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Good moisturising lipstick

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WhatTimeIsItCuckoo · 19/01/2017 11:32

Hi all

Looking for recommendations for a good moisturising lipstick as my lips are becoming quite dry. Don't mind paying for the higher end brands if need be but all suggestions welcome! TIA

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Itsalldramarama · 19/01/2017 13:04

I've just bought a few revlon super lustrous ones, lovely texture and non drying to replace the ghastly maybeline 14 hour ones I bought that are the most drying ones I ever used .. total waste !! And really cheap on Amazon :))

WhatTimeIsItCuckoo · 19/01/2017 13:25

Thank you! Are they the matte or non-matte? Looks like the matte may be a bit drying....

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Mcmcmcmc · 19/01/2017 13:32

If you are ok with a sheer (but still noticeable) colour, you could try:
Burt's Bees tinted lip balm (Hibiscus is th most pigmented one, the others might be too sheer)
Korres lip balm, either in stick form (Rose is a sheer red, and Purple is a rosy MLBB shade) or in a pot (the red and pink ones are quite pigmented)
Fresh lip balms (most are quite pigmented)

For more pigmented, actual lipstick options:
Burt's Bees lipstick (if you can get hold of them - as far as I know they are only sold in the US, which is a shame because they are brilliant)
Suqqu (expensive but super moisturising)
Chanel stylo lipsticks (texture similar to Suqqu)
Revlon lip butters
Lipstick Queen saint

HeyMacWey · 19/01/2017 14:17

Clarins Jolie rouge brilliant shine are lovely and moisturising. They are sheer but quite long lasting considering.
I really suffer with dry lips and these are the only ones that don't make them fall apart.

I also use berts bees pomegranate balm to help them heal.

Itsalldramarama · 19/01/2017 14:55

Not matt :)

Itsalldramarama · 19/01/2017 15:00

Try again
www.google.co.uk/search?q=revlon+super+lustrous+lipstick+sandalwood+beige&client=safari&sa=X&hl=en-gb&biw=320&bih=460&tbs=vw:g,mr:1,vrs:Qh0KCAiknTwgpZ08CggIpJ08IKmdPDIHRjk4Njc4OA%3D%3D,cat:528983,pdtr0:986715%7C986762,pdtr1:986802%7C986803,pdtr2:986788%7C986793,init_ar:SgZKBAjXpCBKClIICNucPCCKnTxKClIICLKdPCCznTw%3D&tbm=shop&prmd=ivn&srpd=15344709533591327459&prds=epd:360251127600834368,paur:ClkAsKraXwELWOpl5eL13kIlG4IO3zYZ2i05T1ZY20M4qtM2mI--kNXoirNUdiWu7dg7uyWFbQoAPrDUAmB7tmE6CSOpvv7rpklZuOWdGvKSj_YbKYfRX58mRxIZAFPVH70Wn_qHK7SMBg1jinbqPhS7Bk2ZNQ,cdl:1,cid:18171577618439632974&ved=0ahUKEwibiZGTvM7RAhVLJsAKHSfgAvoQgTYIaw

FrustratedFrugal · 19/01/2017 15:04

I love Yves Rocher Grand Rouges. Perhaps my favorite lipstick formula atm, luscious on my lips and they leave a rich and pretty stain after repeated meals. (I have quite a few Chanel, Nars, Armani, Kiko and Max Factor lipsticks as well and all of them are pretty good as well but Yves Rocher is the best.)

WhatTimeIsItCuckoo · 19/01/2017 15:10

Thanks all, plenty to look at here! :))

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slug · 19/01/2017 15:15

I've been rocking the NARS Velvet Lip Glide range at the moment. Moisturising with surprising staying power

Leviticus · 19/01/2017 15:55

YY to Clarins.

BusterGonad · 20/01/2017 04:57

Revlon lip butters tend to irritate my lips, I don't find them moisturizing at all!

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