Urban Decay Cosmetics Vice Lipstick Comfort Matte in BACKTALK
Buxom Full-On Lip Cream in DOLLY
Spring is officially here and with it came a blossom of good news for 2Orchids. If you’ve been with us for a while now, you have realized our effort to keep on track with the latest trends in the ever-evolving make-up world. Well, well, well… it looks like we nailed two of the lip products listed by Zoe Report as Spring’s hottest lip colors.
The colors that brought us in tune have the beloved ability to take us from day to night in a season that’s all about celebrating nature and good weather. (Please let us pretend that Spring allergies are not a thing.) Speaking of weather, make sure you check out these blaux portable ac reviews.
We are talking about Buxom Full-On Lip Cream in DOLLY, which is a sultry mauve, and Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Comfort Matte in BACKTALK, which is a mauve nude pink. Considering our long-term affair with lipstick, we are thrilled with the opportunity to report on these products.
The keywords are mauve and nude (but not that nude, more like neutral). It’s the end of an era ruled by soft pink Spring clichés. The mauve lipsticks we propose are a perfect to-go option when you are not in the mood for statement colors.
For no-shimmer lip gloss with a creamy a tingling shine, the Buxom Full-On in Dolly is more than ideal. It simply pumps and refreshes your lips without shimmering. If you ask us, its texture is perfect to layer over lipstick, but remember to keep your eyes on the target: mauve.
Urban Decay’s Vice lipstick is the creamiest matte you’ll find this Spring. The amount of pigment is insane, with a single swipe you will be blooming in color. This creamy formula is loaded with nourishing ingredients. No dragging or skipping, just gentle hugs to your lips. Did we mention we love it’s modernized version of Urban Decay’s original lipstick case?
Both lip products are filled with nourishing ingredients to leave your lips comfortable enough so you can focus on the good life. For now, it’s all about finding the balance between pink (too matchy-matchy) and nude (too blunt, when not ashy!). This Spring, go Mauve!
Editor: Maria Ines Raposo