I am in Bangalore at the moment and it is raining heavily over you and therefore I have been very irregular in writing my posts. Today I am going to review Oriflame The one Color Unlimited Lipstick Absolute Blush.
It comes in an inky blue cardboard packaging. I loved the overall look of the lipstick.
Price of Oriflame The ONE Color Unlimited Lipstick Absolute Blush: INR 499 for 1.7g
The Oriflame The One Color Unlimited Lipstick Absolute Blush has a moisture rich formula. I love how it glides on the lips with absolute ease. But you have to be very careful though I almost managed to spoil the shape of mine. Absolute Blush is a nice bright pink colour and one the first application it is almost as light as a tinted lip balm. In the swatch that you see, I have applied it on my lips twice. If you like a darker shade then you would have to go for three to four applications.
The colour lasted for about 3 hours for me post which I had to reapply it lightly. What I loved about this lipstick was the fact that it did not dry out my lips. Usually before applying any lipstick I have to apply a coat of lip balm but seeing that Oriflame The One Color Unlimited lipstick is enriched with essential oils, I opted not to.
I think you can easily pair this lipstick with a formal outfit though you may want to reapply and go for a darker tone if you want to pair it with casual clothes.
Hydrates my lips
Colour is versatile and can be paired with anything
Love the packaging
Not for those with pigmented lips
Lasts for about three hours and needs reapplication throughout the day
My final verdict
Do invest in this product if you are looking for an affordable lipstick that keeps your lips hydrated.
Khushboo is an award-winning travel blogger and content creator from India who believes in the power of storytelling. She loves gushing about the new things she experiences as she travels across the globe.
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