Lipstick that loves you back – Your Natural Beauty Must-have

Richard Nicoll Backstage at London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2013 Collections
Richard Nicoll knows the importance of a striking lip (London Fashion Week 2013).

Natural beauty is on the rise, and this lipstick from Burt’s Bees is leading the charge.

Every Australian woman eats over 3 kilograms of lipstick in a lifetime, hard to believe, and not a great thought. But Burt’s Bees lipstick are 100% natural. Made from Moringa Oil, Raspberry Seed Oil, Beeswax and the skin-loving ingredient Vitamin E, no matter how much of the these lippy’s go down with your food or coffee, you’re not ingesting nasty chemicals.

Hitting counters this month, Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Lipsticks are available in 14 shades from naturals and pinks to reds and deep plums, and are great for everyday wear.

Containing natural, moisturising ingredients, these lipsticks, (unlike some high-end brands), are not going to dry out your lips. We road tested them, and they do not stain and definitely don’t crack or flake off. Each of the colours provide strong coverage, a deep colour and dewy glow, which supplements just enough shine.

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Being 100% natural, Burt’s Bees lipstick don’t provide quite the staying power of other lipsticks, but knowing that what you are putting on you skin and ingesting throughout the day is 100% natural is all the worth the re-apply after eating or drinking.

With a smooth satin finish, these lipsticks are available in the perfect shade for every individual including nudes and neutrals, deep seductive reds and fun, flirty pinks.

Hot Tip: Don’t leave these lipsticks in the car or in your bag in the sun. All natural lipsticks are likely to become a puddle in high temperatures.

Burt’s Bee’s lipstick range will be available exclusively at David Jones throughout March 2016, and from April 2016 onwards at Myer, Priceline and selected pharmacies also. RRP $19.95.

Lucy Bortolazzo

Lucy is a journalism graduate who feels most at home when wandering the streets of foreign cities. She has a passion for design, travel and everything food, and uses the excuse “I’m curious” to explain just about everything.

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