Friday, 13 July 2012

Barry M Lip Paint no 62/Vibrant Pink - Review

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This was an impulse purchase, I suddenly realised I had a load of Boots points to spend so decided to get this. I hadn't actually tried a Barry M lipstick before and I'm really impressed with the results.
Firstly the colour is amazing. The shade I bought is literally the brightest pink I own. It's pinker than a pink thing that went to pink university and got a first in being pink. It's pretty much the ultimate barbie pink.
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For fans of the neon trend this is your perfect lipstick. If you lard it on, this is the kind of result you get:
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Okay so I cranked the brightness up on this using picasa cos my camera is shite, but it is literally this colour in real life. Absolutely gorge. And as for its staying power, I wore it during dinner and the only wearing I could see was on the innermost part of the lip, and it was so unnoticeable that the camera couldn't capture it.
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(please excuse shoddy editing, trying to learn how to use GIMP) 
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I bough this lippy on holiday, and if I wore it during the day I patted it on gently and then rubbed in with a finger for a subtle, lip stain like effect.
Overall I'm uber impressed with this lipstick. It doesn't fade to leave that unattractive 'I'm just wearing lipliner' look either. Have you guys tried any Barry M lipsticks? xx
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5 comments

Sadie said...

Love the colour of this lipstick! :) xx

Imogen said...

Wow. It truly is the most gorgeous shade of pink ever. I wish I had this colour lipstick. It's so in right now.

CathJones said...

I have that mirror from habitat too!
x

Joanna said...

What a gorgeous lipstick! I have actually been looking for that kind of shade for a while now! So glad I happened across your blog :) xx

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