The Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primer review week has finally come to an end. This was an amazing experience and a lot of fun for me. I really enjoyed reviewing these gorgeous lipsticks and I hope that my reviews were equally interesting and useful for you!
Today I decided to write an overview post for you summarizing all my thoughts about the new lipstick range by the brand. If you’ve seen the Sunday Makeup News you know that Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primer has a very lightweight formula, that combines intense colour with a moisturizing primer.
The range consists of 16 new lipsticks of quite flattering and wearable shades and I was able to show you 7 of them: Nude, Bare, Beige, Melon, Sweet, Fab and Plum Pop colors.
All these lipsticks have very similar characteristics. I have to admit that the formula is very lightweight, creamy and silky soft. The application of all the shades showed above is easy, the lipstick glides on smoothly and the color distributes very evenly for the majority of shades.
The wear time is shorter for nude colors with about four to five hours with no fading and is an hour or two longer for deeper shades. Some lipsticks have a little bit of shimmer that translates into beautiful pearly sheen on the lips. But the rest have very creamy texture with no glitter and the finish is just glossy that turns into velvet over time.
I have to say once again – I am impressed with the quality of the lipsticks, with the wear time and the smoothing effect these lipsticks have on my lips. The shades in the collection are nice and wearable and you can also easily find brighter and deeper shades to your liking. But lighter shades are gorgeous and would look stunning on many different skin tones. These lipsticks are absolutely perfect for summer because they are very, very lightweight and feel like a balm on the lips.
If you have any questions about the Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primer lipsticks – feel free to leave them in the comments down below!
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