Beauty, Makeup

Clinique Almost Lipstick 

I love bold lipsticks, but I know that not everyone does. I’m sure there are lots of people out there who are maybe afraid of too much color on the lips. I’ve had some friends ask me for a good starter lipstick that has a sheer but noticeable amount of color, and I typically recommend that these friends try Clinique’s Almost Lipstick. This lipstick retails at Sephora and similar retailers for $17.50.

Once upon a time, Clinique sold tons of shades in their Almost Lipstick line, but a few years ago they discontinued all but two universally-flattering shades: Pink Honey and Black Honey (which is more of a berry tone). It is pretty impressive how true the “universally-flattering” claim is. Every person I’ve recommended it to has found that it suited their skin tone. I’m sure there are exceptions out there, but they seem to be few and far between.

One reason that I think this is a good starter lipstick (besides it taking the guesswork out of what shade will flatter you) is the buildable color. You can swipe once for a sheer wash of color, or you can add more layers for more color. With this lipstick, you’re in total control. It also is very nourishing and will not dry out your lips (although, as a result, it’s also not very long-lasting).

Overall, I really love this lipstick. I use it on minimal makeup days, and I’m always happy with the result. If you’re looking for a lipstick but you’re a bit scared of trying one, I would highly recommend this lipstick.

Have you had any experiences with this product? If so, please let me know how it worked for you in the comments section.

Thanks for reading!

-XO Tiffy

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