Oh hi there gorgeous Lord & Berry Twisticks how gorgeous are you! I know I know your all thinking that too right? Lord & Berry is a brand I have not tried before but have heard a lot about in the beauty blogging world so when I was asked if I wanted to try the new Twistick collection I obviously said yes. Now I am a huge fan of lip crayons and I have started to build quite the collection lately but these beauties have just moved to the front of the Que when it comes to picking a lip colour first thing in the morning.
Twisticks are the latest SS14 lipstick collection added to the Lord & Berry line, they are available in 6 beautiful shades and all of which are super wearable. The shades range from reds, oranges and pinks and can we just say hello to the gorgeous Arizona, that beautiful coral red and my favourite of them all. One thing I have to say about these crayons is how satisfying they are to apply, this may sound odd but literally as soon as they touch the lips you get instant colour and no need to build up it, it is buttery soft and for once does not cling to any dry patches I may have one my lips which does happen a lot with other crayon products.
Left side top to bottom: Must Have, On Stage, & Rockin Rose
Right Side top to bottom: Shut Up, Arizona & Pink Mania
The formula of these crayons are fab, very moisturising on the lips almost balm like adding a full colour that is build able yet wearable for daytime and the glossy finish really makes it an easy crayon to wear. I am all about soft juicy lips and with a fun colour like these on top just makes it even more juicyliscious! Yes girl I said it, Juicyliscious!
Overall I am absolutely loving the Twistick collection by Lord & Berry, if you love the look of these you can pick them up from Look Fantastic
for £13 each.
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