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Most moisturising lipsticks recommendations

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SpanielofDoom Sun 02-Nov-14 10:34:52

that's it really. smile

Chottie Sun 02-Nov-14 10:38:57

Following with interest too, as I have really dry lips.

SpanielofDoom Sun 02-Nov-14 10:40:06

Mine are a nightmare, Chottie, it seems that everything dries them out. But they're very pale and I need some colour on them otherwise I look scary.

DaftSkunk Sun 02-Nov-14 10:41:00

Chubby Sticks.

HeyMacWey Sun 02-Nov-14 10:42:41

m.clarins.co.uk/joli-rouge-brilliant-perfect-shine-sheer-lipstick/C050302008.html

This is brilliant. I have v dry lips too. Despite being quite sheer it has quite long lasting colour.

HeyMacWey Sun 02-Nov-14 10:43:58

m.clarins.co.uk/joli-rouge-brilliant-perfect-shine-sheer-lipstick/C050302008.html

Why doesn't it go automatically click on the mobile site?

MrsLettuce Sun 02-Nov-14 10:44:49

The mac lip primer is fab, very moisturizing and helps lipstick 'stick' too. That, gently exfoliating with a soft toothbrush and using some sort of lip balm at night should solve the problem without having to splash out on a load of will-they-won't-they-suit-me / will-they-won't-they-dry-me-out new lippies.

soaccidentprone Sun 02-Nov-14 10:47:00

Pixi lip balms are brilliant

soaccidentprone Sun 02-Nov-14 10:49:13

these

Some of them just add a tiny bit of colour, but others are really strong. I have 3 different ones, and think they are all great.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 02-Nov-14 11:06:39

My DD bought a couple of lip buffers from Lush (one mint, one bubblegum)
They are sugary (messy) so I use in the shower after brushing my teeth. (I do anything potentially messy in the shower)

Similar to a Philosophy lipscrub that I had years ago.

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