Monday, 29 December 2014

An Unseasonal Topshop Lipstick Purchase


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 I am well aware that summer is a quite a long way off however today I took a nosey around the new Topshop that opened up in Brighton recently and spotted their iconic 'Infrared' lipstick. Now I know that this is 100% a shade for summer and that I wont get much use out of it over the next couple of months however I couldn't resist picking it up! 

The shade itself is what I would call an 'explosive' orange i.e. very bright! The formula as with all Topshop lipsticks is really easy to work with, highly pigmented, not drying and has a long lasting power (I've only wore it for a couple of hours since I got home but it has made it through a cup of tea, some pitta bread and houmous with no smudging and minimal fading - whoop!) Also the packaging is super cute which is always a winner for me :)

On a completely separate but still summery note - I'm looking to book a week away in the sun for my birthday in April and wondered if any of you could recommend any nice places to go? Nothing too fancy or expensive; just somewhere hot with a white sandy beach, swimming pool and a little town nearby to potter about in...?

Anyhoo I hope you guys enjoyed reading this post and let me know if there are any other Topshop lipsticks I should try out? - Apart from 'Brighton Rock' which is one I already have and highly recommend if you are in to bright pinks :)

Jade x


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  1. I have Infrared to and it's gorgeous, no matter what time of year I wear it, it will still look brill and seasonal! Even though it's bright, it doesn't show off that much when I apply it to the lips! Certainly one of my favourites! :)

    Yasmina
    thejulyjournal.blogspot.com
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    1. I wore it out yesterday and I really liked it a lot so I think it's more versatile than I first thought. Thank you for reading and commenting sweet :) xx

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