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Sunday, 14 February 2016

Crack down on Rimmel London Provocalips 16hr Kiss Proof Lip Color...

Gigi Hadid in 700 Skinny Dipping
My name is Alice,
And I have these obsessions...

About a week ago, I bought two of these 16hr Kiss Proof Lip Colours, one in 500 Kiss Me You Fool and another in 700 Skinny Dipping, and I have been ultimately amazed.


So how do they work? These products have two ends: one is an intense colour and the other is a clear gloss Lock & Shine formula. You apply the colour to your lips, wait for it to dry and apply the gloss for it to hold for up to 16hr.

Candice Swanepoel in 500 Kiss Me You Fool
These surprised me, I thought they would be amazing and they are, but you have to get the application just right or otherwise it is all downhill from the word go. You have to apply the perfect amount of Intense Colour, which for me seems to be the tiniest little bit, and wait five minutes give or take before applying the Lock & Shine side. Both of the colours I purchased are super vibrant and really do hold for a very long time. The first time I used the Skinny Dipping nude shade, I added wayy too much of the colour to my lips and an hour later my lips looked wrinkled and as if they were hardcore chapped. After learning my lesson, I used the Kiss Me You Fool red shade at a party and it lasted about five or six hours before I went inside removed and reapplied it.


Rimmel have a total of seven shades in this product including: Dare to Pink, I'll Call You, Little Minx, Kiss Me You Fool, Play With Fire, Make Your Move and Skinny Dipping. After having a second intense look at these in the chemist again, I am thinking about going back and buying I'll Call You because it is a gorgeous colour and if it lasts as well as these ones do, I won't regret it.

My name is Alice,
And I have these obsessions...