Vitamin E and Inglot’s smoothing and repairing complex smooths, moisturizes and repairs the lips while biomimetric peptide stimulates collagen synthesis giving a 3D ultra shiny gloss effect.
This is just what I was looking for. This highly pigmented lip paint is BEAUTIFUL as an all-over lip color, but I purchased it mainly as a highlight color for some of my darker purple lipsticks. It's not lavender or lilac, its a soft purple with just the right amount of pink to it, so that it doesn't lean blue. Just perfect! The price is great, the product size is standard, it is not terribly sticky or shiny, and has a slight fruity scent.
I still have big lips, even though I am middle-aged, and they are very pale which can make me look sickly. I tend to wear a lot of goopy, nude glosses because when you get older, bright colors can be tricky and my lips are always dry. But I love this berry shade, I also got number 61, which is a terra-cotta, for summer. These are lightweight, fairly pigmented glosses, you can apply with your finger or a brush. You can do a light glazing or a pretty pigmented application. I use lip fusion as a primer, the white non-colored one, which really fills in and plums up the cracks and my lips without that weird stinging burning that most lip plumper's have. Then a swipe of this and it makes my lips full and pretty without being electrifyingly shiny. Love these things!
I bought it twice. Once as a lip pan to go in my palette and again as the lip paint. (._. ) Lip paint is easy to carry around and a bit more pigmented. Perfect for winter! Nice smooth feel and great smell. Don't judge.
I have this lip paint in 3 shades: 52, 65, and 68. I love all of them very much, but I'd be lying if I didn't say that 65 is my most loved of them all. That's completely a shade thing, and not because of any kind of variation of the formula. 65 for me is just the perfect dark pink-brown for an everyday look. I have struggled long and hard to find a perfect 'nude' for me that doesn't wash me out (I have a medium olive skin tone, so you can imagine how hard that was), and the moment i slapped this on, I was charmed. Because it comes in a pot, I'd say you should use a lip brush if you're nervous about germs, but I'm definitely too lazy for that and I just use clean fingers. The perks of using your fingers is that you will feel the incredible texture of this lip paint. It is thick, creamy and just wonderfully melty. Your finger will sink into the pot, and when it comes out, the most beautiful pigmented color will come out. As a total lip product afficionado, I have tried hundreds of formulas, and this definitely ranks very close to the top. On normal lips, this probably feels great, but on my perpetually parched smackers, they feel absolutely divine. So smoothing, so moisturizing, and because of the semi-glossy sheen it imparts (the amount of gloss will completely be dependent on how much you put on), your lips just look plumper too. One downside to such a moisturizing, comfortable formula though, is that it doesn't last very long. If I hold still and stop trying to eat and drink everything I see, this can last up to around 4 hours. Once anything touches your mouth though, be prepared to reapply. The silver lining to this, however, is that despite its pigmentation, it won't leave that ugly lipliner-esque stain on your lips as it wears out (you know what I'm talking about). Instead, it gently and evenly disappears from your lips, like all good non-longlasting lip products should. I have already bought a backup from Beautylish of my favorite shade (which is 65 in case you forgot), and I know I will likely need more backups in the future!
Inglot's lip paint is just lovely. It's not 'sticky' but glides on. The color can be used alone or used as an enhancement to your favorite lipstick. It also smells like cherries...divine! I also purchased shade 55 and I'm equally fond of this shade. Will definately be purchasing other colors.