Spring Trends | Bright Pink Lips from Burt’s Bees

Thank you Burt’s Bees for making this discussion possible.

This week’s hotel has been right on the beach.  We have had some GORGEOUS weather for the last couple of days and that has gotten me thinking about spring trends.  Bright pink lips are SO IN when the weather warms up and I, for one, am all for it.  Today I want to show you 4 options from Burt’s Bees that are perfect for popping in your bag so you are able to keep on trend all day long!

Spring Trends | Bright Pink Lips from Burt's Bees

Whether you like balms or glosses, shimmer or matte, Burt’s Bees has you covered.  The 4 products I am featuring are completely different from one another except for the fact that they are 100% natural and rich in moisture.  I love that Burt’s Bees gives a wide variety of products that all stand true to those values and allow us to delight up your lips!

So within the pin color family I found different shades and finishes that will look amazing on everyone.  The Lip Crayon in Niagara Overlook is a gorgeous neutral pink that is super appropriate for an office setting or just a casual t-shirt and jeans day.  The Tinted Lip Balm in Pink Blossom I think is a super appropriate way to introduce lip color to a teen.  I actually wear tinted lip balms more often than any other option because I like a natural, barely-there color lip.  And Burt’s Bees balms make my lips feel so smooth.  The Lip Gloss in Spring Splendor is a PERFECT way to update your office look by dabbing it right in the center of your lips.  Lip Crayon in Niagara Overlook + Lip Gloss in Spring Splendor = Full, Pretty Pout.  Last but certainly not least is the gorgeous Lip Shimmer in the shade Rhubarb.  It is bold and bright and screams fun.  I personally rock it as often as possible.

Spring Trends | Bright Pink Lips from Burt's Bees

Swatches L to R: Lip Gloss in Spring Splendor, Lip Crayon in Niagara Overlook, Lip Shimmer in Rhubarb, Tinted Lip Balm in Pink Blossom.

Spring Trends | Bright Pink Lips from Burt's Bees

So delight up your lips this Spring season by creating pretty pink pouts using Burt’s Bees.  Check out Burt’s Bees Lip Tips for inspiration and new ideas, the Lip Color page to find out what all Burt’s Bees has available, and  the Lip Shade Finder to answer 4 questions and find out what Burt’s Bees has that is best suited for you!

Tell me in the comments below:  What was  your favorite way to wear pink?  Muted or bold?  Do you already Delight Up Your Lips with Burt’s Bees?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Burt’s Bees. The opinions and text are all mine.

My Newest Addiction at times reviews products provided by PR companies. This is disclosed at the top of those posts. We also use affiliate links. For more, please see the disclosure page.

Top 10 Peach and Coral Lippies

makeup wars peach and coral lippiesToday the ladies from Makeup Wars are discussing peach and coral lippies.  I included my Top 10 picks of lip glosses and lipsticks.  This one was hard because this particular shade of lipstick/lip gloss is actually my favorite.  So many of my favorites were actually limited edition, so I am going to stay out of that and tell you only about products that are available right now!  This is a good one!

top 10 peach coral lipstick


{one} Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics – Lip Tar in Electric Grandma.  I reviewed it here.

{two} Shiseido – Lacquer Gloss in Baby Doll.  Fabulous peachy pink.  I reviewed it here.

{three} Laura Mercier – Creme Smooth Lip Colour in Palm Beach.  It is a bright coral pink.  Here is a link that will take you to a review and a makeup look I cared!

{four} Tarte Cosmetics – Lipsurgence Lip Gloss in Blissful.  A gorgeous salmon color!  I reviewed it here.

{five} Too Faced – Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick in Melted Coral.

{six} Bobbi Brown – Creamy Lip Color in Tiger Lily.  Shimmering light coral.

{seven} Too Faced – La Creme in Juicy Melons.  it is a pink coral.

{eight} Tarte Cosmetics – Amazonian Lipstick in Coral Blossom.  I reviewed it here.

{nine} YSL – Gloss Volupte in Corail Gandoura.

{ten} Dior – Dior Addict Lipstick in Jet Set.

I hope you loved what I this list of great pink and coral lipsticks and lip glosses.  It was extremely difficult to to minimize this list down to 10 products!  I do feel like these shades work for just about everyone!  I have always been a complete fan of these shades.  Now I urge you to check out the other Makeup Wars ladies’ peach and coral picks!

 Loading InLinkz ...


*Some affiliate links in use.

My Newest Addiction at times reviews products provided by PR companies. This is disclosed at the top of those posts. We also use affiliate links. For more, please see the disclosure page.

