Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Giorgio Armani Beauty Lip Magnets


I have some quick flashes of proper makeup porn coming for you this week. First out of the gate is Armani and the Lip Magnet Collection.

I thought it was a twist on the packaging - which is, as always, the best in the business. Sorry everyone else, but it is. Alas no, Lip Magnets are the new matte liquid lipsticks that bind with the lips like a magnet. Ahhh. Got it.

The new lip lusciousness is inspired by two of Giorgio Armani Beauty’s most iconic products: the ultra-thin film of Maestro Fusion Makeup and the intensity of Lip Maestro velvet lip colour. These are extremely finely textured and pretty much weightless. They're non-sticky and feel like you're wearing nothing. Available in 18 shades, they're pretty close to the perfect 'matte', non-drying, colour.


They last up to 8 hours, but are four times thinner than a liquid lip colour. FOUR times thinner. You apply one coat, wait for it to evaporate and intensify, and then reapply if necessary to seal the deal.

Splendiferous.

Giorgio Armani Beauty Lip Magnets are £27.00 and available here: Selfridges/Giorgio Armani Lip Magnets and via Armani online here: www.armanibeauty.co.uk/lip-magnet






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10 comments:

  1. They look gorgeous, but the whole range looks very similar in colour. Stunning little tubes though and amazing packaging xxx

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    1. They're very different - maybe the photograph doesn't catch it!

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  2. Interested in the idea of it being a thin formula!
    A little off topic but will you be coming out with a Cult beauty box anytime soon?

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  3. I cannot wait until they're available at my local counter. I'm looking forward to seeing all 18 shades.

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  4. The thin texture sounds gorgeous and quite unique, quite like the shade range as well, I can spot some trendy shades but also some beautiful reds!

    http://fannyanddailybeauty.com

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  5. I love the idea of these and will def be checking them out but sorry to disagree I think the packaging looks cheap...collection 2000 circa 1986 roll on lip gloss springs to mind. Thats probs just me though, if the formula works I can look past it!!

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    1. Trust me, they're heavy and 'clunk click' on the lid when you open and close!

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  6. is this a trick of photography, or are they really that small. coz they look kinda small for 27pounds.
    http://ahhhsoneo.com

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    1. They're bigger than a lot of lipsticks. Try opening up a new lippy ad see how short some of them are! :)

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