Piccadilly Pink by Rimmel is part of the moisture renew lipstick collection, and it is one that I completely adore. It’s infused with vitamin A, C and E, and will keep your lips hydrated and smooth. They aren’t drying whatsoever, and this is coming from someone who has relatively dry lips a lot of the time. It is a gorgeous rose pink shade, perfect for everyday wear and just screams that perfect Spring colour. It’s incredibly easy to wear and you wont need a lip liner to apply. To be honest, I don’t wear a whole lot of bring pink shades as I don’t feel like they suit me, but this one was too gorgeous to pass up when I spotted it. It does have a cooler undertone, but I think it’d look so pretty on all kinds of skin tones.
Nudes are easily my favourite to wear during both the day and night. Notting Hill Nude by Rimmel (if you hadn’t guessed, I’m a huge fan of Rimmel lipsticks) is also part of their moisture renew collection, so you can expect the same kind of results. It’s a very easy to wear daytime nude that always seems to find a spot in my handbag. It feels a bit like a lip balm. I sometimes struggle to find a good nude, especially considering my foundation shades can change from “fair” to “dark bronze” in a matter of a day thanks to fake tan, but this lipstick is one that has stuck with me. It’s the loveliest brown-tone nude with a slight bit of shine!
I’m not sure who came up with the name of this lipstick but I feel like it needs to be rethought? Regardless, Honky Tonk by Australis is not a colour I would ordinarily gravitate towards, which is why it’s strange that it’s become one of my most loved shades! I will admit it’s a colour that is exclusive to springtime in my eyes but it is a gorgeous one in fact. It’s one of those very fun and bright shades I think every girl should have sitting in their collection. Might I add, I wore this to a festival once and received so many lovely compliments. It’s definitely more of a bright coral-pink than barbie pink, which I actually kind of prefer as I find barbie pinks quite unflattering and young. You’ll find it’s very pigmented with a fairly thick texture, but thankfully you wont have it clinging to any dry patches.
Do you have any favourites? What colours do you love for Spring?!