When it comes to beauty products, I’m like a general practitioner. But if I had to declare a specialty, it would definitely be lip products. So when I tell you that Sara Happ’s new Lip Slip is the balm, you know you’re hearing sage advice.
What is so amazing about Lip Slip is its pudding-like texture; it is unlike any other balm that I’ve ever tried. It’s hella hydrating and imparts the most luxurious looking shine you’ve ever seen.
Lip Slip slips on, melting onto your mouth and moisturizing with Sweet Almond, Jojoba and Macadamia nut oils. But what really gives it valedictorian status is the rich sheen it leaves on the lips. It’s so much sexier than full-on gloss because it looks so effortless, yet so polished.
There is no doubt in my makeup-obsessed mind that Sara Happ’s Lip Slip is destined to be a cult classic, just like her Lip Scrub.
You’re broke. You’re dying to pamper yourself – but every day, your purse strings get a tad bit tighter. You want to look like a million bucks, but that’s almost how much you owe the credit card companies. And let’s not even talk about your student loans…good grief!
Fret not. You’ve come to the right place. I’ve got a product that you’re going to love – not only because it’s totally worth the money, but because it hardly costs any money at all! I’m talking about Lip Sliders Tinted Lip Balm by N.Y.C.
Available in six shades, this emollient balm delivers a sheer pop of color with an intense gloss finish (somewhat wet-looking, which is totally hot IMO). The hydrating and conditioning formula contains rich botanical oils and vitamins, which soften and repair. Plus, the subtly sweet flavor and fragrance is a yummy treat.
The best part is you can pucker up with N.Y.C. for only $2.99. After trying it, I couldn’t believe it either. I would gladly pay twice as much for this balm, thought I appreciate that the folks at N.Y.C. are thinking about my financial well-being. Lip Sliders Tinted Lip Balm would be a great item for The Price Is Right. It’s such a wonderful product that no one would guess that it costs less than $3.
As a brown girl, I’m partial to the brighter shades – particularly Sugar Baby, a sheer red.