I know I gave an excellent rating to Sony CP Curvy Lip Gloss 501 Nude in my earlier review earlier and I still think that product rocks. So I thought I wanted to try another from the range and I picked Sony CP Curvy Lip Gloss 505 Milky Pink.
I was trying to order some new products from Burt’s Bees when I remembered that I still have an almost brand new Rasin Lip Shimmer in my drawer which was only used once.
Unfortunately, even though I’m very fond of Burt’s Bees products, I cannot say the same for their lip shimmers. Like their original lip balm, the lip shimmers are made from natural ingredients like vitamin E, coconut plus sunflower oils to moisturize and highlight the lips, and actually come in eleven yummy shades.
In fact, since the last time I wrote about their Beewax Lip Balm, I’ve grown fonder of that lip balm by the day. While it isn’t very moisturising, it really keeps my lips hydrated as long as I do not wipe, wash or eat it off.
So today, I went back to Dargon Dors Cosmetics (Kim Leng Store) at People’s Park Complex with the intention of buying their Honey Lip Balm tube.
Instead of the usual tube, I got the tin instead because I like the size and the novelty. But perhaps that’s a mistake because I later found the application a tad difficult because this stuff isn’t exactly rich. And gosh, it left quite a tingling sensation on my lips because of its peppermint content.
Remember my last entry on Lots of lippy fun at My Lip Stuff? I’m delighted to report that I’ve very pleased with the six naturally flavoured lip balms I’ve tried and will not hesitate to recommend this to anyone who is into pampering their lips. These lip balms are truly irresistable!
The texture of each My Lip Stuff lip balm is just right with moisture-packed natural butters, oils and beewax ingredients. I would put it slightly above The Body Shop Vitamin E Lip Care SPF 15 and Neutrogena Lip Moisturizer SPF 15 which I love. No heavy waxy feeling and works great with my lipstick.