LAQA & CO Fat Lip Pencil

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LAQA & CO Fat Lip Pencil

18.00

Why you need it:
An easy to use chubby lip crayon for gorgeous lips.

Why I love it:
Chubby lip pencils are a favorite of mine and are a staple in my kit. This formula is great, like a lipstick’s cooler little sister; less fussy than a lipstick but more grown up than a gloss.  I find the size really convenient and it’s so nice that these twist up so you don’t need a sharpener.  I am constantly giving these to my clients for red carpet events.

 

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Color Options:

Wolfman: opaque baby pink
Such a good pink; not too cool, not too flat.  It adds a sweet innocence to your pout.  Pair it with a bronzy eye and a few coats of mascara for a sweet, sexy look or a grey smokey eye for a more dramatic one.  This pretty pink is a great neutral. Even the biggest vamp likes to be a little virtuous now and then.


Fairyblood: warm peach with shimmery gold
This is a gorgeous soft peach that looks great on lots of skin tones. There isn't a ton of pigment in this color, which is what I like about it; it looks like a natural lip shade but better.  The finish on this is almost matte, but the slight sheen from the gold shimmer gives it life. I am not always a fan of a super lipstick-y texture, so this pencil is right in my wheelhouse.


Ring of Fire: opaque classic red
I love a red lip.  It never ever goes out of style and any one can wear it. I love the versatility of this color; you can dab in on for a bit more of a stain or give it a good swipe for a properly painted pout. The texture is just right, not too matte, not too glossy; the finish just has a little sheen that can be blotted down to more of a stain if that's the way you like it. This color on the lips with just mascara is fresh and cool, or add a bit of black liner to edge it up. Skip the blush and embrace a touch of bronzer to keep the look current.  A red lip instantly makes you feel glamorous and we all need a bit of glamour now and again.


Bossy Boots: soft wine red
Sometimes a wine red can feel little intimidating, like it's just going to be too much lip.  But this wine color is a really wearable, soft version.  It has a touch more warmth than a traditional bordeaux-y lip, and that what makes it interesting for me.  You can make it a subtle look or you can wear it strong, it's up to you and how you apply it.  I love to pair this lip with a strong brow and a touch of a soft pink cheek, mascara and a bronze eyeliner.  

 

 

 

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