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Our Indian market is overflowing with #BudgetLipsticks and almost under every brand except Colorbar and L'Oreal. When I say budget, I look no farther than where scale says Rs.300 or slightly above. IBein a no-lipstick girl, I became a little cautious of investing my money on lipsticks . I am more of a lip-balm person and it was very important for me to see if I was comfortable and I was, because these lipsticks are non-sticky, sort of matte yet creamy and looked fabulous on me. When I wanted to add an edge, which happens rarely, I just built it up and ta-da!!
My naturally darkened lips around the lines amke me pay extra attention on them. If my lip-skin peels or I see dry and grey skin after applying a lip-product; I know it has to be the culprit because I keep these on my lips for long enough to maintain or damage the good condition. Talking about damage on lip-skin, Lakme 352 (red) and 145 (orange) behaved really well with my lips.
Market Update - Lakme Enrich Satin lipsticks now come in a different transparent packaging. Sadly, I couldn't find the shade 145 that I am in love with. It's a never ending love because it looks so lovely on my skin tone and I can't forget the compliments!!
But you sure can check out other available shades at nykaa.com that I buy my makeup from!!
These 300 rupee lipstick shades promise to flatter everyone!!
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