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Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb!

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop!

It is very rare for me to come across a product that I dislike; the only product that I have come across so far is the E.l.f Baked Eye-shadow Palette in Texas. It's not that the product is necessarily a really bad product, but just because it doesn't work as well for me. What I hate another person might actually really love. That being said I love to give anything a chance and this product is no exception. 

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop!

I picked up this Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in the colour Coral Pop a few months back. Too Faced has so far came out with some amazing products that I really love - like the Chocolate Bar Palette and the Exotic Colour Intense Eye-shadows -which made me really eager to try a lip product. 

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop! swatch

As with all Too Faced products the packaging is super cute and girly. The tube reflects the colour of the actual product with a gold cap and bottom. The format is essentially a bullet shaped chubby stick, that you have to wind up the bottom to access more product. 

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop! on lips

The Lip Injections are described on the website as giving up to 20% more volume to the lips. With such a large percentage increase, I knew that ultimately the formula would be stronger than any of the other lip plumpers that I had previously tried - such as Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker. I actually enjoy the tingling sensation that my lips experience with lip plumpers, so I though I knew what I was getting into.

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop!

This BURNT! My lips experienced a tingling sensation similar to what I expected, which quickly turned into a burning itchy feeling. It felt like lots of tiny little burning hot pinpricks on my lips (I am wearing this as I type to accurately describe the feeling). It was quite uncomfortable for roughly five to seven minutes.

Too Faced Lip Injection Color Bomb! in Coral Pop!

The colour is highly pigmented, as expected from any Too Faced product, and I thinks goes so well with my colouring. It's finish sat somewhere between a satin and a matte; the longevity was similar to a matte - lasting a good few hours- but there was a moisturising element to the product too. There is a slight smell to the product, it's really nostalgic to my childhood. I can't really describe it other than sweet and sugary - possibly strawberries?

Other than the short burning sensation, I really like the product. It says to discontinue use if you experience discomfort, but I think I will still use it sparingly. If it looks like a product that you would enjoy using then you can buy it from any Too Faced beauty counter at Debenhams for £19.00.

Louise x x


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