Creamy colour: Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Colour Drip Lip Cream
When it comes to beauty lines that I absolutely love, Fenty Beauty ranks highly.
Out of everything I have tried from Fenty, probably around 98 per cent of it I have loved. Because of that, whenever they release new products, I always want to give it a try.
Due to COVID and the use of excessive mask wearing, I usually wouldn’t get this excited about trying out new lip products since the only lip product I basically use anymore is just lip balm. I absolutely love Fenty’s original Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer lip glosses, so when I saw they released a new cream formula, I needed to try them.
The Gloss Bomb Color Drip Lip Cream (C$25) are the brand’s Gloss Bomb formula, but now with creamy colour and shine. These glosses make lips look smoother, shinier, and larger. These apply on the lips with buildable colour and don’t make lips feel sticky. They also feature a peach vanilla fragrance which is really pleasant.
I got two shades from the range, Mauve Wives, a light pink, and Fenty Glow, a universal rose nude (which Fenty says is Rihanna’s fave shade). Although the five colours look a little darker in the bottles, these two applied really beautifully and a little lighter than they look in the packaging.
The brush on these feature the same oversized brush as the original Gloss Bomb, which makes it super simple to apply the colour on your lips. Overall, I really like these and think they are so stunning when applied. The formula is really comfortable and the colour payoff is stunning. I’m not usually a big gloss girl since I hate the feeling of anything sticking on the gloss (such as hair on a windy day), but I don’t mind these since the texture is so soft and moisturizing.
If a sparkling gloss is more your jam, then they do have their original Gloss Bomb available in other shades as well, which I would also love to get my lips on.
Have you tried Fenty Beauty’s Gloss Bombs?
Please note, I received this product from PR. All opinions are my own.
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