You know what I realized just after taking these?
I forgot to put the belt on! [Hard to imagine when else I will ever wear that belt…]
What a shame.
Still, one recognizes Lana Kane, no?
Kind of digging this 60s wig. American Apparel dress, Coach boots. Wearing MAC Velvet Teddy, Tom Ford Shade & Illuminate, itCosmetics CC cream, Charlotte Tilbury powder, MAC prolongwear brow set, Lorac PRO palette on the eyes…a lot of makeup.
Allow me to introduce you to some of the most badass lipstick packaging around (yet still sleek, not studded within an inch of its structural integrity). Givenchy’s Le Rouge line has a gorgeous formula and this packaging, while not gold, is perhaps the next best thing: leather.
Well, faux leather. Look at it! Extremely satisfying to interact with this packaging.
Sam from Pixiwoo was wearing and recommended this shade, Fuschia Irrésistable, in a video about favorite products and it went straight to the wishlist. It’s similar in color to NARS Funny Face (a semi-matte) but brighter and with a relatively glossy finish.
Mmmhmm. Yes. We need that.
It’s light, pigmented, intensely creamy, packed with skincare benefits; it has all the strengths of the latest generation of lipsticks. This kind of creamy-yet-weightless formula is easier and easier to come by these days. Estee Lauder’s new Pure Color Envy line is incredibly creamy, too, and Urban Decay’s Revolution line. Japonesque, YSL, Tom Ford… I don’t care that it is Givenchy—in fact I don’t know a lot about Givenchy—but that many of the designer brands are coming through with stellar formulas cannot be denied.
Finally (over a year later!) picked it up in a recent Sephora promo. You know, because. It is beautiful. If you are wondering how I could possibly need any more lipstick, I am sorry to be the one to tell you: you may be in danger of missing the point entirely.