Sometimes lipsticks are the finish touch to complete a look. But all the intense colorization and all those ingredients in the lipsticks can damage your lips and dried them. So they need their rest from time to time from the lipsticks and just an appliance of a lip balm for care.
But that same lip balm can be a bit boring. So what better than a great tinted lip balm with some super caring ingredients to apply on your lips.
For this Sleek Week post I’m going to take you thru Sleek’s other lip product, the Pout Polish.
“A tinted lip conditioning balm formulated with natural oils such as Almond Oil, Shea Butter, Avocado Extract and Vitamin A, C and E to help condition the lips and lock in moisture.
It also includes SPF15 to help protect the lips from sun exposure.”
Like it’s said right here above these lip products contains some quite good ingredients for our lips. And beside all those ingredients they also contain SPF15 which protects our luscious lips from the sun’s harmful rays.
And besides all the goodness, they are creamy and taste great -not that I’m eating them, he he-. Good for those kissable evening with the boy-toy.
They come in a round container with a cap and each contains 10! Grams of product. That's a lot of product!
I own 2 of these precious but I took the opportunity last week at the Enchantra’s Sleek Swatched Day to take pictures of the other colors just for you guys.
The only thing that I’m not that much psyched about is the way to apply this. The best way is using a lip brush. Otherwise if you use your fingers they will be all creamy and tinted and you can stain your shirt or skirt or whatever you have on.
To my conclusion these are some great alternative for lipsticks and they are also caring for the lips you just have to figure out what works the best for you for the appliance.
What do you think about these tinted lip balm? Would you buy one or do you already own one? Is it a go or a no? Let me know here below in the comments.
And don’t forget to enter for my Sleek Week Giveaway!
Lots of pouty mouthies and lippies.