Models Own Festival Lipstick Collection

One Year On: Model’s Own Festival Lipsticks Review

Hello

Yes I have been hoarding these lipsticks for almost a year now, ever since I won them in a competition. I never had the intentions of swatching them for you back then but since I’ve started adding beauty products into my blog I though ‘why not? I already swatched the nail polishes’ (here), which I only just recently learnt they glow in the dark! Anyway, the lipsticks are a collection of bright popping summer colours with colourful packaging to match.

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Daisy Chain 

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This is a really pale baby pink that does absolutely nothing for me. I couldn’t get a good application and really isn’t meant for pale skin. Maybe on someone more tanned it would look but for me it’s a definite no go.

Gone Glamping

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A bright fuchsia pink that applies nice and creamy. I think it kinda suits me, as pinks go.

Main Stage

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Another bright popping hot pink, slightly darker than Gone Glamping, which is also lovely and opaque on application.

Headliner

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Although this looks like a peachy red in the tube it comes out a pink toned red on my lips, which wasn’t what I was expecting, but it’s good all the same. I feel the colour pay off wasn’t as good with this one as the two pinks.

Sunrise

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An orange toned peach, another colour that surprised me because I didn’t think it would suit me at all but I kind of think I can pull it off. It probably does look better on people that aren’t as pale as me though.

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Okay, so I’m not a fan of the cardboard packing, it makes them feel cheaper than they are and it’s kinda hard to get the lids back on and I definitely won’t be using Daisy Chain – ever – but overall this collection is great for summer and if I went to festivals (which I don’t) I could see myself wearing these bright lip colours. Application is good for most and  they have a creme finish, even though they look matte when untouched in the tubes. I can’t say much about how they last because I haven’t actually worn any of them yet but I can get a feel that they won’t be too bad.

You can still buy these from Model’s Own and Superdrug for £4.99 – a pretty decent price.

C x

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