Our Lip Cheek shades are versatile for all Skin tones.
I love it
Surprise use for blushes. Using pink, plum, dusty rose as eyeshadow. Sheer to deep. My stack is all I need now. Just adding mascara & brows.
I love the lip and cheek as I prefer a pretty natural look. Just a few dabs on my cheeks does what I need and I love that it is multi-use! I add a little extra left on my finger after applying to my cheeks onto my eyelids for some very subtle definition, and then add to my lips—either light for a very natural look or more for something bolder. I have both the dusty rose and the mauve. Both are gorgeous.
Love this creamy formula.. will buy again!
I have three cheek/lip creams. My new favorite is Plum. I was afraid it would be too dark but it’s buildable. Sometimes I use a sheer coat but I find myself using a dark lip. It’s a gorgeous color! You can mix it with Red for a unique color.
Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil: A skin-conditioning base
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride:Used as a non-greasy skin softener
Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax: helps provide a protective, moisture barrier.
Lanolin: gives the skin a glossy, soft, smooth appearance.
Cetyl Acetate: Skin conditioning mix
Mineral Oil: Protects and smooths the skin
Ozokerite: Refines the product consistency
Acetylated Lanolin Alcohol:Smooths the skin
Beeswax: Binds all of the ingredients together
Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax: Prevents melting
Lanolin Alcohol: gives the skin a glossy, smooth appearance.
Shea Butter:Skin Softening
Soybean Oil: Antioxidant for the skin
Avocado Oil: Not just used to cook with, this promotes skin moisture
Jojoba Seed Oil: Mimics our own oils, used to promote moisture
Vitamin E: Fat-Soluble antioxidant
Grape Seed Oil:Like many ingredients on this list, this one is used to soften the skin
Phenoxyethanol: Protects from bacteria growth
Caprylyl Glycol: A softening agent
Ethylhexylglycerin: Skin conditioning
Hexylene Glycol: binds the ingredients together
+/- Titanium Dioxide: absorbs UV light for skin-protecting.
Iron Oxide: a technical term for pigment