Both colors are great everyday shades that give lips a nice wash of color. Pink Seashell leans to the warmer pink (almost peachy) side, where Orchid Pink leans cooler. I am kind of loving Orchid Pink with a bronzy eye (Beach Bronze Long-wear cream eyeshadow) and cheeks. I am always surprised how much color you get from these lip shines. These have about as much pigment as a regular lipstick but with more shine. If you don’t own any of the Treatment lip shines you should definitely check them out. The compact small tube packaging makes it’s super easy to take anywhere, from your handbag to even you pants pocket.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Bobbi Brown Miami Collection Treatment Lip Shines
Bobbi Brown released four new shades of Treatment Lip Shines ($23) with the Summer 2012 Miami Collection; Pink Seashell, Orchid Pink, Sunset and Peach Sorbet. I picked up two shades, Pink Seashell – pink nectar (to me, a warm peachy pink) and Orchid Pink – light heather pink (a soft cool pink). The Treatment Lip Shines have a SPF 15 and contain rejuvenating moisturizers such as natural
and Shea Butters, Jojoba, Apricot Kernel and Avocado oils. The formula is llightweight and gives lips soft shine that doubles as a moisturizing treatment. They instantly comforts dry lips and provides long-term hydration. Cocoa