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Beauty Review – Rimmel London Provocalips. Is it worth your money?

Rimmel London Provocalips Review

Here’s my quick review of Rimmel London Provocalips in shade 500 Kiss Me You Fool and swatch. Is it worth your money?

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Beauty Review – Rimmel London Provocalips – Is it worth your money?

Rimmel London Provocalips 16 Hours Kiss Proof Lips Colour in the shade: 500 Kiss Me you Fool is a very bright, deep red colour lipstick.

It has very long staying formula and highly pigmented. It is in a very thick liquid cream formulation. Giving your lips a full on look, making that Angelina Jolie lips copy cat.

Rimmel London Provocalips is very sleek on lips and sets on very quick. I suggest using a lip liner to define shape of your lips first before applying this as it sets on very quick. And then let it dry before applying on the lock shine applicator to give your lips a dewy, shining boost! It is a two in one pen with the liquid lipstick on one side and the lock shine applicator on the other end. It is in a cutie pen tube that is so girly and lightweight to carry.

Rimmel London Provocalips comes in 11 shades to choose from and priced at £6.99 available at Boots, Superdrug and online.

Longevity of this product is pretty good making it last for long day. Use a good old wet wipe to scrub off the colour as it gets harder to wipe it off. I find this product OK. It doesn’t break or smudge and personally, I feel it is heavy and compact on my lips. For me, this is a good lippie to wear on parties instead of daily wear.

Which drugstore liquid lipstick brand do you swear  by is worth your money?

Have you tried the Rimmel London Provocalips?

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