Burt’s Bees Lip Colour | Justine Jenkins lip trend looks

Hello,

 

Burt’s Bees are a proud sponsor of the British Beekeepers Association Adopt a Beehive Scheme. This is to raise awareness of the importance of the honey bee which I believe are at risk of becoming endangered in the United States.

Cruelty free makeup artist Justine Jenkins, has a career span of almost two decades. Most notably in her list of regular clients is the signature look of Ferne Cotton. That said clients also include the likes of Michael Buble, Alexa Chung and Laura Whitmore. Justine is also known for her passionate work with PETA and The Humane Society. It is no wonder why Burt’s Bees would create some looks with her expertise. The campaign looks are a classic red, summer pink and nude lipstick look.

 

The Lip Colours

Available in 18 wonderful shades these lipsticks have a natural formula to moisturise and colour lips. I tried out 4 of the shades and found them to be pigmented and comfortable to wear. The Satin finish allows lips not to feel dehydrated whilst keeping lips looking plump. Each of these shades could easily suit a wide range of skin tones.

 

 

Summary

The lipsticks are very nice to wear and have great colour pay off. It’s great that Burt’s Bees teamed up with an established Makeup Artist to show us how to use them to their best ability. 18 shades is a massive selection so I’m sure that there will be something to everyone’s taste. One thing I did not discuss earlier is the adorable packaging. It’s great that it is in theme with bees and the Burt’s Bees brand. If you are a lover of natural makeup then you will want to check them out!

Will you be giving the range a try?

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Comments

  1. mcswellnesstree
    August 14, 2018 / 11:06 pm

    Will have to give them a look I didn’t even realise that they had a lipstick range. And what a fab cause as well!

    • Nadiene
      August 15, 2018 / 12:00 pm

      My thoughts exactly and I did not realise either until now x

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