Manic(ure) Monday: Julep Maven November 2013, Boho Glam

Julep Maven is a monthly subscription from Julep.com.  You get an assortment of products from Julep for $19.99.  Every month they come out with a few different boxes, they give you the opportunity to chose which box you want or skip the month entirely.  I love that it is a recurring box and I have a set profile that usually fits me perfectly (so if I forget it will still come), but I also enjoy having the option to skip.  There are also referral/reward points.  Each box that your purchase gives you points.  Once you accumulate a certain amount of points you can redeem them for a free box and/or add-ons to your box.

This month the Boho Glam box had two nail polishes and a lipgloss.  

The lipgloss is called Charming.  It feels good on the lips.  It has a natural-pink color with a sheer, glossy finish.  

The two polishes I received are Aisha and Alexandra.  Aisha is a wildberry purple creme and Alexandra is a blonde creme.  I personally love creme finishes and I think that these two shades are perfect for fall.  The two together could create a very fun, yet sophisticated mani.  

Overall, Julep Maven is a great deal.  I have received a lot of good polishes and other products that I can’t live with out now.  The Cuticle Oil and Rock Star hand cream are staples in my collection now.  If you want to sign up you can get your first box for 1 cent using the code PENNY or a free box using code FREEBOX.  I honestly am not sure if either of these work but in the past one of them has always worked.  It is a really great deal to preview the service and then fall in love! 
Facebook ♥ YouTube  Instagram  Twitter  Pinterest 
*I purchased these products myself, I am however using an affiliate link.  I will get points if you make a purchase using my link.

My Newest Addiction at times reviews products provided by PR companies. This is disclosed at the top of those posts. We also use affiliate links. For more, please see the disclosure page.

L’Oreal Colour Caresse Gloss Stain

Lip products aren’t usually the items I hoard, but recently there have been so many absolutely great high end dupes FLOODING the drugstores.  I am not a fan of spending a ton of money on high end lip products so when there are dupes I will almost always spring for them.  L’Oreal Colour Caresse Gloss Stains are said to be dupes for the YSL Glossy Stains.  I have none of the YSLs but I am loving the L’Oreal glosses.  

The packaging is okay: gold in shade and very lightweight.  I do like that you can see the color through the clear section of the tube.  It makes it easy to find which one (if you own several–like a good makeup hoarder should) you are looking for easily.  The close up tight, which is always a relief.  I really dislike flimsy packaging that doesn’t close securely.  

The shape of the doe-foot applicator is almost exact to the YSL Glossy Stains–very thin when turned sidewys and wide and arrow shaped with turned face on.  It has a slight bend and I feel that it really hugs the lips perfectly.  
The texture of the gloss is very thin and lightweight.  The color is very build-able.  The high-gloss shine doesn’t go away when the product dries down, it stays looking very hydrated and fresh.  It lasts a super long time.  I was wearing them for a couple of hours and then went to dinner.  By the end of dinner my color had finally faded, but that is a lot of action it stood up to.  

Lilac Ever After is a lovely pinky nude.  I don’t really understand why the name of this is Lilac Ever After because I see only a very slight lilac tint but it is mostly a nude-pink.

This one is the most sheer of all the colors I chose.  It looks the most like a gloss of them all.  The color is pretty and it is a nice daytime option because while it adds a touch of color it isn’t overpowering.  

Infinite Fuchsia is a pretty, bold option.  I can’t decide if I want to call it fuchsia or berry.  Either way it is beautiful.  My favorite color of the three I purchased.  

Please excuse the blotchy swatches.  It looks much better on the lips than this picture shows.  I literally slapped it on and snapped a picture.  

Endless Red is very pretty.  I was excited to try this because I have been dying to own a glossy red that doesn’t transfer easily (my husband has been too)!

This red has an orange tint but the plummy tones in my lips make it look more neutral.  

The swatches below, in order are: Lilac Ever After, Infinite Fuchsia, and Endless Red.  

I snapped pictures of the display case.  I want to share the full display so you know what you may be looking for.  
There are lots of colors to choose from.  

I want to mention that these lip products have several different names.  I believe in Europe they are being called Shine Caresse and in the States they are being called Colour Caresse.  I have seen other names too but these seem to be the two most popular names.
I give the L’Oreal Colour Caresse Gloss Stains 5 out of 5 stars.  The formula and texture is magnificent and I wouldn’t be surprised if I decided to buy several more… like all of them.  
Have you tried these yet?  Are you looking for them currently?  Which colors interest you the most?  Let me know in the comments below!  

My Newest Addiction at times reviews products provided by PR companies. This is disclosed at the top of those posts. We also use affiliate links. For more, please see the disclosure page.