Summer just begs for bright bold colors, and where better to rock a bold color than your lips? A beautiful bold lipstick paired with a clean fresh face, a bit of bronzer and long full lashes is all you need to look gorgeous for the summer season. Orange is one of the hottest color trends this summer, and if you are unsure if you should jump on this trend bandwagon, why not invest in a budget-friendly orange lipstick? One that we love (no matter what the price) comes from e.l.f. and is only $3! e.l.f. Moisturizing Lipstick in Orange Dream is just that — a dream.
The velvety, satin texture glides on lips with vibrant color and luminous shine. Enriched with Shea and Vitamins A, C, & E to nourish and hydrate the lips. The rich, creamy formula seals in moisture for long-lasting wear and comfort.
Why it’s a must-have:
First of all, this orange lipstick is a true orange that looks the same in the tube as it does on your lips. It probably even looks a bit better on your lips because of how moist and shiny it is. One concern with a moisturizing lipstick is that it will be sheer and not full of pigment, but that’s not the case with e.l.f. Orange Dream. It packs a wallop of pigment while keeping your lips moist.
The wear time for moisturizing lipsticks can vary too. It seems like the more moi9sture they contain, the shorter the life on your lips. But again, that’s not the case with Orange Dream. It lasts for hours without touch up. And, it’s the perfect color to rock with your oversized sunnies for a day at the beach!
I’d have to say that e.l.f Moisturizing Lipsticks (I’ve tried a few) are comparable to others that cost 7 to 10 times as much!
Pro: Great pigment, moisturizing, long-wearing
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings — for inexpensive packaging, the color is shown on the bottom of the tube!
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Shea and Vitamins A, C, & E
Cruelty Free: Yes
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