Although I have reverted back to glossy lips for the summer, I just had to review the Huda Beauty lip contour pencils. I was given Bombshell a few months ago, which is a nude-pink and have been wearing it ever since! The texture is buttery-soft but not too soft (although I do keep it in the fridge for a few hours before sharpening it) and the colour pay-off is highly pigmented, I recommend you apply it with natural lighting because I have gone overboard at times and what I like most, it doesn’t ‘gather’, you know when lips get dry which results in that dry layer of product? (I stopped wearing many lipstick brands because of ‘gathering’).
I loved Bombshell SO much, I picked up a red ‘Cheerleader’ and a rouge-noir-blackcurrant aptly called ‘Vixen’. I haven’t tried Cheerleader yet but I have found the formula of Vixen is not as buttery-soft as Bombshell, however the colour is a superb match for most of my dark lipsticks such as Lime Crime’s Wicked, Aromi’s Dark Cherry and Rosewood.
Last time I passed by Sephora, they were completely sold out, however in the UK, I noticed they are available on Cult Beauty for £16.
I really admire Huda and her sisters, they are incredibly naturally beautiful women, both inside and out. They remind me so much of me and my sisters and I believe their closeness and humility is what makes them so successful and loved by everyone and I am happy to say, I am a big fan and shall continue to support their brand.
I was back in London last week and only just got back to Dubai yesterday, so I will take pictures of Cheerleader and Vixen as well as share details on my skincare supplies from Erno Laszlo and Chantecaille.