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NYX butter lipstick ripe berry

Hey lovelies,
I have recently made a discovery on the lipstick front that I thought only right to share with you, now NYX lip colour isn't a new thing in the bloggersphere everyone has been going on about the soft matte lip creams for ages and pretty much everyone owns at least one, but I dunno bout you but I hadn't heard much about NYX Butter lipsticks, on a recent trip to boots when for once the NYX stand was not swarming with teenage girls looking to part with there Saturday job wages,  I actually got to have a good look and that's when I fell a little bit in love with these gorgeous lipsticks. As the name suggests the formula is buttery soft feeling like a lip balm rather then a lipstick, yet the colour pay off is good the shade I chose Ripe berry is stunning and perfect for an Autumnal makeup look.

This shade is perfect for an everyday berry lip as its not to dark and in your face but is defo a nod to the berry look so many of us like to rock come Autumn/Winter. For a none matte lipstick the staying power is pretty good lasting a good few hours even surviving drinking but defo needs reapplying after eating, but I don't mind that especially as the formula is so lovely to apply.

On my next visit to Boots I will defo be picking up more shades from this range.

Have you tried the NYX butter lipsticks?

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1 comment

  1. What a lovely colour, it sounds lovely too. Gemma x


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