Lipsticks from the Body Shop

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The Body Shop is a natural beauty and make up company I love so so much, and I have been using lipsticks from the Body Shop for quite a long time, since about 2013 🌸 as noted on the Body Shop webpage, the Body Shop look around the world for high quality and ethically-sourced ingredients to be able to make a range of beauty products inspired by nature.

As noted by the Body Shop, there are a wide range of lip colours and stains. The Body Shop fruity flavoured lip gloss has a sheer and sparkly finish, where as the Colour Crush lipstick range comes in a number of lasting colours, and is dermatologically tested. The Body Shop also has lip liners, and lip and cheek stains to help to ensure a natural look.

Two of the lipsticks from the Body Shop I use quite a lot and really love to use are from the Colour Crush lipstick collection, and come in silver and pink packaging. Both of the colours are quite a natural pink colour, and are lovely to wear both in the daytime and in the evening too.

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One of the lipsticks is the Colour Crush lipstick in no 225, blushing pinkΒ (colour one). The lipstick is a soft, natural pink colour with a long lasting matte finish and feels nourishing and moisturising to use. As noted by the Body Shop, the lipstick is infused with a delicate rose scent, and a key ingredient in the lipstick is Marula Oil, sourced from Namibia.

The second lipstick is the Colour Crush lipstick in no 18, sunset romance (colour two). The lipstick is a beautiful and quite sheer coral pink colour, with a long lasting sheer finish, and also feels conditioning on the lips. As noted by the Body Shop, the lipstick also has a light rose fragrance, and contains Marula Oil sourced from Namibia.

Have you used the Body Shop Colour Crush lipsticks before, or are there any other kinds of natural, organic or eco friendly lipsticks or lip balms you love to use a lot or would recommend?

Sources:Β 

The Body Shop New Zealand (NZ) webpage

http://www.thebodyshop.co.nz

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