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Red lip season!

Red lip season!

I recently went through all the beauty blogs to find out the colours for this winter in make-up and fashion. Top blogs said red is the colour this season! Yay! I usually don't wear red lips but now, I have decided to break away from my usual and go for the red. So today on the blog, I'm sharing three shades of red lips from three different brands that I own, and talking about how I feel about each one. 

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Stageline Cosmetics 

A lifesaver for all of us in Pakistan, who can't get their hands on Huda Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics. Lol. The Stageline X-FIX lips has a smooth matte finish, long-lasting and is eassilllyy available all over the country in stores AND online - which is a huge plus since it’s a professional (not drug-store) brand from Spain. It's a little creamy, but not drying. It's smooth, and smells really good. The red in X-fix lips is called ‘06’ and is bright! 
 

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TT cosmetics

TT cosmetics - ALL BEAUTIFUL SHADES! Except sorry, right now we're just talking about the red. The red I own from TT cosmetics, is a deep sweet maroon, red. It's called 'Ruby.’ It has a matte finish, comes on smoothly but sometimes after a while it makes my lips feel dry and cracked. However, the look is GORGEOUS, stays FOREVER, and looks classy! It’s also amazing to see a Pakistani brand, finally producing great products like this. I was SO excited to find out about them. You can order them online at IG: @ttcosmeticspk

Huda Beauty

The red-ish colour I have from Huda Beauty isn't completely bright red. It's on the duller side, and its called 'cheerleader'. Its beautiful, duh. Amazing quality, perfectly matte finish, soft, a little more creamy for my liking (compared to Kylie) but its not drying, cracking, or smudging. Stays all day and feels good as well.  

 

Stageline Matte Lip Colours!

Stageline Matte Lip Colours!

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