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The seven best lip products to land on the beauty desk in February


By Holly O'Neill
28th Feb 2019
The seven best lip products to land on the beauty desk in February

Classic shades, hydrating formulas and limited editions – these new season lip launches will put an (ahem) spring in your step.

Bourjois Rouge Fableux, €7 each

Bourjois Rouge Fableux give long-wearing intense colour in one stroke that lasts up to 10 hours and is available in every colour your want for spring, from cerise pink to deep plums.

Code 8 AM/PM Tinted Lip Balm Chameleon, €30

New British brand Code 8 are on a mission to bring easy quick-fix products that last with a curated collection of classics. This bare look lip balm changes according to the pH of your skin meaning you’ll always have the right nude for you and is packed with vitamins to repair chapped lips.

Elizabeth Arden March On Lipstick in Pink Punch, €26

Elizabeth Arden are back again this March with another collaboration with Reese Witherspoon for the March On campaign, dedicating all proceeds of the lipstick to UN Women, meaning you get the brightest shade of the season and to advance women’s issues worldwide.


Giorgio Armani Lip Freeze Lip Magnets

There are 12 new dreamy sorbet shades of Giorgio Armani Lip Magnets that are comfortable and weightless on the lips and truly stay hydrating. If you can’t bear a matte lipstick on chapped lips, this is the one for you.


Lancome L’Absolu Mademoiselle Shine Lipstick

Rosy oils make this hydrating balm-lipstick hybrid stay moisturised all day. The formula melts into the skin making the stain truly last.


Laura Mercier Lip Powders

One of the most innovative products of 2019 so far, Laura Mercier Lip Powders are three velvety matte shades with a metallic sheen and a balm base that keeps the lips moisturised. You’re looking at the future of lipstick.


Maybelline Color Sensational

Another hydrator – are you seeing a trend here? – the Mayebelline Colour Sensational come in vibrant reds, neturals and pinks with honey nectar for a moisturising finish at a fantastic price point.

Featured image by @maybelline.