Thought you’d had enough of the whole “lipstick in a crayon” format? Don’t pass judgement too quickly, as there are some new bad boys in town, and they’re worth more than a passing glance. In fact, I’d go as far as saying you might find you love them as much (maybe more) than your current lip crayons.

Bourjois may have come a little late to the “drawing-on-your-lips” party, but they’ve made the wait worthwhile. Four colours in total (although I’m sure they’ll release more), they are perfect for keeping a little hint of summer on your lips. Glossy, without any stickiness, a lightweight balm-like texture that really is feather-like on the lips, a succinct yet perfect set of colours and long-wearing without drying out the lips. And if that’s not enough to float your boat, the addition of the SPF15 along with the twist-up design should seal the deal. No wasted sharpenings here.

Red Sunrise
Fuchsia Libre
Peach on the Beach
Orange Punch
Lovers of peachy corals, reds and bright and baby pinks will love these colours – I’m particularly fond of Red Sunrise and Peach on the Beach, but I know these will all get worn to bits!
At a purse-friendly £7.99 they’re a no brainer, especially when those lovely folk over at Boots throw a 3-for-2 at us. Go on, go and get one… once you get one of these beauties on your lips, you’ll be back for the other shades.



    • September 16, 2013 / 11:13 pm

      Oh that’s so annoying! Maybe back in stock now?

  1. September 3, 2013 / 11:00 am

    Saw these is store recently and I loved them x

  2. September 3, 2013 / 7:05 pm

    OH! I like these quick easy application is what I LIKE. Fab colours too I think i can get away wearing them all but I quite like Red Sunrise, its the island girl that I am :0)

    • September 16, 2013 / 11:14 pm

      Anything to keep the summer sun with us!

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