I will not deny that I definitely have a thing for lipstick, nor will I deny that a sudden love for anything rose gold has sprung on me also…
I’m pretty sure my mother owned one of the Estée Lauder Signature lipsticks when I was a child as I can’t get the image of one placed gently in her handbag or atop of her vanity out of my mind since I purchased this. I must’ve seen it somewhere because the sight of the gorgeous packaging had me a little too excited to get my hands on one of these. I haven’t seen these lipsticks thrown around as the YSL ones have, nor have I really taken too much notice of the lipsticks at the Estée Lauder Counter, but I’m sure glad I finally did.
Introduce my new baby, the Signature Hydra Lustre Lipstick (let me say its from Estée Lauder one more time, please) in all of it’s classic gorgeousness.
Estée Lauder is one of my favourite brands (and pretty much as high end as they go in this little town) and I know that I have eye’d up a few EL products in my mothers collection which definitely makes this a family matter, so I just had to make the purchase, right?
I think I may have a new
obsession collection on my hands as I would love to see a row of these darlings on my make up table, the one I have chosen was one suggested to me by The Lady at the Estée Lauder counter and it was love at first sight. The classic, vintage, bright red shade- number 35 in Rich Red, and that it is. The perfect red for winter, nights out or rocking a classic chic number in summer, not too dark for warm weather but just red enough for the christmas festivities and winter.
This applies super smooth and, just like the name says-it’s ultra hydrating with a gorgeous lustre finish. Buildable, long-lasting, extremely wearable, I don’t think I’ll ever be without this in my collection- and I already have my eye on Dune Rose and Spiced Coral (Oh gosh No, my bank balance, but don’t those names just hook you in?).
I can just imagine how Audrey-esque pulling this out in public would be… If I haven’t swayed you, I guess you’re a lost cause, but for good measure- you need this.