This Collection 2000 Cream Puff in Cotton Candy is the shade I have been searching for and it kind of fell into my every day routine during the summer and I forgot to blog about it.
I had been round the MAC counter, to Inglot, Illamasqua, Urban Decay, and just about everywhere else to find a ‘my lips but better’ shade. There was nothing quite right, until I saw BexBryson wearing a pretty but realistic lip colour when we toured Craigavon in July.
She was wearing Cream Puff in Cotton Candy which I ran out to get the next day.
It’s described as a lip cream – thicker than a gloss, but not as solid as a lipstick. The Cream Puff applies with a soft doe foot applicator and it sets to a matte finish on your lips.
Cream Puffs come in four different shades - including a really nude one called Powder Puff - they’re all ‘sensible’, work friendly colours and at £2.99 it won’t break the bank.
On the downside because they are matte Cream Puffs aren’t great for dry lips, but if you use a decent moisturising lip treatment you should be quids in with these.