Guerlain Rouge G Lipstick Compact

For complete luxury in both packaging and quality the Guerlain Rouge G de Guerlain Jewel Lipstick Compact is a must have. In Rouge G, Guerlain has put together what I think is the most beautiful lip package ever created. I love it for the case alone, which also does a nice job of including a mirror. But the lipstick itself is also wonderful. It is creamy, smooth, and wears beautifully.

Buerlain Rouge G Lipstick

Here is what the company says about it:

Rouge G de Guerlain Jewel Lipstick Compact

What it is: A shimmering, ruby-powder lipstick tucked inside a chic, Parisian case.
What it does: Guerlain Rouge G de Guerlain Jewel Lipstick Compact contains a ruby-powder formula that interacts with the light and creates a jaw-dropping pout of perfection. At first glaze, lips will be left defined, smoothed, plumped, and hydrated.
What else you need to know: Tucked in a compact that marries beauty with high design, with one click, you will have a luminous lipstick and mirror at your fingertips. Designed by Lorenz Bäumer, the most talented jeweler from the Place Vendôme in Paris, it is the ultimate accessory of mystery and seduction.

I say, get it for the sake of having a beautiful luxury lipstick in your purse.

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Snog Lip Balm

Here is a cute little balm. Snog Balm is a small (think short) balm designed to fit well in a pocket. The name comes from the colloquial British expression for caressing, cuddling and/or kissing.

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This is a nice little balm. It is pretty much smack in the middle of the oily to waxy continuum and it does indeed fit nicely in a pocket.  I find the balms to be particularly cute because of their size. The PR person noted to me that it makes a great primer for lipstick, so I tried it that way too, and it worked just fine.

Snog Balm is available in four flavors: Natural, Mint, Cherry, and Strawberry. I tried the Strawberry and Mint. Both were tasty!

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Luscious Lips Manual Lip Plumper

OK, here is an interesting, if not a bit odd, product. Luscious Lips is a manual lip plumper.

Luscious Lips Lip Plumper Device

You actually use this device to manually plump your lips. Here is what the company says about it:

Luscious Lips is a lip pump that increases blood flow to the mouth. The device creates a vacuum seal around the mouth in order to bring fluid into the lips. A few pumps a day will leave your lips smoother, firmer, and up to 50% larger.

Key Features:

Increases Lip size quickly and easily
Alternative to collagen injection
Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
Safe and Affordable
Painless
Natural Looking Results

To use:
Simply tilt your head back and place the Luscious Lips device over your mouth. Hold the device firmly, and suck out all of the air to create the vacuum. Then, gently pull the outer cylinder slowly, and you will begin to feel your lips pull into the cylinder. Hold for a few seconds and then release and repeat until you reach the desired plump.

The company cautions that beginners must start with a 2 week conditioning process to allow their lips and mouth to gradually build up the tissues in the mouth.

I gave it a try and definitely recommend that slower start. It doesn’t feel like the device is doing much when in use, but you can feel it after! As for seeing plumping, from the get go I did see some that would last for a hour or more after each use. The cream that comes with the deluxe set is also kind of nice. It isn’t a balm. It is a regular cream that absorbs nicely and leave the lips quite soft.

Luscious Lips retails for $49.95. The Deluxe Kit is $59.95 and includes the moisturizing cream.

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