticks contain key ingredients which give the look of more fuller plumped lips also reducing appearance of lines on the lips. The finish isn't completely matt or glossy either but more of a slight satin radiant finish which helps to give the impression of not so dry/crusty lips (perfect for me in my case!).

 Coral at the top, Tulip at the bottom

Tulip is a really pretty pink shade - not too bright or too nude, but more in the middle which makes it so wearable on a daily basis for those of you who want to go quite subtle on the lips. My favourite has to be the shade Coral. It is such a lovely peachy colour again not too bright or too orange but a very pinky peachy shade which is my go-to lipstick at the moment!

When is comes to packaging, Elizabeth Arden have got it spot on. The sleek gold bullet just makes it so luxurious to carry around, making it feel that extra bit special.

What is your favourite everyday lipstick?

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  1. Tulip looks great- I love super-pink shades x
    Laura | A Life With Frills

  2. I love the looks of Tulip- it's such a pretty pink!

    She Likes to Shop

  3. Tulip looks so pretty!

  4. Pretty shades!

    Annie |

  5. Crusty lips can be an acute condition, which resolves after a few days, or it can also be a chronic condition and a symptom of more serious underlying more at